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    02-23-2010, 11:11 PM
  #11
Yearling
Haha EVIL! If you got a good eye make them do perfect circles!!!!!!!!!!! Lol there way easier said then done and I rein. You could ask for 3(or more) lead changes in a straight line. Maybe back over poles(safe?). I have a few more =}
     
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    02-25-2010, 11:48 PM
  #12
Weanling
For showmanship, trotting circles, trotting through serpentine cones. Short distances to trot.

For equitation, two-track, hand gallop, no irons.

For horsemanship, Here's a link to a pattern I did years ago that didn't look that hard, but had numerous sticky points in it. The pattern: lope left lead to two. Stop. 2 turns on the haunches, second one faster. Extended trot with two square corners. Extended lope at 3, circle right. Collect to regular lope to 4. Stop and back.


I've got a huge book of patterns I've collected from shows. If I think of any others I'll let you know.
     



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