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Your Horse's Aggression Cycle
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Your Horse's Aggression Cycle

Any problem can be resolved once you evaluate the cycle of it all. Attack a horse's aggression cycle before your horse continues this behavior. There are only a few steps in this cycle to consider. You may have heard of them. Finding out the cause, diagnosing the effects, and finding a solution. I made it seem easy but that’s not fair, it isn’t. There are a variety of combinations that won’t work and will work. Each horse is different, the key is to getting to know your black beauty and building a relationship that is unique in terms of having your own way to attack their cycle.

Some Factors to consider:

• Your horse's environment ( is your horse happy or moody)

• Stable company ( is your horse friendly, or a lone-horse)

• Lack of training ( evaluate your training)

• Past abuse ( scars run deep, discover your horse and help)

Some Symptoms to watch out for: 

• Opening the mouth or showing teeth as if to bite

• Kicking ( can be very harmful)

• Charging ( can also be very harmful if not more so)

• Crowding your space when leading 

• Aggressive, vicious noises ( a warning sign) 

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  1. Rene Wright
    Rene Wright
    Voted. Good starting advice!
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  2. Rene Wright
    Rene Wright
    Voted. Good starting advice!
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