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        03-15-2011, 08:45 AM
      #11
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by DiamondsMyLady    
    he does gets very hotted up at times, which is probably why I was holding him back/not releasing enough. Thanks for the suggestions for things to do to help work through this (:

    I forgot to put my stirrups up after I was warming him up, and didn't notice until you pointed it out! I'll try not to forget next time :P

    Thanks for putting everything into really good detail, and describing ways to fix them.

    I'll try to get a photo/video of us jumping higher, but I don't want to go above 70cm until I know that he is fit enough to do it.

    Again, you've been really helpful (:
         
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        03-15-2011, 08:48 AM
      #12
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by gypsygirl    
    great critique diamonds ! I lovemyhorsies, you look like a good rider, and I like your general position and angles [couldnt watch the video though, it wouldnt load !]

    I do not think that jump is unsafe. If the pony bumps it, it will simply fall over.
    thankyou (:

    Strange about the video.. if I go riding tomorrow i'll try get a better one.
         
        03-15-2011, 12:34 PM
      #13
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by kcscott85    
    Diamonds, you're right in that cross country jumps are even more dangerous than that homemade jump, but the OP says that the two of them haven't jumped in a very long time. A cross country jump isn't just something you do randomly, it takes alot of practice to be able to ride cross country safely.


    Actually, a properly constructed SC jump is not even close to more dangerous than the set up the OP has shown us. The OP's set up will travel with the horse and likely trip them up should they have an issue with it.
         
        03-15-2011, 01:05 PM
      #14
    Trained
    Ilovemyhorsies, a good way to practice your release is on the flat. Get in 2point and trot and canter around practicing moving your hands up the neck and then back to normal. You can also practice doing this over poles before you jump again.

    I know a lot of people who ONLY jump xc type fences, I see nothing wrong with it especially if they are low.
         
        03-15-2011, 01:35 PM
      #15
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by kelley horsemad    
    Actually, a properly constructed SC jump is not even close to more dangerous than the set up the OP has shown us. The OP's set up will travel with the horse and likely trip them up should they have an issue with it.
    I meant "XC" not "SC"... for cross country...
         

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