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        04-03-2013, 10:36 PM
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    Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
    Sounds like a lot of fun! I've been toying around with that idea myself for quite awhile. My big mare knows a fair bit but that's one thing I've never done. You're recap makes me really want to look into a bit harder.

    I totally agree with paying for the pain. If you don't hurt, you didn't do it right.
    I would recommend it for anyone.
    Riding western all my life and even riding with trainers, body position was not something that was ever harped on. I got a different perspective from the lesson and getting the same or better result.

    Plus riding by myself all the time! I ended up turning down a riding job a few months ago and so I am still riding alone. So even having someone watching and giving input is a help if that is the very least I got out of it :)
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