6 Months makes a huge difference

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        05-13-2010, 04:46 PM
    6 Months makes a huge difference

    I bought JT last December. He was very green, my first 4-year old and my first Arab.

    This is what he looked like last January:

    JT second lesson 010110 :: JT11.jpg picture by knaskedov - Photobucket

    This was him yesterday:

    JT Foothills Stables 051210 :: JT051210-4.jpg picture by knaskedov - Photobucket

    Of course it helps a great deal that he lost his winter coat and that the hives are gone. I moved him to a new barn and the footing in the arena is much better.
    If only I could stop looking down (I know his head is not going to fall off, but it is a hard habit to break) and straighten my shoulders. I guess he's learned more than I have these past months...

    This one is just cute:
    JT Foothills Stables 051210 :: JT051210-28.jpg picture by knaskedov - Photobucket
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        05-13-2010, 08:11 PM
    He's cute!!
    I do the looking down thing too, not at they're head though, the ground in front of us...Its weird haha
        05-16-2010, 10:56 AM
    Wow, you're not kidding. That is a huge difference. Once you get your body more upright and your head up, it will get even better than that!

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