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        10-24-2009, 10:04 AM
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    Yearling
    Riding Critique From The Show

    I was hoping to get a critique on my riding from the show last Sunday. I rode Thumper in Intro dressage A and B, and it turned out better than last time. I remember getting plenty of critiques on the line from your elbow to the bit, and I had been working on that, but somehow once I got in the arena everything that I had been working on about my position went down the drain :(. I just want to make sure that you guys know that I'm not completely disregarding everything you say!

    Here's the link to Thumper's photos...
    PhotoReflect - Kristine Fisher Photography - Hoofer Schooling Show Oct 09
    I'm probably going to buy lots of them- he looked so handsome :). Unfortunately I couldn't finish his braids, which is why I was thankful that it was just a schooling show, LOL. He still looked handsome <3.
    Aaand then I rode Bailey, my instructor's 26-year-old gelding, in Training Level 4, 2-foot jumpers, and 2'6" jumpers. Jumper's are definitely not my thing, lol. Sadly there were no hunters or equitation courses in this show :'(. I'm not really drawn to the speed classes, more the 'perfect course'.
    Anyway here's the link to Bailey's pictures. My friend's mom, who part-leases Bailey, was kind enough to lend me her dressage saddle! It was SUCH a nice saddle, and I was glad to be riding in a dressage saddle, and not my instructor's jump saddle :).
    Anyway, here's the link to the pictures:
    PhotoReflect - Kristine Fisher Photography - Hoofer Schooling Show Oct 09
    And the little pink think sticking out of his mouth is in fact his tongue . He's not trying to avoid the bit, it's just how he rolls :). A couple things that I noticed were that I need to release WAY more- in a couple pictures I didn't release at all- and I need to work on jumping ahead- I was doing that in a majority of the photos. Thanks in advance!
         
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        10-24-2009, 11:03 AM
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    Weanling
    Hands up
    Toes in
    Wrap your legs round him better
    Try not to lean to one side
    Don't force your heels down to badly its causing a chair seat
    Y0u need to be putting your heels down evenly, your left goes down further/sharper
    Straight line from elbow to bit!
    What happened to his ear =]?
         
        10-24-2009, 11:05 AM
      #3
    Weanling
    Im much to tired to commrnt on the jumping ones, maybe later, his tongue in adorable
    esp in pic 9
         
        10-24-2009, 11:07 AM
      #4
    Weanling
    Basicly you need to jump like you are in pic 17-18 except looking forward with a release

    Is that braid a release point?

    And for the flat work, remember long arms short reins
         
        10-24-2009, 06:29 PM
      #5
    Yearling
    Okay, thanks for the critique! I'll definitely work on not forcing my heels down and getting them even :). Yeah it is- my instructor did that right before I rode lol.
    When Thumper was younger, another horse bit the tip of his ear off, and that's why it's like that.
         

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