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"I have a horse who is lazy, dangerous and explosive"


Dear Keith...

Friday, July 13, 2007

I have a horse who is lazy, dangerous and explosive, these are terms people have used. He was not like this when we first got him. He was injured by another horse and had to have surgery, however he is 100% sound now, but he charges me in the round pen and bucks unless you lunge him till he's tired. He does this with or with out the saddle. He only does this to me. Sometimes his is just fine and then all of a sudden while riding him he just explodes. Everyone says I should sell him. I don't want him to go to waste as a pasture pet. He is very athletic and has so much personality. Any advise would be great. Thank you, B

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