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        04-03-2011, 11:55 AM
    Originally Posted by Juna    
    She's gorgeous and her condition is definitely improved. Love her color in the second picture better, too. LOL.

    Good luck in your shows! She's beautiful!!!
    Thanks Juna! I'll definitely post pictures of our next show this month. I'm super excited!
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        04-03-2011, 11:58 AM
    Originally Posted by RedTree    
    I think she deffinatly bulked out
    It's a bit hard to tell though with the shadow in the second photo

    I would love to hear how you went about it
    Sorry about the shadow, she wouldn't stand still! Lol

    Dressage, dressage, dressage! Lots of lateral work (shoulder-in, leg yield, haunches-in) and just trotting into jumps to help build the hind end a little more. We've also been working on cantering 20 meter circles and then "spiraling in" to 10 meter circles, down to trot in the 10 meter circle, pick up the canter again, and then spiral out to the 20 meter circle. Definitely works on those hindquarters!

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