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        01-08-2012, 09:40 PM
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    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Oh yes it will take awhile.

    What do you mean by over exaggerate it? Do you have a video?
    No video. But I don't mean it LOOKS over exaggerated, it looks normal. It just takes more effort, I suppose. You know how some horses push you out of the saddle more than others? The pony doesn't at all. So it's just more work for the rider to get out of the saddle
         
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        01-08-2012, 09:51 PM
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    No video. But I don't mean it LOOKS over exaggerated, it looks normal. It just takes more effort, I suppose. You know how some horses push you out of the saddle more than others? The pony doesn't at all. So it's just more work for the rider to get out of the saddle
    Then I think you need more impulsion from the pony. But yeah posting takes effort either way eventually it'll come more smoothly regardless of the pony's gait once you start building up your own muscles and find balance, etc.
         
        01-09-2012, 10:20 PM
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    I promise I'm not a beginner, Lol just haven't had much pony time. He doesn't need more impulsion, I can get an engaged pony and still have no "push out of the saddle". It's just his gait :)

    I do have an update :) The singing in my head made me feel mental, but worked well for me. I just need to keep practicing I think! Pony did better since I did, he kept a more even pace. I took him over a course of cross rails. He is too fun!!
         

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