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        05-27-2007, 02:49 AM

    I took Rambo to a showhunter the other day, Mum was there to film the 70cm and 70cm equitation, (i also did 80 and 90 which went a LOT better than my first 70 round -_-)
    But I just thought I'd put it up and ask your opinion? I know there's a lot of things I need to work on- I look down alot and I still have the sticky elbow problem, but yesss..
    And um the reason why I sort of collapse on his neck at the end of the first round is because I lost my stirrup. =S
    Basically that whole first round was not exactly the best, but the equitation went well- it included a stop, so Rambo was happy. =P
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        05-27-2007, 08:42 AM
    It seemed pretty windy from the looked overall pretty good but you should probably work on him cantering the whole way and not breaking.And its good that you didnt fall off when you lost your stirrup but you should probably do some no stirrup work so that you don't have to rely on them to keep you up.good job
        05-28-2007, 12:29 AM
    Lol yeh thanks, he broke once in that first round but in the 2nd he was only meant to trot. =P And yus I do plan on doing plenty of non stirrup work..unless most I actually quite like it. XD

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