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Date:4/20/2014 12:17:14 PM
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Hi Sweet Pea, here's a vote for ya. Karen texted me and said today Paige was back to normal riding and very good. I guess it was just a bad mare day. She used to have them on mondays, and hasn't in several weeks now, so she was long overdue for a tantrum fit! LOL! Indy was out in the indoor for playtime, then we practiced some showmanship. Bullseye was in the indoor and so funny, he wouldn't stop doing laps around the place, I was getting dizzy watching him. Of course, no camera! Love ya, Marion and the blondies.
Okay, by telling me she has a ewe neck, tells me a lot, it's gonna be a tough road to haul to get her to really collect and stay collected on her own without you having to ride with contact and leg. But I think it can be done. As for lungeing with a sursingle, you can use a saddle on her and do the same thing by tying the reins through the stirrups and up to the back dees on the saddle and then lungeing her. Always make the inside rein a little shorter and the outside rein a little longer to allow for proper bend on the circles. Or yes, under saddle with you riding will work also. Just then she has to deal with you maybe pulling on her, when no rider is up there and she's on the line, she learns not to pull, cause she's just fighting herself then. And yes, going out and just running like the wind on the trails with friends will take her back a step in all work that you've done. Unless you can get her to stay in the bridle and slow and semi collected, not a full out go like the wind, hollow back head in the air thing!
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