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        11-01-2009, 10:13 PM
      #31
    Showing
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by charliBum    
    yeah hahahaha im like nah jumping easy peasy nasky, dooo et, silly flat work people haha

    This attitude (jump now, think about maybe flatting later.. maybe) will get you nowhere fast in the jumping world.
         
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        11-01-2009, 10:55 PM
      #32
    Weanling
    Oh noes!! Im sorry for a sence of humor!

    And uhh, Im doing quite well in the jumping world round these parts.

    You don't know me, the sarcasm is quite clear (I thought) in there.
         
        11-01-2009, 10:59 PM
      #33
    Weanling
    I wasnt her first jump ever, she did go over cross rails, you guys are so serious, I don't go flying over horses necks when they slam on the breaks lol.
    I get angry when people assume im putting horses and rider in awkward positions, Its not all taht great, I am taking in all the information given in terms of advice, but no people saying im putting MY BESTEST FRIEND EVER! In danger, she wasnt in danger at all. Sorry for retaliating against your analniss
         
        11-01-2009, 11:12 PM
      #34
    Weanling
    At the very beginning, low enough to trot over

         
        11-02-2009, 02:01 AM
      #35
    Yearling
    JDI, I completely agree.
    Charlibum, you asked for advice, even placed in the title "tear me apart" and yet you cannot take the simplest of advice.
    Then again you try to shell it out like you know it all too... there seems to be a lot these teenage/young adult "knowitalls" on here.
    If you're coming onto forum to ask for advice/critique, you should be prepared that not all opinions will suit your own. And that's fine, you can ignore those opinions. However, when you argue the point back and be rude about it, it's not only going to end up trailing OFF the topic at hand, but make your future attempts for critique ignored/met with negativity. I checked out several of your threads, and see that you ask for advice but seem to hardly follow up on it. Why bother? I could totally respect someone who posts for advice but improves in at least something, or at least tries, but your signals for attention are foolish and only going to end up with people continuously pointing out what you need to fix. It's up to you to take that on board, or forever "joke" or defend yourself in these threads.

    Onto the photos at hand. I agree with everyone else. You need to come back and solidfy your seat. You're far too out of your tack. You also need to work on your release as your hands have slipped too far down your horse's neck. It's good to see you looking ahead however, as that is usually a big fault of most jumpers. I personally think the jumps need to be made smaller in order for you and your horses to improve your styles.

    I wish you all the luck. Nice to see I'm not the only one suffering with a ton of grass at the moment too.

    Chelle x
         
        11-02-2009, 02:31 AM
      #36
    Showing
    ohmyitschelle, I completely agree. To the OP - you asked for a harsh critique and you're getting it.
    I won't bother with a critique to the OP because I don't see her taking much of our advice to heart.


    And totally jealous of the "grass problem" - yes, you must be suffering
         
        11-02-2009, 04:15 AM
      #37
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by JustDressageIt    
    ohmyitschelle, I completely agree. To the OP - you asked for a harsh critique and you're getting it.
    I won't bother with a critique to the OP because I don't see her taking much of our advice to heart.


    And totally jealous of the "grass problem" - yes, you must be suffering

    LOL!!! Yes we're suffering... was complaining about not having enough... now I have too much and a very fat ginger horse that's now on lock up before she explodes from a grass belly!!!!
    It seems to be a trend at the moment on here, quite a few others asking for advice and then shoving it back in your face. Wasting their time really.
         

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