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post #1 of 18 Old 11-17-2008, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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Critique on jog?


Just a quick vid of her walking and jogging around.
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post #2 of 18 Old 11-17-2008, 08:21 PM
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it might just be me, but her jog looks a bit stiff and almost painful in a way (not the best person to describe things), but other than that, I like her!!
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it might just be me, but her jog looks a bit stiff and almost painful in a way (not the best person to describe things), but other than that, I like her!!
yeah...I noticed it too. She was bracing a bit because the ground was slick. (shallow mud)Plus I think she needs a chiro. Thank you!
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I think once she stretches out and is less stiff she'll have a beautiful jog and will be a great western horse
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I think once she stretches out and is less stiff she'll have a beautiful jog and will be a great western horse
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It seems like your holding her back some also
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It seems like your holding her back some also
What do you mean?
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I don't know anything about western, so please excuse the naive english rider for commenting out of her depth... your horse's movement seems very lethargic... it's barely moving... A jog is a trot right? When it was jogging especially it looked very stiff, and to me like it was doing a fast walk... I had to actually watch the movement of the legs to realise it wasn't walking!
I'm not sure how western riding works, but I thought the same concept of forward is the same... and she doesn't appear to be moving forward at all to me.
Please excuse me, I don't mean any of this in an offending manner... maybe I just need some education in how the western horse should move!!
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I don't know anything about western, so please excuse the naive english rider for commenting out of her depth... your horse's movement seems very lethargic... it's barely moving... A jog is a trot right? When it was jogging especially it looked very stiff, and to me like it was doing a fast walk... I had to actually watch the movement of the legs to realise it wasn't walking!
I'm not sure how western riding works, but I thought the same concept of forward is the same... and she doesn't appear to be moving forward at all to me.
Please excuse me, I don't mean any of this in an offending manner... maybe I just need some education in how the western horse should move!!
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Like it has navicular ;)

Okay, all kidding aside, the horse has fairly stiff movement


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Wow, I couldn't even tell that was a trot. She looks stiff, but I couldn't watch very long.
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