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  1. Dottj

    Advice for rehab of horse trailer for minis

    I like that design as well, although I'm thinking that I might go with the same shape but bars for the front taller bit so they can still see each other and to help with air flow.
  2. Dottj

    Advice for rehab of horse trailer for minis

    Hi, yes thats the idea, its a full sized float and we think that by changing it to a slant we will make the best use of the space. We will still be able to have a tack area, room for the cart up the front with the two little guys loaded behind. And that was my thinking too, having a gap to be...
  3. Dottj

    Advice for rehab of horse trailer for minis

    Hi all, I have bought a double straight load horse trailer that we are going to refit for our minis and thier cart (the work will be done by an engineer) My question is, should the dividers go all the way across like the 2nd photo or would doing them there quarters the width be better/easier to...
  4. Dottj

    Pace transitions in round pen and on a lunge

    Cayuse - thank you so much for your advice, it worked perfectly. When I asked him to come down to a walk I sort of did a big sigh to drop my energy and stopped moving, he slowed straight into a walk and as soon as he transitioned to a walk I started to walk myself - a few slow steps then sped up...
  5. Dottj

    Pace transitions in round pen and on a lunge

    Thank you so much for your reply. I probably should have mentioned that he does know "whoa" from all paces, this will bring him to a stop within a couple of strides. He also knows "steady", which I use to slow him down in whichever pace he is in and "pick it up" which will get him to pick up...
  6. Dottj

    Pace transitions in round pen and on a lunge

    I am looking for suggestions/advice regarding changes of pace when lunging or round penning my wee man Felix. He works well on either but does seem to prefer to be worked in the round pen. The thing we are struggling with is going from trot down to walk. He will willingly transition up...
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