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Tips for improving canter stride?

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        04-09-2009, 09:17 PM
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    MIEventer, I actually have made some progress on shoeing alone. When I first got Puck, he was my first horse, so I didn't have a clue about much. I used a farrier who was recommended to me by someone else. It didn't look right to me, and after two close nails on separate occasions, and then an abcess, I switched to a more expensive guy. I noticed a difference the very first shoeing. He's coming out again next week, so I will talk to him about it and see if there's any further modifications he can make.

    I'm going to see if I can get someone to videotape us or at least get some conformations pics posted tomorrow.
         
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        04-09-2009, 09:26 PM
      #12
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    I want to see pictures of you riding. Or video footage of the two of you in action.
         
        04-19-2009, 05:09 PM
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    I finally was able to put up some pics of Puck on the critique forum. More conformation stuff than riding, but if you guys can take a look and let me know if you see anything that would outright cause a short canter stride. The only telling thing I see about myself is that I'm inclined forward which I'm sure is contributing. The critique thread is labeled Puck Pics. I think it's on page 4.
         

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