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Posted 1/6/2016 4:37:23 PM
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I have a 7 year old mare. She was given to me at 6 and was a pasture ornament her whole life so we had a lot of issues, but now I'm trying to break her and she just doesn't want to join up with me no matter how much I move her feet and make her work. She works great for me and when I turn her into me after chasing running her she just stands there waiting for me to say what to do next or tries to go by the other horses. She has like no personality which is kind of disappointing I am just trying to find how to get her to join up with me so I can bond with her so we can grow as a team.

~Kristy~

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