Yeah, I wish I could upload the pics, but most of them were taken from a photographer...so I don't have them digitally (and I don't know how to upload them
Anyway, I know it's hard for me to explain to you without a reference, but what I consider his legs to look like when they are good is them even and brought higher up. I guess, according to my trainer, when they are bad he is only picking up one leg, almost like splitting them.
I don't mind pretty wise, like I said we just want to have fun, but I don't like being told he is a "dangerous" jumper. He has never once gotten us into an accident. I would like to ask my trainer this weekend if we can raise the jumps a bit, because I'm almost positive over the bigger jumps he will tuck better.
Maybe you guys can decipher what this means, but she said when she jabbed her spur into him he tucked...? Wouldn't that right there tell you he's just being lazy?
I have never been a timid rider, but with me being told that my horse could kill us both, that seems VERY exaggerated (I'm pretty sure it was
an exaggeration, he is NOT that bad, but sort of a dramatic thing to say if you ask me
And yes, I do ask my trainer these questions, but I want to see what you guys think!