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Re: riding accident involving tractor

Poor Jas, her head must be scrambled! I had the same thing with a lorry and a bridge and my super cool connemara and it took a long while to get him unjittery again. Take it very slowly, letting her see tractors etc from far away and gradually moving in closer. I'm talking about starting a field away and giving lots of praise when she stands and lots of encouragement when she gets nervous. Also walk her past stationary vehicles with mountains of praise. Take your time, it will take many months but hopefully you should get your lovely horse back. Good luck!!

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