Can "Broncs" be tamed?

by Destiny
(TX)

Melech

Melech

OK, my story training story with one horse, Melech. He was a bucking horse, I would rub him with my heels and he would buck.

At first he had hurt his foot, so he couldn't buck that big. But after his cut was totally healed his bucks were getting bigger and bigger. After that I knew I HAD to do something about it. I did everything I could, just keep kicking, anything, but nothing worked.

After a while we could take Melech to my lesson. My teacher Brenda, told me how to do it. Right after he bucks (THE SECOND after he bucks) grab a handful of rein and pull it to your hip. I did this for about an hour and it worked like magic! I wanted so bad to lope and now I am galloping! He is an awesome horse and VERY smart.

YES!! Any Bronc can be tamed! With LOVE, affection, and discipline!

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Mar 12, 2011
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by: ExWow

Another way, this works like miracles. Put their saddle on, and put potatoes on the saddle firmly, so they won't fall off. let him buck around the arena/pasture (or just an area where he/she isn't gonna get hurt) and let him/her go crazy. When the horse is tired, take the potatoes off and you get on. He/she will be too tired to buck. And when your done, give the horse a treat. I swear, it works.

Mar 07, 2011
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Thank you!!
by: Hannah

Wow!! Thanks!

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