Comanche investigates the
Comanche grew up wild on the
range in Little Owyhee, NV on the NV/Idaho border. He was gentled at the
Canyon City, Colorado correctional facility, then adopted as a special
needs horse by the Falcon
Ridge Ranch horse rescue. When an old injury healed, he went to Tori,
and now he's here. I'll review basics, continue with easing his understanding
of life amongst humans and start him undersaddle.
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Click on links for pictures of Comanche's daily adventures!
Will Comanche's love of Windy conquer
his fear of the saddle? The saddle, even on top of another horse, worried
him. Rena's show, don't tell, about body language. Which had meaning for
him, and which should he ignore, how can I make that clear to myself, and
My raincoat makes scary noises!
Presenting saddlepads to him, leading
outside of the pen
Petting him from the fence! Anything
above worries him.
Picking up all four feet, saddlepad.
First ponying, ball play
is now available
for your mares