Riverdoggreen

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  1. Dr.jeykle/mr. Hyde

    He has been in with mixed group before, and the mares were not nice to him. He has never tried to mount a mare either. Now my other gelding I has been checked as he would mount a real persistent mare, and he prances all around when first introduced to a couple different places, he checked out fine, but he is very gentle, well behaved. We currently had to move and the boarding place we are at is with a percheron mare, and none of the geldings, including Cody, care. A plus is he tried to push her around ,away from hay ect... Claim the paddock, and she pushed him, literally. He no longer is running the group. Behavior was actually not as aggressive today, still there, just tuned down
  2. Dr.jeykle/mr. Hyde

    actually looking to see if anyone else has dealt with a Jekyll/Hyde horse before. We have a gelding in his teens, who is awesome under saddle for anyone, is even qualified and a member on our sheriff dept SAR unit, and great in parades and with public all while saddled or altered. When in pasture he will pin ears and charge. If you throw up arms or just point at him he veers off, or will stop short of you and present his side or rear and watches you, while looking away. He will come between us and the other geldings, try to herd them away, ect... We do get after him, and he has gotten better with us, still runs up ears pinned, but not near as bad, but with other people he will charge them over the fence, he actually will patrol the fence line between the stranger and the other geldings. Even if the people are across the yard, if he hears them, he is on guard. Problem is we are now forced to re-home him. When we first got him my husband remembers the lady mentioning he was better kept by himself?? Read more: http://forums.horsecity.com/index.php?showtopic=47099996&page=6#ixzz3KZXcdsP2
  3. Extremely Aggressive Horse On The Ground.

    Was reading this, actually looking to see if anyone else has dealt with a Jekyll/Hyde horse before. We have a gelding in his teens, who is awesome under saddle for anyone, is even qualified and a member on our sheriff dept SAR unit, and great in parades and with public all while saddled or altered. When in pasture he will pin ears and charge. If you throw up arms or just point at him he veers off, or will stop short of you and present his side or rear and watches you, while looking away. He will come between us and the other geldings, try to herd them away, ect... We do get after him, and he has gotten better with us, but with other people he will charge them over the fence, he actually will patrol the fence line between the stranger and the other geldings. Even if the people are across the yard, if he hears them, he is on guard. Problem is we are now forced to re-home him. When we first got him my husband remembers the lady mentioning he was better kept by himself??