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    10-01-2010, 02:02 PM
Originally Posted by My2Geldings    
Perfect occasion to start working without stirrups! With a broken toe I can't imagine it would feel good to work with stirrups. Years ago I rolled my ankle the day before a show. During the flat classes I always kept the side away from the judge out of the stirrup, because it hurt so much. Luckily the rest of the classes were without stirrups anyways so I was ok.

Stirrupless work sucks, but you gotta do it!
It actually felt way better to ride than it did to walk! I haven't worked yet withought stirrups, this was my third lessong (it only lasted half an hour because I got stuck in traffic -and lost- and was late) but when do you start working without stirrups? She and I were actually talking about riding bareback and she seemed pretty interested in using that once I 'master' posting.
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