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post #1 of 4 Old 02-01-2010, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for 2 gymkhana patterns

Our local riding club has posted the gymkhana classes for this year's show season. I usually print out the patterns for my daughter since she likes to go over the patterns before the shows. There are 2 patterns that I can't find:

Peppermint Twist
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Any help in finding these patterns is most appreciated!

My daughter is 13 and was Reserve Champion last year in her division. She will be running a new horse this year and is very excited about the show season!

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Could you look up google images and see if they have the pattern? Or just google it, without getting the pattern map. I didn't look them up, but I might later.

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Could you look up google images and see if they have the pattern? Or just google it, without getting the pattern map. I didn't look them up, but I might later.
I did quite a few Google searches and wasn't able to find these 2. She has a book with most of the other patterns that I've found. I'll keep digging. Thanks.

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Huh....I've never heard of those. I'd imagine the Peppermint Twist may be something like our Sidewinder, which is basically a sideways speed barrel pattern.

Please let me know when you find out, I'm curious....I'll have to go look some too. :)

Pssh.I didn't pick up the wrong lead
It's called a counter canter...
...A very advanced maneuver.
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