Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The Bluegrass State
I don't have anything to add critique wise, others on the thread nailed it. I do have something to add about your attitude.
That jump doesn't appear higher than 2'6". Now I'll give you the benefit of doubt, maybe you usually jump much higher. But either way, I find your attitude of "I shouldn't need critique," "it's unlikely you'll find anything wrong with my position," very surprising. Usually, riding is a very humbling sport. If you haven't had a humbling moment yet, that tells me you probably aren't in those top Grand Prix levels.
I'm not trying to jump on your back or harass you. If anything I'm trying to help you out. People that aren't open to critique, ESPECIALLY horseback riders, are the ones that never hit it big. Once you think you've improved as much as you can, and there's no way you can get better, you hit a wall and you never progress past that point.
Like I said, try to keep an open mind.
Keeping to the topic, I do like your little horse!
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