Continuing Education With Linda Parelli | Florida Parelli Center — 2 Comments

  1. I have a 2 year old filly, I do not plan on getting on her for another 2 years, doing ground work, having her go with saddle and bridle on her and she is good with this – my problem is she does not want me to lead her. She backs up when I ask her to come with me, I even walk next to her shoulder, nothing seems to work. She is shy around others and someone must have twitched her right ear since she does not want it touched or even touched close to it. She is a rescue horse, they got her when she was about 2 – 3 months old. She lets me touch her every where (except close to right ear – but getting better with me on that) How do I get her to want to be with me and let me lead her? I have sat in field reading or singing for hours, she will drift by, but never stops. What am I doing wrong …

  2. oh, she is an Arabian – I have never trained one before, but I have trained BLM Mustangs and other breeds.

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