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[RC] Re new horse (head-shy) - A. Perez

 You should have not trouble getting past head-shyness, or at
least managing it, if you are willing to take the time needed.
There are any number of methods - clicker training,
desensitization, etc that can work: the trick si finding out
what works for the both of you, and being willing to try
something new if the chosen approach isn't working.

 Check out Alexandra Kurland's clicker training website:
theclickercenter.com.  Feel free to email me directly if you'd
like my 2 cents worth. walkergirl<at> ureach <dot> com

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