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Tips on Jumping???

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        01-17-2010, 11:05 PM
    Originally Posted by PineMountDakota    
    Good I'm glad. Hopefully you will be lightyears ahead of where I was in the beginning for a loong time, constantly getting left behind and I didn't know why! At least your trainer tried to explain it to you. Good luck!
    Yeah I am in like love with my trainer !
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        01-22-2010, 10:53 PM
    -Quit while you're ahead.
    When I first started jumping I loved it so much that I just kept going and going and going. And consequently made my horse lame. That made me think twice about how much he was enjoying it. Which wasn't much.

    -End on a good note.

    -Always make sure you are straight before and after the jumps.

    -Don't look at the ground, because that's where you will end up.

    Welcome to the wonderful world of jumping, and enjoy!
        01-23-2010, 12:00 AM
    Oh that's a really good one!

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