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post #1 of 3 Old 08-08-2013, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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My trainers horse

So, I am currently looking for a trainer for me and my new mare. Bu it is very difficult to find one who is not riding only with their hands and sharp spurs :/ So I found this one, and I am about to get a training from er, she seems nice. Although I think she uses her hands a little too much. Not harsh, not sharp, not "left-right-left-right", but just thta the reins are almost always moving, even thouh just a tiny bit. And it seems to me she focuses a lot on the head position.

Well I have been riding alone for years, and maybe I just created too conservative style, with one gram maximal on the reins, and that I don't focus on the head position, I thought it will come itself when the horseis ridden well.. But there is NO-ONE in the area who thinks the way I do. So I started thinking maybe I am wrong.

I found a video showing a horse the trainer prepared from his 3 years. Until recently. There is a 12 yo girl riding him on a championshipod children. She does no longer train them. I think the girl needs a lotmore practise, but, still, who doesnt? But the horse seems well trained to me and that heonly pickes his head due to sharp hand of the rider. And that he is on the bit corrwctly, not hiding behind vertical and going away from the contact. What do you think?

M

And here second level dressage with the same hors, different rider.

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I think the horse does very nicely - especially since the rider can't seem to hold her hands still, he is a very good and tolerant horse it seems like.

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So, I am currently looking for a trainer for me and my new mare. Bu it is very difficult to find one who is not riding only with their hands and sharp spurs :/ So I found this one, and I am about to get a training from er, she seems nice. Although I think she uses her hands a little too much. Not harsh, not sharp, not "left-right-left-right", but just thta the reins are almost always moving, even thouh just a tiny bit. And it seems to me she focuses a lot on the head position.

Well I have been riding alone for years, and maybe I just created too conservative style, with one gram maximal on the reins, and that I don't focus on the head position, I thought it will come itself when the horseis ridden well.. But there is NO-ONE in the area who thinks the way I do. So I started thinking maybe I am wrong.

I found a video showing a horse the trainer prepared from his 3 years. Until recently. There is a 12 yo girl riding him on a championshipod children. She does no longer train them. I think the girl needs a lotmore practise, but, still, who doesnt? But the horse seems well trained to me and that heonly pickes his head due to sharp hand of the rider. And that he is on the bit corrwctly, not hiding behind vertical and going away from the contact. What do you think?

M

And here second level dressage with the same hors, different rider.
I think they look absolutely lovely. That rider is so talented for her age! I could have only dreamed to have had that much training when I was 12. Beautiful horse as well, tho I will admit im bias to chestnuts with stockings and a blaze like our filly
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