|SlideStop ||12-13-2012 11:12 AM |
Helpful video for reining conformation...
|nrhareiner ||12-13-2012 03:00 PM |
Not working. Will not let me watch it. Knowing LT is it some what limited in his views on things.
I find that it comes down to more how they move then just their conformation.
SlideStop, is this the video you was talking about? I couldn't get your link to work....
|MHFoundation Quarters ||12-13-2012 03:16 PM |
Will check it out later. I have a reining confo vid that's pretty good, I'd have to dig it out but I'm pretty sure it's Bob Loomis.
|SlideStop ||12-13-2012 03:46 PM |
Thanks Adam! I did it from my phone, so I guess it didn't work.
I'm not sure its 100% correct because I'm don't know a ton about confirmation, let alone for a specific discipline! If he is on the money, or if it works for him, then he broke everything down well, made it simple and explained why these qualities make a good reiner.
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I have a bad time posting video links with my phone as well. I re-posted the video from my work computer, which has no speakers, SO, I'm stuck with not being able to check this out until after I get back in from riding tonight. And I'm sooooo curious! lol
|nrhareiner ||12-13-2012 03:52 PM |
That was one of the better videos that he had done. I agree with some of his stuff and not so much on other stuff.
I do agree with what he was pointing out. Also watch how the colt turns. This will give you a lot of good info on how well the horse will work.
|SorrelHorse ||12-13-2012 04:23 PM |
Subbing to watch later
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