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        02-22-2010, 08:49 PM
      #21
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    Hello Jane! So good to see you on this forum. Welcome!

    So many people will benefit from your expertise.
         
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        02-23-2010, 02:32 PM
      #22
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    Thanks Mercedes, I think you're exactly right!

    I must've got the "moving forehand over" from one of Jane's videos. I have to tell you, Jane, it's way harder than "going sideways" out of a circle, where your leg is already on and more or less pushing. Bringing the shoulders in makes me want to move my leg back-- I really have to force myself not to, when my horse starts to drift off the track.

    Today I'm going to do "forward, forward forward". Get back to the basics-- again! And check out my outside rein contact.
         

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