01-27-2012, 06:19 PM
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I agree with foxy that is results are not yielded by "normal" methods, it is likely an imbalance in the rider which causes the horse to be unable to do something. I have a tight right hip, guess what issue I have when riding? Right lead canter.
It might be helpful for you to rife different horses and notice what issues you have that are the same on every horse, and then try to correct your own body.
6 months undersaddle is also not a very long time to build muscle required for a good canter. The combination of chipping away at correcting your imbalances and the horses is going to be painfully slow, riding other horses might be good for you just in the aspect of teaching your body to be straight.
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