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        07-25-2009, 02:25 AM
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    Weanling
    Murray and I -General position: Critique?

    Taken on Thrusday after Murray got a trim on his feet. Please critique on our general position. He normally stands spread out, which is odd (but we believe he was trained like that?). Thank you.

         
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        07-25-2009, 02:29 AM
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    Started
    You need to sit up straight, shoulders back and head up. Heels need to be down more. Also, turn your hands so they are thumbs up.

    He's cute! What is he? QH?
         
        07-25-2009, 10:40 AM
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    Yearling
    Hey there,
    Well compared to the other picture I would say that the overall seat has improved all tho it is a bit hard to say since your standing still.
    I do think the above poster has some good points, but I do not think the things mentioned are to drastic.
    Like I mentioned...your not in a moving gait, so from a comparison to the other photo, I think there is for sure some improvement
    Good for you and keep it up!
    HP
         
        07-27-2009, 04:00 PM
      #4
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by 1dog3cats17rodents    
    You need to sit up straight, shoulders back and head up. Heels need to be down more. Also, turn your hands so they are thumbs up.

    He's cute! What is he? QH?
    Thank you! He's a TB-QH. My head down seems to be a always-thing with me. We call it my "trademark". Thank you again!


    Quote:
    Originally Posted by HalfPass    
    Hey there,
    Well compared to the other picture I would say that the overall seat has improved all tho it is a bit hard to say since your standing still.
    I do think the above poster has some good points, but I do not think the things mentioned are to drastic.
    Like I mentioned...your not in a moving gait, so from a comparison to the other photo, I think there is for sure some improvement
    Good for you and keep it up!
    HP
    Thank you! Yeah, not much of movement. I'll have to find some action shots. I know we have some hiding somewhere. Or I'll just redo some. Thank you again.
         

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