10-19-2011, 04:53 AM
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He is a lovely looking horse with a nice movement.
My only suggestion would be, as you've pointed out yourself, to work on your position as that will help him greatly too with balance and knowing where to put himself.
Also, I find that if a young horse ignores the outside leg and rein, literally throw away the inside rein, keep your outside leg in position, not further back, and give him a boot there! I like that you're riding on the inside track too, so many people make the mistake of riding on the outside track and the horse relies on the school boards!
Just keep up the good work :)