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    11-06-2012, 07:24 AM
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Foal
how long till good enough for walk/trot equitation?

Okay guys, I really need help. (considering my instructor doesn't help much.) I'm really sorry I don't have any pictures of me riding, lol this'll be hard then sorry. I don't know how much more I'll have to practice to be ready for walk/trot equitation. Can you tell me? Sorry this'll be hard. I keep my heel down, leg on, stirrups on the balls of my feet, back straight, and a very balanced seat. (don't want to sound conceited or anything!) But at the trot, I somehow post too high (how can you do that?!?!) and I can't keep my heels down. I don't get left behind that much anymore, but sometimes still do. I figure it'll take me about another year or two to get this right, but just wanted to see what you think.
     
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    11-11-2012, 12:15 PM
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Yearling
First of all, maybe it would benefit you to find a different instructor if at all possible? Since you pay instructors to help you.

Is there any way you could post pictures of you riding? Maybe set up a camera in the arena or have a friend do it.

I also had a problem with posting too high, so I feel your pain!

I really can't say anything concrete unless you post pictures. Of course you can show whenever you want to, but showing and doing well is another thing.
     

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