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justmeJulie
 #226 
Woo hoo!  You go girl!   Sounds like you handled the situation very well.  Good for you for staying with him and getting him through it. 
Jenni O.
 #227 
I'm pretty sure the neighbors are pulling up chairs and a beverage when they see you with a horse. At least you didn't disappoint! What a stinker. Isn't he Travis' horse? He should be riding him! So when you dismounted to do groundwork...were you also practicing your sign language on Lobo? Hehe! I wish I could've watched. I wish I was your neighbor.
Donna R
 #228 
I would love to be your neighbor too Jurita!  You provide a lot of free entertainment.  Way to go with making him behave!  Scary thought but sounds like you handled it very well. 
Faith
 #229 
Years ago, I had a horse that would have tantrums on the trail too. Many a field that horse ended up backing down instead of going forward. Good job Jurita!
Scott: MHWF
 #230 
In my experience, horses are always much more ill-behaved at home. All they want to do is get back to their pasture by their buddies, so they act up. On the trail, all they have is the other horses that are along on the ride and you, so they go with the flow.
doreen
 #231 
I have also found the first solo ride after being off for awhile, they can be jerks heading for home.   After the first time out and back though, mine seem to remember that it is all old hat.
Donna R
 #232 
So true Scott.  It is something we didn't think about when we moved to our current home with a 3 1/2 mile trail behind our property.  Every one of our horses pick up their pace and sometimes start calling out about mid way because they know they are on the "home stretch".  It is not as bad in a group but makes riding alone not so pleasant or safe.  When we ride elsewhere it is a totally different scenario.
Mj
 #233 
Good for you for getting the snotty out of him. Just an FYI, my TWH, Fancy is becoming fluent in "French" by osmosis since I use it often on our rides.
Christine
 #234 
That sure sounds like a heck of a show!  Nice!!
Jurita
 #235 
Not too much to report but Lobo was scheduled for a chiropractic appointment this Saturday. Unfortunately the vet that does this was on call and had three emergencies including two emergency canine surgeries. So, Lobo might get his adjustment later this week. Hoping to keep him healthy so that I can at least do some trail riding with him here and there. I did take him for an easy trail ride last week and he seemed to do okay with that.
Christine
 #236 
Glad he is doing well [smile]
Jurita
 #237 
Has it really been that long since I updated on Lobo?

He's been on a few trail rides this summer including a fun trail
ride today with adopters/adoptees Jenni & Pea and Lisa & Pauli.

Although he has his "moments" at times he's doing well out on the trails.

He was jealous Eli got a new saddle so I bought him some new things too. Bought him a nice 5 Star pad and a mo hair cinch and he seems pretty happy with them [smile] hopefully they are comfy for him.
Cnb
 #238 
You take such good care of your equines! It's so good to see.
Lisa B.
 #239 
Lobo did great today. He looks good and moved really well.
Jenni O.
 #240 
And Lobo looks great in his matching pad and cinch. He was attracting the attention of a buckskin mare today.
Lisa B.
 #241 
Yes...That little buckskin mare wanted to bring him home with her!
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