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    10-20-2011, 03:57 AM
Eep! Nearly wiped out my YO!

Had my riding lesson last night, and just couldn't get my concentration right at first, and boy did Duffy know it!
My YO was teaching, I was riding at the same time. Figures of eight are my best friend at the moment to help with her bending, however as we passed over X, she stepped over towards my YO!! Not once, but twice! Afterwards I got a stern talking to. It went along the lines of... your horse is over 180cm, I am not. Please watch out for us little people haha!

Apart from that, FINALLY cracked Duffy's cantering! Followed my dad's mare as we're hoping to do the Christmas Quadrille, in which I will have to lead/follow horses in walk trot and canter. Walk and trot no problems, but we gave the canter a go tonight. Andddd she was brilliant!! Really sat back on her haunches, and stayed behind my dad's horse, who was at a pretty fast canter trying to get away ;)

Anyone else had near misses???

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