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I'm so happy he's gaited now.. I think..

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        05-03-2009, 04:32 PM
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    Zab
    Yearling
    I'm so happy he's gaited now.. I think..

    Great, my saddle broke, the girth strap snapped.

    I will take this as a great opportunity to ride bareback and fix my balance..I'm so happy he's gaited. If I had to trot him, with his huge trot, I'd fall off without a saddle.. x__X;;

    Tho now I won't know what gait I get.. he gaits/racks/whatever 99% of the times.. but the times he will trot, or for that matter pace or piggypace, I won't be prepared for it :O

    I'll die.. O__o;
         
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        05-05-2009, 03:24 PM
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    Weanling
    Well to be totally honest you will be able to feel him break gait a whole lot easier than you would with a saddle, if he breaks gait or you think he's about to break, half halt him. Once you get your balance down riding bareback it will be soooo nice especially with your gaited boy.
         

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