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post #11 of 81 Old 12-21-2009, 06:23 PM
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no critique but you shouldent be jumping that kind of height with that kind of position with no release especially, its a saftey thing not just critique


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If there was damage to the leg the pin-firing helps the ligiment heal faster and better. Every year hundreds of racehorses undergo a procedure called thermo-cauterisation - commonly known as pinfiring. It is a crude, painful leg operation that involves the insertion of red-hot needles through the skin to burn the damaged tendon or ligament. The purpose is to stimulate an inflammatory response around the injury and thereby enable a horse with damaged and bruised limbs to continue taking the knocks and bruises as they perform. its also banned in the UK and ireland..
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he also looks very uptight in the canter under saddle with you.

also look at 2.15 in that second one too, you dont move your hands foward at all.

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what happened to his leg ???


and im sorry but i havvee to say this, comming from a jumper, and all, please work on your position over smaller jumps. its not fair to the horse . =/ overall you dont look horrible. but you NEED a release big time. and approaching the jumps needs some work too. i hope you dont get upset im not trying to upset you i just want to say what i see.
this is NOT a critique thread! go up to the top of the page and please read what ive written. i KNOW what ive done wrong. those vids ARE old so stop critiqing

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lol okkkayy then. some ones a bit defensive . you need to get new vids then .
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no critique but you shouldent be jumping that kind of height with that kind of position with no release especially, its a saftey thing not just critique


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If there was damage to the leg the pin-firing helps the ligiment heal faster and better. Every year hundreds of racehorses undergo a procedure called thermo-cauterisation - commonly known as pinfiring. It is a crude, painful leg operation that involves the insertion of red-hot needles through the skin to burn the damaged tendon or ligament. The purpose is to stimulate an inflammatory response around the injury and thereby enable a horse with damaged and bruised limbs to continue taking the knocks and bruises as they perform. its also banned in the UK and ireland..
yeah i know im well aware of what it is and were its banned! i sure as hell didnt choose for him to get it done! everytime i see the scars i can only guess the amount of pain he must have been in

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lol okkkayy then. some ones a bit defensive . you need to get new vids then .
I think she's just a little upset because she's asking about her horse's jumping style, not her riding. And she probably knows that her position will probably affect the horse's jump, but as she said these are old videos and she may have improved since then.


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im just letting you know. have you had a vet look at him to make sure he's going to be alright jumping these heights ? long run is really what should matter. he may end up dead lame in 2 yrs. im not being mean or rude i'm just trying to educate.
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this is NOT a critique thread! go up to the top of the page and please read what ive written. i KNOW what ive done wrong. those vids ARE old so stop critiqing
I've tried that before, my posistions improved, they are old, until you realize wait I'm going to come off and hurt myself, or I'm hurting my horse. I learnt the hard way, I was to far up my horses neck, wasn't holding a stable leg. Bang, I flew straight over my jump. Then I didn't even jump for a month just holding my 2 - point on flat, then started from the beginning. Its not critique, its advice.

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I've tried that before, my posistions improved, they are old, until you realize wait I'm going to come off and hurt myself, or I'm hurting my horse. I learnt the hard way, I was to far up my horses neck, wasn't holding a stable leg. Bang, I flew straight over my jump. Then I didn't even jump for a month just holding my 2 - point on flat, then started from the beginning. Its not critique, its advice.

thank you.

i truthfully wasen't trying to hurt your feelings . im sorry if i did. just trying to be helpful .
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im just letting you know. have you had a vet look at him to make sure he's going to be alright jumping these heights ? long run is really what should matter. he may end up dead lame in 2 yrs. im not being mean or rude i'm just trying to educate.

the vets have looked at him and hes 100% in every way

thanks for your concern but hes had this over 3 years and since then hes been jumping and hes perfect

any horse could end up dead lame in 2 yrs
you are being mean and rude and your not educating anyone! you obviosly havnt read the start of the thread at all

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Barnprincess, I for one appreciate your honesty - and defending the horse.

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