at Mon Oct 16 23:07:32 2006 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Sky3399 ]
Byron came into our barn ( I board 2 other QH horses there) on June 28, 2006 a few hours after he was born as a little orphan.
I couldn't help but fall in love with this little helpless hungry guy and started raising him by hand.
Needless to say I bought him pretty much on the spot.Big risk, but I couldn't help it.
He is not afraid of anything incl. loud noises, tarps ect. Lets me pick up his feet and likes to be brushed.
Now here is my question:
I do understand that foals kick and do jumping jacks around their moms.
Well, I am his mom but can't take any kicking very well. He just started this a few days ago.
How can I get him to stop from doing that?
I need to say that on the leadline he will follow commants like trot, walk and stay. He will also play soccer if a ball is placed in front of him.
He is a pretty smart cookie.
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- Handraised colt ---- question - Sky3399, Mon Oct 16 23:07:32 2006