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        12-02-2012, 10:37 PM
    The Renomuffin

    Please note: I am not looking for critique on the rider here, as it is not me riding. If I can get my mother to understand the camera, I'll post videos of one of my lessons later on.

    A few little tidbits before you tear my horse apart ;D
    - 4yo off track Thoroughbred
    - 5 starts before being dumped at a rescue
    - Hasn't had anyone on him for approximately two years (now 2 months under saddle).
    - He was being a fidgety snot because there were more people around than usual.

    I know he's definitely not perfect. He can't really bend very well yet, but it's being worked on, along with relaxing him and getting him to stop throwing his head up (was way worse last month). Basically want some general critique on his movement. Soon, my pretty, mommy shall ride you.

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        12-02-2012, 11:43 PM
    I only wathced a few minutes, but he looks like a very nice horse with good, rythmic movement. I bet you'll have a great future with him!
        12-02-2012, 11:44 PM
    Thank you. I know it's so long...the other one where he kept being a jerk was 16 minutes long XD
        12-05-2012, 06:07 PM
    I like his expression he has and his interest in what he is doing. Looks to be a good future with him. He has nice energy and a nice trot.
        12-09-2012, 12:26 AM
    I like this horse a lot! For the amount of training he's had, he's doing really well - nice tempo at the trot and he seems like he has a pretty good brain! I like his movement at the trot. I think this horse is going to do really well :)
    What do you want to do with him?

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