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Comment by Diane D. Buchanan on July 12, 2014 at 3:19pm


We bought 4 yr. old TWH gelding  Perfect horse out front but when gaiting behind another horse tends to get tight, not steering straight, and of course, not gaiting well.  He will walk behind ok just when gaits.  Can you fix this problem as is great horse every other way?  Please give me a call 931 625-0651  Thanks, Diane 

Comment by Jerry Brandon Savage on July 8, 2014 at 8:51am
Well I train horses I can fix her basically don't give her what she wants never let your horse make the susan on what to do she wants to go left you make her go right if she wants ride in front make her ride in bake if she fight tell your friends to go on leaving you be hide if you have to let them get far out sight before you get on her if she bucks gets wild then next time right before you stop to take a break tie her to a tree let your friends go on up trail out of sight and you set down have lunch where you keep eye on her or walk over where your friends are but basically keep her from the other horse as much as you can maybe you should put her in a lot by her self to that will help a lot it's like winning a baby from his mama
Comment by Randy Foster on July 7, 2014 at 10:16pm
Im new to this web site. I have a walking horse that is buddy sour dont know how to fix.she acts stuped.any body have in put on how to fix.she is very hyper and likes to be up front all time. We ride 20-30 miles a time she dont know stop means.

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