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    09-29-2009, 07:27 AM
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Showing
How have your horses changed an improved?

I was just kinda wondering how everyone else's horses have changed and their form or carriage has improved since they came to live with you or since they have been trained. Share your pix

Here is Denny's life in pix:

5 year old (3 months into training):


6 years old (winter woolies)


7 years old (he was really trim as I rode the crap out of him every day)


And now at 15 years old


Dobe as a 3 year old when he came home:


As a 4 year old:


As a 5 year old:


And now at 7:


John's first ride:


His 3rd or 4th ride:


His last ride: Maybe ride 6 or 7.


     
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    09-29-2009, 09:30 AM
  #2
Zab
Yearling
Looks good :)

I'll take ne pictures of both horses and show later ^^
     
    09-29-2009, 02:46 PM
  #3
Trained
I haven't had my new girl long yet (couple days), but here's some of Danni, the guy I just rehomed.

Just after I brought him home in early June; very anxious and bracey...



Just before I rehomed him last weekend...very relaxed, and ridden in a neck rope...

     
    09-29-2009, 04:22 PM
  #4
Zab
Yearling
Ok, I've tried making a long post with lots of pictures as time passes by, three times now but it keeps effing up so I'll make it short..

Bought him:



First ride after the accident that shattered my wrist and left me sccared of horses, he had been a pasture pet for a year and wasn't exactlybroke to ride before that:


After long, I dared to walk him on my own but we never came over that..it went down most of the time and I was about to just give up.



But I kept trying, still not really getting further than to walk..



At one time I gave up and sent him to a trainer. I wanted a trail horse and I hadn't gotten anywhere for months :) It was the best thing I've ever done. She taught him what he needed to know to teach me more..



And now :)









From riding today; We've started working on the trot for real now and I figured how to get him into trot. However..I havn't trotted in 2 years so I kinda suck at it..xD plus I want to exxaggerate my seat to differ from trot and rack..so forgive my seat at the trot pictures. I have no excuse for my seat in the walk and rack tho..I'm usually sitting better..I think my stirrups was too long and it bothered me.. x)

     
    09-29-2009, 05:45 PM
  #5
Yearling
Eric has gone from a rail thin, nervous, head shy, barn sour, herd bound, anxious, dull coated pile of bones to a proud trail horse that gives me very little trouble with anything.

August 18th







Two days ago.

Of course he still needs weight and muscle. But we're taking it slow. He's coming along. :)



     
    09-30-2009, 12:11 AM
  #6
Showing
Wow, Rissa. Eric looks great .
     

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