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post #21 of 81 Old 12-21-2009, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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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.
yeah i am upset
i know belive me i know not releasing will affect oscars jump. i have changed and have put a plait in oscars mane and i reach for the plait going over a jump.
i havent always been like that i just took two bad falls in february which totally knocked my confidence and i nearly gave up jumping altogether

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i HAVE read the thred. every single entry. hence why i said what i said. the videos are living proof of what i have said.


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Barnprincess, I for one appreciate your honesty - and defending the horse.
i dont lie. i dont try to hurt people's feelings but i will state what needs to be said. what do you expect some sugar coating 'lyke oh mee godd you look amahhhzing' NO i see some one who should not be jumping how high she is and same for the horse. im stating my concern for her as she could very well end up over the other side while her horse is on the opposite side of the fence.



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mane and i reach for the plait going over a jump.
i havent always been like that i just took two bad falls in february which totally knocked my confidence and i nearly gave up jumping altogether
well the falls should teach you something confidence gets knocked no doubt but you need to work from the beginning. work on your 2 point , xrails for a while. it takes time dont worry it just gets better.

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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
she wasn't being rude, she was concerned about your horse, and was suggesting that you have a vet look at him just in case, but seeing as you have already done this, it isn't an issue :). She isn't being mean or rude, she just wanted to make sure that your horse is going to be sound in a couple years.


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i HAVE read the thred. every single entry. hence why i said what i said. the videos are living proof of what i have said.




i dont lie. i dont try to hurt people's feelings but i will state what needs to be said. what do you expect some sugar coating 'lyke oh mee godd you look amahhhzing' NO i see some one who should not be jumping how high she is and same for the horse. im stating my concern for her as she could very well end up over the other side while her horse is on the opposite side of the fence.
you havnt read the part were i say NO CRITIQUE?
i thought this forum was meant to help people rather than knock you back each time?

thanks for your concern(!)

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okay well did you read what I wrote.. i said " i know you said no critique" .... i made suggestions based on what the videos showed. i dont want to cause a argument.

i just want to say one more thing.
i have a big horse. bigger than yours. her soundness is my #1 concern. big horses have a bigger rate for not being sound to do what you want for so long. if hes been jumping 3 yrs who knows how many times they jumped him and how high and how they maintained him. nothing to do with what you do now. but it all tolls up at one point.
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i HAVE read the thred. every single entry. hence why i said what i said. the videos are living proof of what i have said.




i dont lie. i dont try to hurt people's feelings but i will state what needs to be said. what do you expect some sugar coating 'lyke oh mee godd you look amahhhzing' NO i see some one who should not be jumping how high she is and same for the horse. im stating my concern for her as she could very well end up over the other side while her horse is on the opposite side of the fence.





well the falls should teach you something confidence gets knocked no doubt but you need to work from the beginning. work on your 2 point , xrails for a while. it takes time dont worry it just gets better.
you dont know how i fell do you? all you know my girth could have been too loose

doesnt get better asking for help on this

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oh my god girl listen to what people are telling you. stop being so defensive. being defensive makes the points even more factual.
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I honestly don't care if you've improved or not. But I'm posting this anyways.

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oooo i like those pictures ! great examples !
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oooo i like those pictures ! great examples !

The rider needs to smile!. .. I'll behave now.

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