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        06-01-2009, 11:30 AM
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    Critique: Ducky and I, flat work and a trot pole.

    EDIT: I don't know how to get the video thing to work... so click on the picture and it will take you to the video.

    This was taken probably two years ago, but I just found it and I thought I'd get some input on it. Not really the best video to critique, so take what you can from it.

    This is me and Ducky, a welsh cob gelding. He is super cute and was a super hard ride. His trot is ridiculously bouncy for such a little guy, but it had no rhythm. He was supposed to be a teach-to-canter pony, but most riders could never get him to transition, much less smoothly. His canter was flat, flat, flat. It dragged, and that last leg could never keep up. I wish I could have jumped him, but they said I could only do the trot poles since I was "schooling" not in a lesson. I think we look pretty good...



    The goofy bump in the next video was supposed to be a flying lead change. He loves them, but the goofy boy changed twice and ended up on the same lead, lol.



    This was back in the day when I REALLY perched. Thanks in advance!
         

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