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Find it on the No Worries Club Website: Horse Has Too Much Spunk

Aspen is a really nice mare with perfect ground manners. However, my problem is when I ride her. She is an extremely sensitive “crackhead” horse who is sweet, not spooky, and she tries any discipline I throw at her (with too much spunk). I can flex and do One Rein Stops until the sun goes down, but she is still extremely crackhead-ish. When I squeeze, she jumps out of her skin and goes forward like a spring. What suggestions do you have, or how long does it normally take to fix a horse’s incessant need for speed? I want her spunk, without the disrespect! Oh, she also anticipates badly! – Asmo13

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