NOTE: On Desensitizing
You can over-desensitize a horse if you don’t do it
right, causing problems later on, such as control and safety
Quarter Horse Gelding - Sunriver, Oregon
Blaze is returning to us for training under saddle - we halter broke him last year - see his page HERE!
Whip doesn't mean GO...unless you're asked to GO
Blaze humped up and squalled the 1st few times I tightened the rope around his girth...then he relaxed.
Adding sensation to girthing...
1st ride outside...
Finally relaxed by the mud hole..since it was his 1st ride outside, we didn't ask for more than he could give.
A ride by the sprinkler...
Doesn't want to go down the little dip in the
Gettin a birdseye view...not eating grass
checking out the sunlight shining on the
Chrissy brings Spanky over for a workout...and Blaze thinks this is interesting
Giving Spanky's driver a nudge - in case he needs help
pulling the cart!
waiting for his turn to load for an outing.....and
WOW - where are we?
Getting his attention, mounting up, and we're off!
Back at the waterin' hole....
Are you sure?
Blaze appreciates the encouragement....
and seals it with a wet kiss!
Oh cool - what's over there?
Blaze goes to a horse show to check things out....
The judge liked Blaze - wished he were competing this
Blaze stuck his head all the way down in this trash
And mom says "Don't drink and ride!" (What does she
Thanks Blaze for being so much fun!
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