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        11-15-2009, 10:01 PM
    ^ Yup, normally people in snaffles don't even get a look in. It was refreshing this weekend, I actually got equal first in best educated hack in a snaffle - It was a make your own workout class, so I did the usual - Leg yeilding, simple change through walk, flying change, then added my own spin - PROPER FAST gallop into a haunch turn, then gallop to stop and back up. Tued with a friend on her dressage horse in a double - Judge mentioned we were different ends of the spectrum but both great workouts. I was in a stock saddle too - Felt good scoring one for the bushier riders!
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        11-15-2009, 10:11 PM
    Good work!!! Wish I had come but I had a clinic with trevor Moriss- that's the awesome thing about my mare- although only being a TB I do a typical syd work out trot left/right - extend up the diagonal- canter both ways with a fly and halt back up. From there we go halt to canter- spin both ways in figure eight. Halt, back up, rollback and free walk! Works a charm!

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