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Date:7/31/2014 5:23:38 PM
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Thank you. Well my horse Annie has the same problem with the canter, but lets see shes fat and lazy, but shes willing to do a trot. If I canter her she'll just run and buck. Most of the time I make her keep going untill she starts to calm down. But she still gives bucks. What you could do for a start is try to pull her head to touch her belly when she starts to buck at the canter. And then Im pretty sure there is some sort of tack out there that is supposed to help with that, but I can't think of what its called or if they actually work. But you could try checking tack shops around you for that kind of stuff. It sound to me like you both really want to do it so don't give up! Well TTYL! Left Honey a vote!!
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