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    04-10-2009, 12:06 AM
What can you do...

This is sort of a follow-up to my last post. Stay with me, here. Let's all say I've got a horse boarding at my place for the summer, that has been rented out to me. On a thirty-five acre property that is mostly woodland, what can an intermediate Western rider do, aside from explore what trails there are and browse the property on horseback?
There are a few grassy fields, and an open dirt clearing that really isn't very large. Any suggestions/opinions?
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    04-10-2009, 12:24 AM
There is no limit to what you can do. Lope circles and work on responsiveness in the grass clearings and dirt area. Work on bending around trees, walk through deadfall to help them with foot placement, jump over downed trees, etc. There is no limit if you use your imagination.

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