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Date Posted: 07:08:18 06/13/11 Mon
Author: Ileana
Subject: Your baby is Okay
In reply to: Allison 's message, "He's also an Anton baby" on 07:38:38 06/09/11 Thu

Allison, donít worry. If you are confident that your trainer is moving him along appropriately in his training then this will pass. It sounds like your young horse is just testing you and plus he is tired of working. Just a thought - ride in the second direction first and see if he quits when you switch to the 1st direction. That might tell the story. Are the trainers witnessing his quitting in the 2nd direction for you? What are the trainers telling you?

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