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Unformatted text preview: Kelley Benham The bay paint colt is doing really well in training. When we started with him we couldn’t catch him. We had to run him into stalls at first. He was also very kicky with his legs and wouldn’t stand quietly. We started slow with him. We began by just loving on him and feeding him. He slowly let us catch him without feed. Once they moved him into the large pasture he was actually easier to catch. Eventually he got to where once we were done working with him he could follow us and the other people around. He started wanting attention and just became obnoxious. He will walk right up to me the minuet he sees me. Some times he is reluctant to lead, but with some encouragement he will. He still won’t trot without someone else assisting, but we are working on that. We have been able to pick up his feet, but not pick them yet. He is still very pushy but is getting better. He is extremely friendly. His main problem is he gets tired of training after a while and wants to do his own friendly....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ADS 4333 taught by Professor Nicodemus during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.
- Spring '08