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Date:7/10/2014 10:46:45 PM
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Hey! It's been a long week, and I haven't gotten much riding time in with Butterscotch, but I will definately try that technique next time I can... Dreamer's trainer told me to turn 'em in circles when they were being nuaghty, so that's all I knew! Gosh, you're so smart! Thanks for the help! We finally put Dreamer and Butterscotch in the pen together, and they're doing good. Butterscotch, though about 3 hands shorter than Dreamer, has TOTALLY been the dominant one. Any time Dreamer gets to close, Butterscotch brays like a donkey and kicks out... it's hilarious! I really don't like being in the pen when they're in there together, cuz I know that could turn into a dangerous situation, so we've been leaving their halters on so we can get in there and out. It's working out great, and Butterscotch has Dreamer all whipped into shape... I haven't seen Dreamer behaving this well since her trainer visited from Wisconsin! I'm so excited! Well, here's a vote for Taz... again, thanks so much for the advice!
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