When we understand why a horse is bucking, we can help them.
A horse will buck for a variety of reasons. We see them run, jump and buck in the pasture for fun. When it's slippery outside in the winter, and we bring a horse in the arena, they might tear around and buck. It feels good.
But bucking can also be a response to an unaddressed concern or pressure. Commonly we see bucking as a response to the horse's body being used in a way that causes tension and brace - what is being asked of the horse might be physically impossible.
Instead of punishing the horse for being expressive or scared, what we do is be proactive: help them with their issue. Remove the pressure or show them how to handle it. Ride them in athletic balance so they don't feel they have to buck to get the point across.
This is going to be a fun one - hang on!
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