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    07-02-2011, 01:23 AM
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pep
Foal
Smile New barn

Sorry if this is on the wrong forum thingy

So I know it's not like anybody really cares about this but meh,so today I switched to a new barn and it was my first lesson there and it was really fun, every time I got over the jump my instructor raised the bar until it got to 2'9 because that's the highest the horse could jump, I found it awesome that in my first lesson at my new barn I jumped 2'9 and at my old barn which I was at for over a year just screamed at you and I only ever jumped 2'3 there, and That was like 8 ,months ago, haha. So yeah like I said it's not like anyone cares but I just felt like rambling
     
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    07-02-2011, 01:29 AM
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Weanling
That's great! I know how much fun it is to finally go up a notch in jumping. Obviously you fit in well with the program, and the coach thinks you have some ability. Hopefully you'll have many fun lessons to come!
     
    07-02-2011, 01:33 AM
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pep
Foal
Haha thanks, and yeah it was really fun to go up because lately I've had beginners in my lessons and we just did little x-rails haha
     

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