Milton’s Delayed Future as a Riding Horse

Riding Milton is on hold while he is learning to drive.

Getting used to pulling appears to be the big step in teaching a driving horse. Once we have that, we will get back to the riding question.

One can never know the counterfactuals. Doing both at the same time would probably be okay. Probably. This way, if he declines to drive, it won’t be because he was confused by conflicting demands.

We’re talking several weeks, or a few months at most. We’ve waited this long.

Sigh.

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Driving, Horse Behavior, Horses, Riding

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