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1 comment:

  1. "when being saddled up." - is she telling you she has back pain? It could have started with a tender muscle and then the horse learnt she could move you away with aggressive actions. Test with a light stick; extending your arm this way will keep you safe and being at a distance will allow you to see her reactions easier. Being safer will also increase your confidence which will send your horse a positive message.

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