He wasn't crossing over very well in the front. What I do with my horses when I teach a pivot is I turn them 1/4 then ride off. When they get really good at that then I turn them 1/2 then ride off. By riding off it keeps the hindquarters engaged because they expect to be ridden off. I do this untill I can turn a full circle. Whenever they feel like thier coming apart I ride them off. Other than that he seems pretty good. Consistency is your best friend so riding every day will go a long way with this guy. He's a nice big good lookin horse too.
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