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        03-07-2013, 10:33 PM
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    Horse critique, flatwork

    Here goes nothing! I got a short video of me riding...not terribly great quality, but I think it's fine for just seeing how my greenie's doing. Please let me know what you think! Just her, not me, unless I'm negatively affecting how she's going I was working on 1: just getting her over the pole (it took awhile!) 2: keeping a steady, calm pace, 3: "letting go" of that cursed inside rein!! I'm so dependent on it because until now, I never learned anything except to use inside rein to turn and bend, and forget about the outside! 4: keeping steady hands. Apparently I never once thought to sit up straight, because MAN am I tilted forward. In my dressage saddle, too! Though I think it tends to tip me forward some, anyway.

    Anyhow, if you can tell anything about how she's moving and what her dressage potential is, please share!

    Also, it does zoom in about a minute into it.

    I wasn't sure whether to put this in riding critique or confo critique :-/

         

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