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I bought a young horse a year ago had a
well known trainer
breaker him in, had him for 12
weeks breaking him in. The
trainer only rode him in the round yard, which I thought was a bad
sign at end of breaking. I could not ride him, I could feel he was
going to explode when I got on him. I do believe the trainer did
not do enough ground work. I sold him to another trainer for 1500
told them he was not broken properly. I paid double for horse, paid
more again for 12 weeks of breaking. I told the new buyer trainer to
do ground work 3 weeks before riding him as the horse was untouched
until 4 yrs old. They rode horse at end of the week, he ran thru a
fence and bucked them off. The horse found a new owner, who spent
time on ground and he is now doing well in endurance.
I have broken in 3 skidish horses before, but was not allowed to
break in a horse where I was a agisted a year ago. Now I have bought
an Anglo, have better agistment place
Thank you. For sending me the extra video, I really do appreciate
Thank you kindly
I have always heard about the Trainers
who have Horses for 12 Weeks and more. I have never had the luxury.
Whilst 'Ground Work' is important, contrary to
what the Marketers of the last 20 Years have lead You all to believe,
the "Float the Rope' groundwork has no bearing on the finished Horse,
other than the fact that of course, 100% Horses should be trained
Natural Horsemanship but that can all be done later. It has no bearing
on whether a Horse Bucks.
Here is my last one, 3rd ride
and 7 Days Starting process (Jan 2017)
What make the difference is PROPER GROUNDWORK (
Whip Training, Leg
Restraints Training, Tying Up
AIR BRAKES. That's
So well done and welcome to my Mouthing systems
and safety for Your Body going forward.
well known trainer had him for 12 weeks
breaking him in.
12 Weeks equals either incompetence, ripping off Customers or the
Trainer has run into a genuinely suspect Horse. If the latter, the
Trainer should have immediately consulted the Owner, stopped working the
Horse and warned them to get another Horse. You don't meet many but they
are out there and responsible Trainers need to advise Owners in a
'straight up' manner. Not 'Political Correctness Bull Shizer of 2016
If you meet a suspect Horse, YOU KNOW ON DAY
ONE or you are not a Trainer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
best of Luck Samantha and we hope You have the
success of other Ladies.
During my Life Time of Thousands of Horses,
I have averaged 15 Days and never had one more than a Month. As I
said before, if You need a horse for longer, IT DOESN'T SUIT THE
In fairness and taking Horse Starting in
across the Planet, I would say that 4 Weeks is fair to the Owner and
6 Weeks is fair to both Owner and Trainer. ANY LONGER than 6 Weeks
and there is a problem!!!
Over 95% of Horses Owners are NOT skilled
or experienced in riding 'Green Horses'. They therefore DO NOT need
'suspect Horses', and
this issue is actually a 2017 "Risk
Trainers have a Legal responsibility to
Owners, via the Consumer Laws now. I recently had a Client who
created a precedent in the Victorian Courts where a Trainer had to
refund the Owner for a substandard job and there is another one
coming from the Owner below.
I bred an Irish Sport Horse who is now 3.June last year i sent him
to a professional breaker where he spent 8 week being broken in, as
he wasn’t quite mature enough to cope with any more work and winter
was approaching the breaker and i decided to spell him and reassess
in spring. Unfortunately this breaker had a bad accident breaking
his pelvis and was not available to ride again for 12 months.
I contacted -------------------- He is an exceptionally
experienced rider and i chose him to send this horse too to bring
back into work.The horse spent 4 weeks with Rob, all feed back was
positive at $60 per day - I paid the December bill of 2,244.00 -
Wasn’t told the price was + GST either?? Should of been $1860 as he
arrived on the 1st Dec) On the 5th week i went to visit my horse,
where i discussed the prospect of selling him as my work build up
was too much.
--- took him to the round yard where the horse bucked him off. He
told me this was a first and strange.He didn't ride him, which i
didn't question as he had fallen off and i gathered he was sore
ect.A week later i received a text message stating he would not
being working my horse any more, knowing well i was away on a work
trip - AND would NOT put his name to educating him, thus i believe
he was not working him. Went and picked the horse up and have not
heard from ---
He won’t return my calls. I do not know the reason he won’t
work my horse, the problems he’s had and am now left with a horse
that i do not know whats wrong with I now have another bill for $836
with $22 a day agistment fees which i also was not informed about.
I’m really reluctant to pay this further bill as he has not done
what we agreed on. Could you please advise if you have any advise?
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT
Able to be Saddles up and ridden
Have a good Mouth and above all, a GOOD
Traffic trained and ridden on Roads
Bush Trained and Beaches if possible
Tying up Solid
Stock Whip Trained
Leg Restraints Trained
Riding Circles, properly flexed and
round on the arena. Stopping to Seat.
Top Lateral Mouth
Maximum 6 Weeks and as I said, average 15
Days in our case.
Here are some pics of Day 7 with some of
horseproblems at horseproblems.com.au