Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Middle-of-Nowhere, Illinois
I agree with what everyone else said. I also noticed that your feet are sticking out, away from Candy's sides. That throws the rest of your seat off and makes it harder for your horse to get your leg aids. Bring your legs in around the horse so you can feel her better, and vice versa.
Candy is adorable, btw. ;D She looks really smooth.
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