09-05-2011, 09:24 PM
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I would work on being softer through your release. It looks hard and snappy. I know this isn't easy on all horses because some have harder jumps than others, but just think about being softer and smoother. Another thing is work on your consistancy coming up to your fences. You kind of go down to them "go stop go stop." Establish a pace and try sticking to it and make your decisions about your distance sooner. Also, are you riding in a de Gogue? Maybe a neck stretcher? I can't really tell, you go by the near side of the camera too quickly, but if you are, be careful jumping in either one. Its not recomended jumping in either except for maybe a few small jumps.