Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Liverpool, England
I do think you need to sit her back a little more on her hind end, so that she's more adjustable underneath you coming to a fence, I like her a lot though!
Things like related distances will come more naturally and be easier to tackle if you have a canter which is like a ball bouncing along, so you feel her haunches beneath you with all of the power, and you can lengthen or shorten the distance of the bounce, while keeping the same rhythm and impulsion... I don't know if that came off clear but... :) basically, keeping a good constant rhythm around the entire course is what I think is the most important thing, since if the canter is good enough, the jumps will come to you
Great horse and REALLY great riding, particularly for only 18months! :O