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        09-13-2009, 10:53 PM
      #21
    Weanling
    You have very nice basics! Your leg looks solid (more so than mine :P) but be careful not to grip with your knees like you're doing in the second picture you posted on this page. See how your lower leg has slipped back? Its because of the knees. Also in the same picture you are jumping ahead with your crotch in front of the pommel, be careful of that as well. But overall, very good!
         
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        09-14-2009, 06:21 PM
      #22
    Foal
    Wildspot: thanx for being concerned and sorry if I was a little harsh. As jody and farm poy said, I feel that way. Well now I can canter and ITS ALL OVER SINCE I CAN DO BOTH! So I hope we all stop arguing

    Upsidedown: thanx a lot. I see what you mean, would you mind if I sent you a few pics of me riding to see if I've improved in more resent pic's?

    Thanx everyone and I will try to work on my flaws
         
        09-14-2009, 09:16 PM
      #23
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by NimblesGirl12    
    well thank you to the person who actually critigued my RIDING.
    She believes that you have to have a strong control of your horse bfore cantering and also it was the way she was taught and everyone at my barn. My trainer says eveyone does it differently and you shouldnt be jugmental. I asked you to tell me about my riding....not how I was trained and it really is kinda disrespectful to say its wrong. I understand you arent blaming it on ME. But still! People are trained differently. I bet I could say some stuff you kearned was "off" or wrong! Its not about how you were trained that makes you a good rider. Its how you ride now at this moment in time.

    Yes I did started jumping before cantering. And im sorry if you feel different but please tell me how my riding is in the pictures


    Thank you so much for saying we are cute together :) im going to be showing her this fall

    Thanx again for the comments
    don't worry about it! I learned small jumps before cantering, and I turned out just fine. According to my instructor I am the best rider at the barn! I think it benifited me! You do look amasing by the way!
         
        09-14-2009, 11:12 PM
      #24
    Super Moderator
    How come I'm always referred to as farmboy??? :) and Wildspot... I LOVE YOU woMAN!!!!!!!!
         
        09-15-2009, 01:03 AM
      #25
    Trained
    Lol, poor Farmpony! Sending love your way, WOMAN!
         
        09-15-2009, 07:27 AM
      #26
    Green Broke
    I'm pretty sure "farm poy" was a typo add one letter take out a space = farmpony
         
        09-15-2009, 07:38 AM
      #27
    Weanling
    Somebody once told me that just because you have cantered doesn't mean you can canter.

    I think you and your pony look great together - just remember not to grip with your knees.
         
        09-15-2009, 10:56 AM
      #28
    Green Broke
    You have to bring your legs under you more, instead of bracing them in front of you. Its something that beginner or untrained riders often do. Its probably a fair bit comfier because your back is sort of rolled and your sitting on your bum instead of your seat bones. I believe that is how western riders ride.

    With english riding you want to develop and independent seat, which means you balance on your own, riding lightly without inhibiting the horse and are able to give clear aids. Your aim is to have a straight line from your ear, shoulder, hip and heel. Try and ride with this line, for a while you might feel a little unsteady because you aren't bracing with your legs but once you can regain your seat you can communicate with your horse much easier.

    Also, to me it looked like your hands were rolling so that your thumbs were facing each other. Make sure your hands are upright, with your thumbs facing up and forward. If you pull back with your hands like this your elbows will go out to the side and you will have "chicken wings". Also, because your arms cannot bend and relax you may find it harder to move with the horses head.
         
        09-16-2009, 04:19 PM
      #29
    Foal
    Thank you...i no a lot of people..including my instructor, who did little jumped before cantering and they turned out just fine. Its just a different way of learning the same thing.

    Sorry farm pony....farm poy wasnt ment to be boy...ot was ment to be poNy

    And thank you Saskia for the critique...i will try to work on that...my leg and hands have gotten better since these picture aren't the most resent. I will still try to use your advice.


    THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO PUT IN SOME INPUT ON MY RIDING!!
         
        09-16-2009, 07:27 PM
      #30
    Trained
    I think you are looking pretty good.

    I don't have anything to add, as the other posters have covered what I would have; solidfying your leg, and making sure not to 'overjump' your horse.

    You two look soooooo cute together!!!
         

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