Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southwestern Ontario, Canada
• Horses: 0
So in the middle of a line then?
Lines are built to include a bit of space for landing and taking off, appropriate to the height of the fence. So if you are having a problem with either getting long spots or chipping in, then you need to adjust BEFORE you go into the line. You also have to be prepared to adjust as soon as landing.
Like if you chip in to the first fence, you will need to push a bit to get the striding, or if you get get deep, you will most likely have to woah a smidge.
This is a rider problem, not a horse problem.
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