He did that because he'd ignored me at first, then realised B was getting close. Quite nice for me that he's jealous - for a while in the early days, I didn't think we were going to bond that well. We have a slight upward slope, but it didn't seem to slow him much!I must remember to try and film mine. She flattened me the first time she was over keen, left it a bit late to skid.
Prefer it if she waits until the ground dries up though.
It's rare for Hogan - he was just jealous because his pal was getting closer than him. If the big fatty had shifted in the first place, he wouldn't have had to canter to beat the other one!My horse has never cantered up to me! He stands still and waits for me to come to him!