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        10-20-2008, 10:13 AM
      #11
    Weanling
    Well heres my update. Last lesson the rushing was very rare. He is soooooo soo soo soo much more balanced in hsi canter we were able to do varied sizes of circles and he was easily steered and focused. =D excellent

    As for him not being muscularly developed that's just not true. He does have the muscles for this as he has been longed and trained on the canter. He is capable now of carrying himself and doing quite well in the gait, he picks it up instantly and comes down from it as well. He's doing a lot better right now. We did a lot of work with figure 8s and smaller circles at the trot, he's doing so much better and its obvious that he's a little more supple. So i'll be continuing that work with him. As far as jumping goes, he's very focused on me when we begin and he's not hard to control at all, he's very good for me.

    So now that this little problem of mine is solved i'll be keeping him on this new basic workout i've got him going on. The training is definitely paying off on him.

    THanks for the help all
         
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        10-20-2008, 06:25 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    So glad to hear things are working out :)
         

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