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        06-26-2010, 09:11 PM
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    Ok... I tried to follow advice. Hoping I made some progress. I sped him up a little bit because I was more worried about getting his rear underneath him. I did screw up in one of these pix, you'll see him really heavy on the forehand. I completely forgot about the training fork. I know I said I'd remove it. How about tomorrow?

    Is this any better at all? (I threw an english trot in there too for a quick critique)....


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        06-26-2010, 09:33 PM
      #12
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    The pix are a little fuzzy and lopsided. I'll try to get husband to take some but it's hard to drag him away from his military channel....
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