|LOL! I didn't teach this horse his pirouettes so its pretty easy to collect him. I guess that's why I find it fun because he's so good about it. My trainer used to do them in the Grand prix jumpers for hard turns. My green tb its very hard to do on. She's like "NO I wanna run!"|
You stated that your Coach did a P in GP Jumpers for tight turns to the next fence. I stated - they are not P's in Jumping, they are Roll Backs. Then Spyder and Anebel explained why your coach could not of been doing a P in jumpers and explained the differences between a P and a Roll Back.
And I am wondering why you are doing P's with your Green TB? P's are very advanced movements, only asked at mid to upper level dressage tests - because the horse has to be well balanced, muscled, truely engaged to do this particular movement.
P's are beautiful to watch - on well rounded, well schooled mounts who can physically do them correctly. I don't even do P's on my TB. I do Roll Backs, but not P's.