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Date:7/10/2014 2:43:29 AM
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Hi! That's great the Mischief is back! I'm sure you missed her. I hear that she has an attitude now haha! Yup I knew a mare like that. She was real sassy and could be a real pain to deal with. Just remember to show her who's boss (I'm sure you've heard that already). Thats what Boy was doing today I lunged him and he broke away twice galloping and bucking just because he was testing me. So I just got him back on the lunge and just walked at walking and stopping as beginner as that sounds! It was good for him, he really listened to me and even though we could absolutely no exercise done haha, by the end he respected me more which was great! So my advice is don't give up on her and be the boss. Don't worry you're not the only one dealing with a sassy horse! I think all of our horses have had those days!

Hugs, Ally and Boy
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