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Date Posted: 13:55:01 07/18/06 Tue
Author: Kelsey
Subject: Lazy..
In reply to: darlene 's message, "forward" on 11:17:00 07/18/06 Tue

I know a gelding with similar traits..he's amazing in dressage but he'll wear you to the bone trying to convince him to go forward. And it's not because he doesn't know how to...when he's minding his manners he is phenomenal...he's just lazy and knows that he can get away with it.

Have you tried tying a plastic bag to your dressage whip? Depending on the horse, just the constant presence of the bag may be enough to get him going.

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  • my advice -- kyla, 18:07:11 07/18/06 Tue

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