Boomerang

Last Sunday, saddle goes on Milton preparatory to lunging. Milton leaves barn at Mach I, bucking like a rodeo bronc. Milton gets out to the ring. Stops. Looks around. Heads back to the barn, still bucking like a rodeo bronc. Enters barn at Mach 1. Spectators in barn unclear on how Milton plans to stop. Milton hits the brakes. Stands in front of us, puffing like a locomotive.

He’s athletic. He’s girthy.

Sigh.

Categories: Groundwork, Horse Behavior, Horses

3 replies »

  1. Would you rather have him lethargic? You claim to be black/white, on/off. Like dogs and cats, do horses reflect the owner?

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