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Horse 02-28-2011 07:56 PM

Will He Work, I need yalls help
 
this is a video of my new bay gelding 14.3hh 16yrs old. (not me riding previous owner) i wanna use him as a trick riding horse what do yall think,
do you think he looks and seems good enough to be a trick riding horse he rides really good... tell me what yall think

equiniphile 02-28-2011 07:58 PM

His canter seems smooth, but his trot is rather bumpy. It might be the rider, she was banging on his back quite a bit.

Horse 02-28-2011 08:25 PM

she wasnt posting i post when i ride she was just trotting

equiniphile 02-28-2011 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Horse (Post 945015)
she wasnt posting i post when i ride she was just trotting

The sitting trot can be sat without all the bouncing on the horse's back. The horse was clearly annoyed with the ears back. Regardless, looks like a nice horse, and if you get along, you'll have to post videos of you guys trick riding :D

eventerdrew 02-28-2011 08:32 PM

well he's certainly very tolerant! haha

candandy49 03-01-2011 11:00 AM

I honestly think you need to reconsider trying to use your horse as a trick riding mount. I have seen many trick riding exhibitions over the years. Have you had any instruction, lessons or such with a trainer? Do you know what the "Suicide Drag, Statue of Liberty or Roman Riding" are in detail?

Horse 03-01-2011 09:29 PM

yes im a trick rider... i do all the tricks Candandy49 i trick ride on a trick riding team and perfrom everywhere

Horse 03-06-2011 01:28 AM

and there is the liberty stand not statue of liberty

AlexS 03-06-2011 01:35 AM

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Originally Posted by eventerdrew (Post 945022)
well he's certainly very tolerant! haha


agreed, wow!

tinyliny 03-06-2011 01:52 AM

I have no idea what makes a good trick riding horse. That horse strikes me as quite ordinary. Is that a good thing for trick riding?
The rider did not know how to ride well and the horse had a very defensive posture to his back and neck. Judgeing from the shape of the neck, this is a long time habit and will be hard for you to change. however, if you do succeed in getting that horse moving with its' neck down and some engagement of it's hindquarters , you will certainly be doing it a kindness.

(ps I would have chosen the Appalousa)


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