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Don't forget that horse training must start with the first steps

Here's Nater with Steve showing off on the pedestal
Here's Nater with Steve showing off on the pedestal
Photo by K. Kettenbeil

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  • Pennie 5 years ago

    Kathy's right! Take it from me, start with baby steps and start at the beginning. Don't have gaps in your training and don't rush anything. I was the rider who tried to mold Nater into a Western Pleasure show horse through some very poor training methods and he had enough in the end, which put me in the hospital. It wasn't entirely his fault, you see. It was my fault. I wasn't patient and I was sucked into the "norm" of training methods. If it hadn't been for Kathy, he'd probably be far far away by now, if even still alive. He was deemed as a horse that would kill me or someone else by many. It broke my heart. Through my husband's hard work, who had never worked with horses before, and Kathy's unwavering belief and commitment, Nater is now a very happy willing partner. We've discovered so much amount Nater and what an amazing athelete he is. I will show Nater again, but not the same way I tried to do before, and this time we will all have fun! He's already a success. Thank you Kathy!

  • Pat 5 years ago

    What a cool, beautiful horse! I wish he was my horse!!!

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