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Steven Foulger

Sep 02 at 02:47 PM

Rainy wet summer in New Brunswick Canada. Gonna probably be a hay shortage because farmers can't get on some of their fields.

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Aug 27 at 09:54 AM

Richard BoatwrightYup. worked this time. Thanks. At some point could you explain the phycology of laying a horse down? 

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Aug 25 at 03:23 PM

Richard BoatwrightI used to ground drive years ago, but haven't done it in years.

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Aug 25 at 03:22 PM

Richard Boatwright He's actually quite soft in the face. The last couple of sessions he hasn't seemed to be doing it as much so I'm wondering if it's kind a taking care of itself. Although, I'm wondering if it's just not gonna be one of those things that once they learn the habbit it's always gonna be something to keep an eye on. I'll still try to get you a video at some point. It's a client horse and he's going home in a couple of weeks. Can't get the other video to play for some reason. Probably something on my end.

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Aug 23 at 05:12 PM

Richard BoatwrightI'll try as soon as I can find someone to take a video.

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Aug 22 at 08:51 AM

Richard BoatwrightI'll have a look when I have a few minutes. Thanks. Also looking for advise about a horse that has learned to get his tongue over the bit. I'm working him in a snaffle.  I tie it up to his forelock, but he still mouths the bit bad when I ask for a back up. Not sure if the bit is bothering him, or he finds it's a good opportunity to try considering the position of the bit when I ask for a back up, 

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Aug 20 at 11:37 PM

No I didn't. I wasn't sure if you had one.

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Jul 03 at 06:04 PM

I've watched your video where you lay down Elvis. Are there any other videos in your library about laying a horse down?