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    04-26-2009, 03:56 PM
  #111
Yearling
Here is moo refusing
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    04-26-2009, 04:00 PM
  #112
Trained
At least you stayed on!

But instead of getting angry at Moo for refusing - ask yourself what was it that you could of possibly done, to cause the refusal.

90% - 99% of refusals is rider error.

Moo is sure teaching you to sit deep!
     
    04-26-2009, 04:05 PM
  #113
Yearling
Haha **** right I do sit deep in the 4 and a half years of moo, 1 fall (so far! Lol) But that one was in fact moo in my opinion, it was quite a 'dirty' one. I did the usual presenting moo to the jump, good approach, rhythm, active, good stride, extra leg and slam on the brakes but it was the first time on grass in a while so I wasn't to fussy
     
    04-26-2009, 04:12 PM
  #114
Trained
Did you do that tripple bar to your right?

Well - Moo sure is teaching you allot! Definitely not a horse who covers your patunk - which in my opinion, makes one a much better/effective/solid rider in the long run!
     
    04-26-2009, 04:20 PM
  #115
Yearling
No the triple bar wasn't in the course

She usually does cover my patrunk like the 1st picture on the 1st page but she has taught me a heck doodle of a lot about keeping my ass firmly in the saddle I have had quite a few nearlys from various things, but the one fall was from the walk
     
    04-26-2009, 04:24 PM
  #116
Trained
Nelson sure has taught me allot.

He is a serious competator and I've never had him refuse a fence if I were riding correctly. But there are those days where I can be slack, or I make 1 movement in my body - where he either leaps the fence like a super hero, or he stops.

I've had 2 mihaps on him. One was when I as schooling over a Trak - causing me to come out of the saddle and landing oddly, where one foot was still in the iron. And another where he stopped and I flew over him - ending up with a metal jump cup embedded in my arm.

That is why I stress sitting deep, legs wrapped around girth -because we need to support our horses to the fence at all times - Nelson, taught me that!

So blessed be those horses, who teach us!
     
    04-26-2009, 04:32 PM
  #117
Yearling
Ouch cup in your arm, but yeah :) I love my pony, she taught both me and my sister to ride

Here is us jumping it nicely today :) and yes my position is pretty poor but I was thinking more about a release then my legs
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    04-26-2009, 04:53 PM
  #118
Trained
Lol - I posted pictures of my horse covering my (_!_)!


Yeah, I look over at my right arm and I have a permentant scar to remind me of my error.

Live and learn!
     
    04-26-2009, 07:42 PM
  #119
Yearling
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Originally Posted by moomoo    
Here is moo refusing
Haha I love Moomoo, she is adorable and kinda sounds like my old man Spider, he taught me a few lessons
     
    05-02-2009, 05:54 AM
  #120
Yearling
Kai crashed into 10A twice :S we were so close to the end of the round!

The rebuilt it but we demolished it again... :(


But he was a star otherwise... fullset here... http://pintopony.piczo.com/hawkesbur...linkvar=000044
     

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