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post #1 of 16 Old 07-30-2012, 08:52 AM Thread Starter
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novice stadium round

here is a video of our novice stadium round from yesterday !
We arent perfect, but its our first novice, so I can't complain =]


Thanks for watching, feel free to critique if you want to.
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post #2 of 16 Old 07-31-2012, 07:25 PM
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Great round =)

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post #3 of 16 Old 08-01-2012, 04:01 PM
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Well the video was really skippy for me, I don't think it loaded correctly on my computar, BUT, from what I can see you guys look great! I would stay more forward through the whole course though, not sitting down, just slightly standing out of the saddle and leaning a tad bit forward. Also, make sure your horse doesnt speed up right before the jump, I am training Candy out of that habit as well. Great job not leaning forward toward the jump, and keeping your leg solid, although you could stay out of the saddle just a teeeeny bit longer going over the jump.

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Fantastic job, you look wonderful!!

Those jumps looks pretty high for novice...

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^^ actually they were low for novice ! Novice is 2'11" here

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Good job! I really like how you used all the corners, cool jumps!
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Good job! I really like how you used all the corners, cool jumps!
thanks =]

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Well the video was really skippy for me, I don't think it loaded correctly on my computar, BUT, from what I can see you guys look great! I would stay more forward through the whole course though, not sitting down, just slightly standing out of the saddle and leaning a tad bit forward. Also, make sure your horse doesnt speed up right before the jump, I am training Candy out of that habit as well. Great job not leaning forward toward the jump, and keeping your leg solid, although you could stay out of the saddle just a teeeeny bit longer going over the jump.
lol im actually working on staying back and more in the saddle =]

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VERY nice!!! I love your horse, so pretty and scopey!! Nice job!

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thanks =]

She's actually off right now and I don't know why =[

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