|Spyder ||07-29-2010 11:14 AM |
We should have some equitation tests like this.
I wonder how many would pass?
|kmacdougall ||07-29-2010 11:20 AM |
I am 99% certain my horse could pass that test with a little practice and the right rider. However, right now in my riding career, I am not that rider. :)
|Icyred ||07-29-2010 11:23 AM |
That is AWESOME! I want to try! :D
|dizzynurse ||07-29-2010 11:26 AM |
That is amazing! I would fail but it would be fun learning!
|Cinnys Whinny ||07-29-2010 11:32 AM |
That looks like so much fun, I could just see Cinny plowing through everything! ha ha. My QH probably could have done it though she lived for that kind of stuff.
|sarahver ||07-29-2010 11:36 AM |
That is truly amazing! I would fail but would most likely have fun trying. The thing I like the most is the horses attitude throughout, he is waiting to be told what to do and is responsive in a split second, also smart enough to put each foot exactly in the right spot so as not to knock any of the obstacles, poetry in motion.
|Alwaysbehind ||07-29-2010 11:49 AM |
What a responsive horse!
|farmpony84 ||07-29-2010 11:58 AM |
Riley could do all of that... only, not sure about the jump and not sure how pretty it would be!!!
That was really neat.
|Speed Racer ||07-29-2010 12:02 PM |
Spyder, I could be wrong, but that looks like a bullfighting horse.
If it is, then they have to be able to perform all those maneuvers at a fast pace.
Stunning horse and excellent horsemanship. Both rider and horse are in complete synchronicity.
My Arab could that. At warp speed, and not with any real finesse or in any particular order, though! Oh, and he'd knock down those flower baskets. :lol:
So I guess I'm saying no, neither I nor my horse could pass that test.
|corinowalk ||07-29-2010 12:05 PM |
I really liked that! That takes some SERIOUS skill! My first horse would have LOVED to do something like that.
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