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setting her head at the lope

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        06-16-2013, 12:52 AM
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    I think its more im happy im going fast lets throw our head. I will try and get a video up for you guys and I do work with a trainer I just have not worked with her lope with the trainer yet mostly my trainer helps with me and my eq the whole lope is new to her I will try nose to the inside and I go to riding practice on monday so I will have alot of people there to watch her and help. Thanks to everyone for their opnions.when I rode today I noticed that the more she relaxed the more she would drop her head down so it might be her still getting used to everything im not totally sure though so maybe as she gets used to everything it will come together. And yes I school in a snaffle and I show in a snaffle mouthpiece with shanks. Shehas never needed more than that and hopefully I don't get lazy riding im pretty hard on myself I need to stay with good habits because im on a college equestrian team
         
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