Originally Posted by EventinginMI
It looks like you're having a great time! =] Just be careful that you don't let him choose the speed- it's hard to tell, but on a few jumps, it looked like you were asking him to slow down and he didn't want to. My horse got a few chances to rush jumps with a few other riders, and now, even though no one else rides him, he tests me and wants to rush once or twice. It's not fun if they really get into that habit.
yeah I agree, I don't ride him anymore, not saying I wont ride him again. Most people say theres not a lot you can do about it, just keep him collected, even his owner says he has trouble with him too. The video is a year old (i think) and recently he has had a tendon injury (from over-stretching himself), I don't know who was riding him at the time though. He's enjoying coming back into work though, him and his jumping :)