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4 year old OTTB vs. 6 year old OTTB!

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    01-24-2012, 08:55 PM
  #31
Yearling
I thought maybe she was moving like that because the ring looks like there's too much sand in it.
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    01-26-2012, 07:29 PM
  #32
Yearling
So tomorrow's the big day :) I'm super excited to see these horses. We're going to see Lilly first, than Go. I'm also excited because it'll be dark so we get to ride with the lights hehe. I have never done that before so it's new to me haha!

We're going to be taking lots of videos so we can compare afterwards.
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    01-26-2012, 08:20 PM
  #33
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This will be interesting to see.

Personally, I don't like either horse for you, especially not Go after watching the video. I agree she appears to be forced in all ways under saddle. A good soft person to help teach/re-train her might be good but that doesn't seem like what you're in the market for. Lilly... I just don't like her. *shrug*
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    01-28-2012, 11:21 AM
  #34
Yearling
Soo I ended up going down yesterday, got there late so I got to ride with the lights :p I definitely took a liking to Go rather than Lilly.

Lilly's trot is odd. It was hard to post to, and the girl's saddle tipped me forward...plus new tall boots=disaster. So my feet were constantly going through the stirrups and I was very uncomfortable.

Next week when I go down again, I'll definitely be using my paddock boots and half chaps. Oh and I meant to bring my saddle but left the barn without it.... D:<

Because she's still a little green from the track, she didn't really understand the canter. She would gallop the first 2 strides, then go into this nice canter, it would pop me up. So not liking that...the girl said they're building a new ring with jumps in it so I can jump her next time. The ring also had big puddles, so I had about 1/2 a ring to work with...and the puddles were scatter T_T

I'm pretty much in love with Go haha. I learned that video doesn't do any justice. I didn't try to put her in any kind of headset, and she moved so well. (She took videos of me riding both mares) I popped her over a 1' crossrail and I like her jump. She wasn't trying to she just kinda cantered over it, so I couldn't judge her knees. Go is more forward with her canter, and has a very comfortable trot. She is the kind of horse I can learn a lot and I feel she would be very good for me. At the end I did try to just set her up, and she just dropped her head in a nice headset, not that weird tucked one.

I might upload the videos on Youtube, but I'm not sure. The videos with Lilly are way too dark, and with Go, I don't look that good....curse you new tall boots!!!
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    01-28-2012, 11:33 AM
  #35
Green Broke
Go with the horse that fits YOU.
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    01-28-2012, 12:57 PM
  #36
Foal
I personally am not a fan of lilly's "look", I don't have any good reason behind that if you like Go, then Go for it (hahaha). And nobody will judge you on your riding or how you look, its the horse we're interested in
     
    01-28-2012, 01:07 PM
  #37
Yearling
Yeah Elana, I know I should get who I want :p I like this thread because a lot of opinions are thrown out that I would have never noticed!

The videos will be uploaded tonight, and unfortunately none of Lilly...just watched them and you guys won't be able to see a thing.. :(
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    01-28-2012, 01:54 PM
  #38
Weanling
I thought Go was a little choppy in the front, like some others did, but part of that could be because the rider had her hands a little low and far back, and the contact was not elastic enough. I have a tendency to do this in my own riding, and if I don't check myself, my mare ends up getting choppy and out of sorts too.

I like Go the best overall, I have to say.
     
    01-31-2012, 11:44 PM
  #39
Yearling
So here are the videos. Sorry about the wind, it was really bad Friday night!

     
    01-31-2012, 11:47 PM
  #40
Weanling
Hmmm.
Something still looks really "off" with her front end. I don't like the choppiness or her movement in the front, something just doesn't look right to me.
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