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post #1 of 11 Old 02-06-2011, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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Critiqe 13y/o QH Jumper

Please tell me what you think about Dreamer. He is a 13 year old Quarter Horse jumper who is still learning. Please only critique the horse, not the rider. Thanks :)
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sorry for the typo in the title, I obviously meant *critique* :)
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Killer cute!!!!! I can't see anything off. Really a tidy fellow.
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Looks like a VERY nice horse you got there! If I were you, I would get a trainer/rider who is experienced with jumping and have them help you out with some grid work. Have them make funny distances so that you and your horse can learn how to ride them out well. Also it is another good way to learn how to push for long strides or collect up for shorter strides.

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Edit: My bad, I didn't see that you said not rider critique. :)

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Killer cute!!!!! I can't see anything off. Really a tidy fellow.
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Holy crap he jumped long in the first pic. Lol good job staying with it ;)

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Looks like a VERY nice horse you got there! If I were you, I would get a trainer/rider who is experienced with jumping and have them help you out with some grid work. Have them make funny distances so that you and your horse can learn how to ride them out well. Also it is another good way to learn how to push for long strides or collect up for shorter strides.

If your horse goes missing, it wasn't me... ;)

Edit: My bad, I didn't see that you said not rider critique. :)
thanks for the advice eventer!
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Holy crap he jumped long in the first pic. Lol good job staying with it ;)

Haha, thanks! :)
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he is really really nice
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he is really really nice

Thank you! :)
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