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Uploaded on Apr 17, 2010

Before anyone gets started with the comments please read ALL of this -

This is not how I normally get a horse started by no means, but I had a very short time line to work with and the owner wanted to see her broke in ASAP to be sold or off to the glue factory as told to me directly for beating up his cows. Regardless of your intuition of what is smart and whats not, I did what I needed to do to avoid this outcome seeing how no one even wanted to be given the filly in her current mindset. Intentionally she was left bound to a lunge line, as there was no sort of pens around, and a huge field was all I had to work with.




The idea was that the fella holding her would be able to keep up with the rope. Granted, that isn't what happened and was not an ideal situation.
All in all, she was a fun ride and no one was injured with exception of the cowgirl. With that being said it wasn't her fault due to an unknowing person approaching her on the mare with a stick thinking it would help her to have a makeshift crop for forward movement when she balked. Needless to say, sneaking up like that caught both the rider and horse off guard and ended in the way you see in the video. The rider may be a girl, but she is the toughest one that I know of, and she even got back on and finished on a good note after taking a stopping behind the ear. Now thats tuff!

And lastly, for those of you who insist on thinking so negatively about this deal thinking I don't know what I'm doing, I invite you to go to my main horse channel " tuffenough4u " and look at my typical method videos to end that assumption.

UPDATE - This horse was working quietly by the first week and was NOT physically or psychologically damaged as some of you people seem to think. She is now in NC living a good life with the new owners.

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