Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Eventing Country
• Horses: 0
I agree with both Duffy and Golden. This is an open forum, and I am not going to "ooo and aaaahh" when I see something that tells me something is missing.
The back that is hollow, like PintoTess's horse has in these pictures, shows that there is something missing, and I wanted to point it out, so that the OP understands that there is something needed to work on. It wasn't meant to say "oh my gosh, you are such a bad rider" but to say "hey, do you see this? This isn't correct"
I hope others see the pictures, and see that the back isn't rounded nor being lifted - which shows that the horse isn't being worked correctly. So that the light bulbs over their heads can turn on.
I am by no means, a perfect rider. I have faults and make errors, but I along with others, are here to learn, share, grow and become more "educated".
It is one thing to see a horse in a "frame" but another to see if the horse is being worked correctly.