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    07-04-2011, 01:12 AM
  #11
Green Broke
Ok this is the one I always did at shows. I know its not great but im on my laptop and the program was being mean. So it would be outside line on the left, then diagonal that starts on the right side (pointing left), Then go up the out side line on the right, Finishing off with the diagonal on the left (pointing right)

OOPS!! My arrows are facing the wrong way on the secound outside line. Sorry my bad.
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    07-06-2011, 03:20 PM
  #12
Banned
Man I feel you on this one! Sadly where I can put my jumps are limited, so its up to me to give him a bit of creativness before jumping. I bring the jazz on flat work. *As for the lessons- I only take a lesson when I need to advance. I take the lesson and do it exactly the same everytime untill its perfect at home. Which usually takes me 2 soild weeks. And I don't really have a trainer either the "lessons" are from my friend who actaully takes them then teaches me. It is dangerous, but I always have my mum (she is a vet) watching me. You know about all the normal safety. And unless your jumping 4ft or over- a trainer isnt really needed, in my opinion. (People have been jumping their horses for centuries without a trainer)

Super interested in this post! Happy Riding!
     
    07-06-2011, 08:34 PM
  #13
Started
Thankyou

Ok people, I have been taking lessons since I was 5, stopped last year and now go to pony club once a month.
I also have someone giving me flat lessons every wednesday
     

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