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        10-26-2010, 08:33 PM
      #21
    Green Broke
    oct 25,2010
    So its been a little over a week since I gt out to ride outlaw with homecoming and powderpuff it was just a very busy week. Well I finally got out to ride and I was expecting a pain in the rear end overly energetic arabian lol . What did I get a very good boy is what! I was super surprised he did't try to take off or anything he even western pleasure jogged for a bit he was very good. He has come such a long way.. he has learned to give to pressure the second he feels it he drops his head its awsome im very proud of him.
         
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        10-29-2010, 12:04 AM
      #22
    Green Broke
    Oct 28,2010
    Went out again today and worked on turning today he started to use his hind end way more and towards the end stopped dropping his shoulder as much. He was being super good. Also found my ribbon pair partner haha.. my friend lauren who is riding riverbend and I were practicing today and our horses have almost the same gates and stay together pretty well cause riv is in love with outlaw :] . Also I will probably be riding outlaw in the christmas parade this year as well :] He is deffiantely getting in better shape I am so happpy I have pictures and videos of him working today but I lost my camera cord so I have to get my moms laptop lol
         
        11-01-2010, 09:43 PM
      #23
    Green Broke
    Here are the pictures from last friday.
    Him being a brat

    Trotting

    Cantering he was a bit hard to turn today but was still trying his best.


         
        11-16-2010, 11:16 PM
      #24
    Green Broke
    So I have switched to the fullcheek snaffle just to see if he prefers it. I have been working really hard on his stop and it is deffiantely paying off. Everyone at our last gymkhana commented on how they were scared to death of how fast I was letting him go that he wouldnt stop but quickly saw that I had compete control over him. It deffiantely made my day :] He got me a 23 on barrels and we placed in all but I think 1 or 2 patterns he even hauled butt in hurry scurry :} I love my boy he is coming so far. Now we just have to work on being able to compete in the snaffle :]
         
        12-16-2010, 07:54 PM
      #25
    Green Broke
    December 16,2010
    Ok so an update from the past month or so. Outlaw did not work better in the full cheek instead worse so we are sticking with the Dring. We had the november gymkhana which he did really well in I was very proud. I am switching trainers officially. Although I am now out of riding for some time. I injured my back and am not allowed to ride so I will be doing TONS of ground work and solidifying outlaws stop and voice commands and playing with him teaching him tricks and such. He is currently in pretty good shape :] and hopeully I can keep him this way even though I wont be riding him.

         

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