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[RC] [Guest] making horses braver - Ridecamp Guest

Peggy Rowe kiskka@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Amanda, I think you offered some sound advice on this
subject! I have a Saddlebred (Deanna that would be a *gaited* horse breed)
and an Arabian, with the Saddlebred being MUCH more horse.
The same training *principles* work on both though
the training *technique* sometimes requires adjustment!

Peggy Rowe

Deanna Writes:
<<On that count you are mistaken. I'm not even sure I know what breed of
horses you ride, but I'm thinking they're TWH's? Nothing personal, but I
don't think a gaited horse person who is currently a pleasure rider can tell
me how to deal with a fit young Arab or Arab cross. I'll take the advice of
folks who have been where I am, thank you very much.>>





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