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Sep 07

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No question too simple - just ask!

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Dec 14

Posts: 27

rosejam14 says:

Re: No question too simple - just ask!

How would you deal with separation anxiety with two horses (tbs- l  gelding and 1 mare) when ridden apart or at shows and one on the box??

A third horse is not an option, mirrors made no differencd and even ridden within sight of each other at home or at shows the mare in particular calls non stop and stresses.

She has improved and is not sweating like she did but if not in sight on the box she will stress and crash about and it is very stressful for us and her.  It then upsets the other horse being ridden and can be quite a handful.

Calmers tried make no difference so far either.  We are tryng to ride apart as much as possible but with moving house and not beiung able to ride after work as dark means we cannot practise this as much as we would like to.  

I did consider ear plugs but these cannot be used in showing.  







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Jan 15

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