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HorsesAreForever 03-16-2010 12:23 AM

Flying Lead Change on Lunge!
YouTube - lolwtfmichele's Channel

When you get to my page it should be the first video.

Video basically says it all!

I was quite proud of my mare :)

Coming down the wall after the change you can see her playful face!! She was a happy pony!!

kevinshorses 03-16-2010 12:33 AM

Nice Michele. I looked pretty carefully and I couldn't see much lameness. She seems much better and hopefully you can start riding her.

HorsesAreForever 03-16-2010 12:38 AM

Thanks Kevin! :)

Im super excited. I cant wait for tomorrow, and get the okay to keep working her.

ididasku 03-16-2010 12:50 AM

hi keven and michele I wanted to ask if ihow long should a horse be lunged if he hasn't been rode in a year and a half he's been outdoors running and playing all winter ,just got him home 3 months ago and he is healthy

ididasku 03-16-2010 12:52 AM

she is 10 years old and rode every day until his owner died ayear and half ago

HorsesAreForever 03-16-2010 01:04 AM

I would make a new post for that. Only because I dont really want my thread Hi-jacked. Im sure theres a bunch of different opinions on that.

kevinshorses 03-16-2010 01:06 AM

You should start another post but I wouldn't lunge her at all. Get on and ride her.

ididasku 03-16-2010 01:09 AM

new here SORRY and thanks

HorsesAreForever 03-27-2010 12:47 AM

Your Welcome. :) and Welcome to the forum

SOrry to reply to late

NittanyEquestrian 03-27-2010 10:53 AM

She definitely looks stiff but not so much lame. What did the vet say? Or did you post it somewhere else and I missed it? Also, just as an FYI I would watch where your body is when you are "lunging". I realize you do Parelli and some things are different than the norm with that program but you really want your hips and shoulders pointed at or behind the girth not way out in front of your horse. Just because all of my horses would plant their feet and refuse to move if you were way out there and trying to lunge them. So just something to think about if you ever work horses that you haven't trained =)

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