Interesting, I used to think the same thing. But that's actually not true, when working with young horses I'm told. How you come out of a barrel determines a lot of how your next barrel goes. As soon as you leave that barrel, your already setting up for the next. Now, you can start out with a big pocket, and shrink it down as your horse becomes more and more seasoned. But it's extremely important that you come out clean, so you can enter the next barrel clean. Not sure if that makes any sense.
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