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post #1 of 18 Old 09-01-2011, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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How Does His Trot Look

I took a video of Rodeo the other day when he first got to the new barn. Gidget posted a video of her yearling's movement, and I was just curious to see how my guys movement looks. I wasnt pressuring him a whole lot to move forward. Just wanted to see overall how his trot looked. Thanks

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What a cutie!! He looks good to me, a cute little mover! It was hard to get a good look because he was trotting away a lot of the time and my computer kept pausing the video :p I like him!
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he is very rythmic and has a fairly flat kneed trot. Will do well in WP, I think.
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What a cutie!! He looks good to me, a cute little mover! It was hard to get a good look because he was trotting away a lot of the time and my computer kept pausing the video :p I like him!
Thank you! Yeah, that was his first day at the new place, and I forgot my camera, so only had my phone to take pictures, and videos on :(

Thanks again!
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he is very rythmic and has a fairly flat kneed trot. Will do well in WP, I think.
Thanks tiny, I thought it seemed pretty rhythmical as well! Thanks again!
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Aww, Rodeo! He's such a cutie! I agree with tinyliny, he does have a pretty balanced cadence, not always the case with gangly youngsters, sometimes they aren't real sure where their feet go lol!

He's looking great, how's he liking his new digs?

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Aww, Rodeo! He's such a cutie! I agree with tinyliny, he does have a pretty balanced cadence, not always the case with gangly youngsters, sometimes they aren't real sure where their feet go lol!

He's looking great, how's he liking his new digs?
Thanks MH!!!!! He loves his new place!!! He's getting upgraded to a nicer stall here shortly...he thinks he's on vacation tho, lol....BO's granddaughters go in the stall with him, and play with him, and brush him down and what not...so he loves it, he thinks he's a lady's man as well. The first night there, he ran through the electric fence, tripping, and somersaulting to a different pasture so he could be with the mares. LOL

We got everything all worked out though, he is now in with the mares when he's out, and knock on wood, we havent had any other issues!!
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I also agree, very cute mover...very flat and good cadence. Beautiful WP/trail/western riding prospect there.

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I also agree, very cute mover...very flat and good cadence. Beautiful WP/trail/western riding prospect there.
Thank you smrobs!!! He was bred for versatility, but she the breeder always thought he would be a good barrel horse, lol....he thinks he is a jumper....jumped the round bale the first place I had him at, and jumped, and then ran through the fence here at this place, lol
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