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        07-25-2010, 07:40 PM
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    Originally Posted by sandsarita    
    And just for future reference, even if they ask for an extended jog or trot in a western pleasure or horsemanship class, you still sit the trot.
    No matter how bouncy it is! SIT HARD!!! Lol
         
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        08-18-2010, 10:43 AM
      #12
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    No, NEVER post the jog. You only post in English!!! If you post in western, you will get marked down BAD! I only post in a western saddle, at home when I'm asking him to extend. If they ask to extend at a show, YOU HAVE TO SIT!! I have a POA and she is the FASTEST trotter (shes a gamer) and I sit it, I might look werid, but I'm following the "rules"
         

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