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Millie Horse Rocky Mountain Horse Hohenwald , TN
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Millie has come a very long ways in the last several months. As a bystander it maybe hard to see the progress but as her trainer I see it. Some of her Big moments have been the first time she ate out of a bucket while I stood close by, another was the first time I touched the velvet of her nose. I could go on but those are some of the biggest ones to me because those moments can be some of the most important of building good trust. At this point Millie is leading quite well and loves shoulder scratches. She is still learning to be haltered easily but has become very curious about her surroundings. When I met her she would run as far away as possible (~500') when anyone walked close to her pen, today she will sometimes turn to run but more often I find her seeking out whoever it is and facing up rather than turn on her heels. I bring her into a small catch pen the days we get to work together and continue to work on her basics. She is extremely smart and would be a very nice athletic pony for someone willing to put in the training.
I am a Rocky Mountain/Arabian cross and coming 3 years old. I am unhandled. I am suitable for a trainer.
HP Trainer - I have not yet been able to handle Millie but when I go to the pasture with a bucket of grain she does seem curious and will come towards me. I’m sure she will settle down and make a sweet mare with time and training. Millie is wild and will take an experienced hand to gentle her and then train her. She runs lightning fast in the pasture and can jump very gracefully.
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