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  1. englishrider
    02-21-2010 12:54 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    awesome!!!
  2. englishrider
    02-21-2010 12:41 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    Hey Shauna you can check out me 'n' triplecrowngirl contest in the contest section! I think you may have a few good pics to enter!
  3. Kayty
    02-20-2010 08:01 PM - permalink
    Kayty
    If she does it at home too, you need to first get her engaged and over her back. So millions of transitions (literally millions! I rarely spend more than a circle or diagonal line in the same gait, or at the same tempo, on a circle you want to be constantly asking for a little more, a little less, a little more. Then a little flexion left, a little flexion right, left right. Always testing her suppleness and self carriage. Teach her leg yield and shoulder in to start getting her used to the concept of working into the outside rein and being 'through'.

    Throughness is a very hard concept to explain in person, let alone over the net so you really need to get a good, highly regarded dressage coach to help you out with it. I find in Australia, there are not many riders who have their horse genuinely through, they seem to just 'fake it' at competitions.
  4. Kayty
    02-20-2010 08:00 PM - permalink
    Kayty
    Hi Shauna,

    Ok in dressage the inside rein is only there for a little bit of lateral flexion and should be used only when the horse is not bending from your inside leg and hip. I like to have my horses working so that I can move a hip slightly forward and the horse will flex lightly to that side.

    Does your mare always travel with her head to the outside? Or was it only at the show? because it's common for horses that havent been out much to looking to the outside of the arena when they are learning the ropes.

    To combat the problem if it is just at shows, bring your inside reins slightly up towards your belly button, ride with a very strong inside leg and position your inside hip slightly forward. The inside rein is not to be used as a constant pressure and should be no where near as strong as the outside rein. Just 'feel' it and that should be enough.
  5. XxFUDGEISTHEBOMBxX
    02-19-2010 10:53 AM - permalink
    XxFUDGEISTHEBOMBxX
    yo shauna xxx wat up xxxsoz bou facebook lol something went really wrong! lol xxx
  6. englishrider
    02-18-2010 06:06 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    whats up?
  7. englishrider
    02-17-2010 05:37 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    lol. ya so hows it going
  8. englishrider
    02-17-2010 05:29 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    Haha! Yup! You know Janita aka Tamma89 and I are going to share bday threads so I am going to get the little cake next to my name to!lol.
  9. englishrider
    02-17-2010 05:12 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    hello watcha doin?
  10. englishrider
    02-16-2010 07:17 PM - permalink
    englishrider
    Howdy how is your western saddle doing?

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  • About savvylover112
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    Own three horses at the moment. One is in training and my two hunters are off for the summer now.
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    showjumping, dressage,anything to do with horses
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    student
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    Female
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    sick of school.

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