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        08-27-2010, 08:32 PM
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    Green Broke
    switching??

    Alright so no im not totally switching to english but I thought it would be a good idea to maybe work with outlaw on some english.. for more of a variety. I don't want him to sour out on one thing and I thought that maybe working with him for some jumping or dressage work possibly would be a good variety for him. We ride western and compete in gymkhana and possibly doing some endurance this year so its not like all we do is practice I just don't want him to sour out on it. So what are your guys' tips on some fun english stuff to do with your horse.I will have a trainer to help me with him so anything is up haha. I might start him on it tomorrow if all goes well :]
         

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