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    12-20-2011, 01:05 AM
  #1
Green Broke
Critique My Bareback Riding...

Hey guys! So the past month I've been working a lot on all my bareback stuff (when the arena isn't frozen, that is) and I finally got a video of it!
Could you guys please critique my bareback a bit? I know the vid is fairly bad quality and it's sorta short, sorry bout that. If you go to full screen it's a bit easier to see.
Anyways, thanks!

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    12-20-2011, 11:14 PM
  #2
Yearling
You guys look awesome. Remember to relax and breathe, especially when cantering. I always say "keep your buttcrack aligned with the horses spine" hahaha. It works. I love riding bareback. Its so freeing! I hope you decide to go further in your bareback riding. It seems you have an awesome horse, too!
     
    12-21-2011, 12:51 AM
  #3
Green Broke
^^Thanks :) haha yeah I sorta keep forgetting my breathing :p That was my...I think fourth time cantering bareback? Something like that :) It's a lot easier than trotting, that's for sure!
Yeah, I was planning for a while that I wanted to learn to ride bareback after watching my friend do close to everything bareback.
Thank you, again, yes she's a great horse :)
     
    12-21-2011, 04:22 PM
  #4
Foal
Aw, that's pretty good!! :) Try to stay upright in canter though - you kinda bob forward a bit (I tend to do that sometimes too :/ )
Nice pony though - now for some bareback JUMPING!! :P
I love bareback - my riding is 90% bareback, 10% saddled, lol :)
     
    12-21-2011, 04:29 PM
  #5
Showing
Is that a curb bit or a hackamore? It's kind of hard to tell. If it's a curb, you really should be neck reining and staying out of her face.

You look pretty good; just try to relax some and loosen up.
     
    12-21-2011, 04:36 PM
  #6
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by harryclifford    
Aw, that's pretty good!! :) Try to stay upright in canter though - you kinda bob forward a bit (I tend to do that sometimes too :/ )
Nice pony though - now for some bareback JUMPING!! :P
I love bareback - my riding is 90% bareback, 10% saddled, lol :)
haha yeah I do that :p
Actually I jumped bareback before I cantered :p Just like trotted slowly up to a small jump and she took one or two canter paces after wards and went back to a trot haha
Yeah my friend's like that, she does almost all bareback riding haha
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Originally Posted by equiniphile    
Is that a curb bit or a hackamore? It's kind of hard to tell. If it's a curb, you really should be neck reining and staying out of her face.

You look pretty good; just try to relax some and loosen up.
It's a curb. Currently other than my english bridle's bit which is half put together I only have one bit, I know I need to get a new one, I'm planning to. Cheyenne barely know how to neck rein, she's not really responsive that way, but I should probably start working with her on that again for when shows come back.
Thanks :)
     

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