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post #41 of 43 Old 10-13-2010, 09:38 AM
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After watching another I find that she may be training the horse to walk on its back legs a few trots.... like some of the trained horse with the three rings!! Circus!
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post #42 of 43 Old 10-13-2010, 10:01 AM
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Originally Posted by ImagineThat View Post
I didn't say the 2 videos were the same. I said they are pretty much on the same level to me.
Regardless of if you understand what I mean....... I went to the actual video, and this girl has a jillion videos. Including this one, different pony, same ole girl provoking bad behaviour. If you can't see that she has this pony's head cranked to his chest while kicking.... then I don't know what to tell you. And the few times he goes forward, she freaking pulls on him.

Watch at about 45 seconds and on.

She may be able to stick to the saddle like velcro, but it certainly doesn't mean she's a good horsewoman. Oh, and if I am reading correctly, she is "breaking" the pony in the original video.... so maybe she is the one who created the problem after all. (note that I said maybe, if I read correctly, please)

YouTube - Marcy [ Breaking Stallion - GetOffMyBack ]
She is a good horse woman she is trying to keep the head pulled back thats is what she trying to get the horse to understand no head forward they have different standards than western pleasure riding... etc... if she feels that that head is going to far forward she will pull back.... which the horse has to understand all this... its a lot of commotion to train theses horses...
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post #43 of 43 Old 10-13-2010, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Speed Racer View Post

Do y'all feel better and more superior for having ripped on a video of some child you don't even know?
I believe in the beginning this thread was started for exactly the purpose stated above. There were many educational posts that followed and the thread became something that could have been used as a learning tool. However at this point in time, with the addition of many other videos, it's time to close the thread.

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