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For instance, there's no point in putting a tie down or martingale on a horse to solve something like head tossing , when its mouth hurts because its teeth are too long and sharp. The important thing when tackling any problem is to understand why the problem exists in the first place.
Each of these problems is solvable with fair and consistent handling. Patience is key. And remember, you can work with your training coach for safety. When your horse is misbehaving, and you're a beginner rider, it is wise to get advice from an experienced rider or a trainer. Some behaviors like rearing, bucking and balking can be dangerous if you don't know how to deal with them.
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