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        07-31-2010, 10:58 AM
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    HELP - Working in an outline!!

    Hi

    I have a 15hh Connemara X 5 year old, he is working well on the flat and jumping, but now I wanted to start bringing him into an outline...

    In halt he understands the concept of 'being on the bit' but when he walks his head just goes straight back up....

    I currently have my friend's Harbridge (training aid) and am going to start working him in that...

    Any information about this would be great pleasee....

    Thanks :)
         
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        08-01-2010, 11:30 PM
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    Trained
    Read the June, July and August issues of Equus magazine. There is a series of articles about the neck that will shine tons of light onto what you're trying to achieve.
         

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