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Walkers will circle the length of the stall in a constant fashion, and the speed of the walk is directly reflective of horse's level of stress or anxiety. When a horse walks slowly he has a general dislike of his surroundings or circumstances, whereas if he circles the stall at a fast pace defecating often as he does he is extremely anxious about something. When a horse weaves he is basically walking in place, swaying his front and neck from side to side repetitively.
This usually takes place by the stall door where he can look through the grill. It is speculated by some experts that the swaying from side to side provides some visual stimulation to the horse as he watches the background change through the bars. Many people believe that weaving is caused by boredom, but while this theory comes close to hitting the mark it does miss it slightly.
In addition a horse that must be kept within a stall for a long period of time should receive plenty of hay throughout the day so that he does not become miserable with his circumstances.
The most common cause of stall walking and horse weaving comes with separation anxiety. I use an electric wire inside the fence at chest high to keep my donkeys from eating my posts and stretching my wire as they scratch on it. This little precaution will make sure your fences look great for years and years. This young lady and her inexperienced gelding are working through some issues — in the very public venue of the show ring!
Madi was patient and gentle. The photo below shows the progress they made, at the same show later in the day. Good job!!!! Donkeys do not think and learn the same way horses do. They are more similar than different but the differences are important. You cannot push and bully a donkey into obedience but if they love and trust you they will do almost anything for you. The key is mutual respect.
When you ask something of your donkey be sure your are being realistic in your expectations and are patient. If you give your donkey the time to think things through he is likely to give you what you have asked for.
If you find you have unknowingly presented him with something that is beyond his training level just change the lesson slightly, reward him for that success, and take your future training more slowly. Many people believe that once you ask for a something you must get it or the donkey will learn a bad lesson. The important thing about training is to leave your lesson on a good note with lots of snuggles and praise from you. If you change your lesson slightly to something that is an aspect of your first request, is realistic for him, and reward like mad, your original mistake of asking too much is no big deal.
Training donkeys is fun and easy as donkeys love their kind owners and want to please. Another thing to think about is that your donkeys are training you every time you are near them — for sure really! It can be so subtle. If you walk in their pen and they bump you enough that you step out of their way the donkey is now superior to you in the herd dynamic.
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