10-08-2009, 12:28 AM
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Compete for yourself, not for anyone else.
Doesn't matter if your horse isn't rounding up, or performing as good as the next horse - you and there for yourself, to do your best :)
To get your horse to 'round up' - you need work your horse correctly, forward, impulsion, working from the hindquaters. The horse must be balanced, not rushing, not on the forehand, soft and supple. This can take days/weeks/months/years to achieve. Really depends.