Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Queensland, Australia.
If your issue is as bad as this and you fell off seven times at one show - you need to stop jumping. Clearly, there are major faults with your position and you are becoming VERY unbalanced.
I'd also suggest getting a trainer and chances are your flat-work could do with some work as well, if your legs can get this far back. I looked at your photos of you jumping your friends horse 3'6ft - your leg isn't secure there either.
Sorry, if I sound harsh. But with proper, disciplined training - your position will be much nicer and both you and your horse will be having a lot more fun.
Our horses reflect us, what we do in the saddle - our hands, our legs, our upper body, etc. So, once your position is nicer you will also find your horse moves and jumps much nicer as well.
Sir Success. Eventer.
2000 - 2013,
Last edited by ChingazMyBoy; 01-05-2012 at 09:11 PM.