After that we went around to the different fields. Although the only one that was mowed and ready to ride in was the main water jump field we did find one BN fence on some of the galloping trails that we popped over first, with no issues at all!
|Creepy fence with weird faces on the front of it! No problems!|
From that point on he was dragging me to the water at every chance he got. If I was walking him on a loose rein he would walk himself into the water! Once we started working in this field he got super duper strong and was having a little too much fun not listening. It took 2-3 times over the first log for me to get him paying more attention to me. Being able to stop your horse is always a good thing haha!
No one can tell me he doesnt like it. He was hauling me around everywhere, locking onto fences and was totally game for everything! He definitely needed me to really ride him to the first few fences we did and support him but after a couple fences I could feel him getting more and more confident. There is nothing more fun to ride then a horse that is up for anything you put in front of them!