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        08-04-2008, 11:02 PM
      #1
    Foal
    Critique me and trey please? :)

    Ok so im new here and I thought I would post some photos of my horse Trey and I to be critiqued!
    Here is some info!
    Trey is a 16.2hh 8yo Bay TB gelding who is a amazing boy <3
    He is his best in jumpers and I ride him in my eq classes too.
    Currently we are in 3rd place (out of 95ish people) in our schooling jumpers which is 2'6-2'9 and 6th (out of 75ish people) in our low jumpers which is 3'0-3'3....and onto some recent pictures!!
    (please critique me and trey!)

    Schooling Jumpers at A show: I got a sixth outta 35 people





    ^i think I need to arch my back a bit here






    ^tiny fence haha





    Warm up for Lows (at A show)



    ^chipped in


    ^arch my back a bit?


    ^super pony!!


    ^butt shot! ;)

    Lows at A show:i got a fourth outta 30

    ^ I love this one!!







    Eq flat: I got fourth outta 30















    ^i really like this!










    ^even tho its blurry I like my eq!

    Eq over fences: 2nd out of 30

    ^pretty good needs to tighten his knees


    ^bad timing




    ^in the line-up

    Ok thanks in advance I know you will give an ah-mazin critique!!
         
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        08-05-2008, 04:56 AM
      #2
    Foal
    Look up heels down toes in bum back and up
         
        08-05-2008, 12:59 PM
      #3
    Showing
    Remember not to look down, also keep your heels down more & your toes in (toes to the nose!). Your horse is really cute!
         
        08-05-2008, 10:27 PM
      #4
    Green Broke
    I'm def. Not a jumping expert, but it appears in some of your over fences photos (and even in one or two of the flat photos) it appears that you are propping with one leg (so one leg looks really good, but the other is a bit drawn up) - almost looks like you are leaning to one side because of it. :)

    Cute horse!! - - be sure to remember to smile once in a while
         

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