|horselover85 ||05-13-2009 05:52 PM |
green horse and rider
Okay, so I haven`t jumped in years except for the odd crossrail. My gelding had been started over small fences, but was then ridden western for a while. Then I got him, and have been doing lots of dressage movement. Id like to start him over fences, but although I used to be able to jump fairly high, my jumping is rusty. I have no one that I know thats a jumper and I have no place to go to jumping lessons in the area on a horse other than my gelding. Our flatwork is solid though. If I have an instructor supervise, and take it very slow, could we be successful...
|StormyBlues ||05-13-2009 08:22 PM |
I would try to find a good jumping instructor and get them to train you
|koomy56 ||05-13-2009 09:43 PM |
Its always useful to have an experienced eye helping you. :)
|hotreddun ||05-14-2009 04:35 PM |
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