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First jump is around two foot, second is a 2'9" oxer. Please critique!
Submitted by: Katie J.
Categories: Riding and driving, Critique My Riding
Katie Colton, NY
9/23/2013 5:20:20 PM
Thank you all!
horse lover flagstaff, AZ
9/4/2013 5:28:06 PM
heeles down. Also the second time you did the oxer, your bottom was up for 1 second and in mid air you decided to sit. Also, you horse extends and gains speed tremendously before (and i know like every horse does) but keep him steady and you need to not encourage him to do so because you seem to lean before each jump causing him to go because most people-not saying you in particular- lean before a jump and then that causes them to push the horse forward with legs so try to work on that...
syd tampa, FL
8/29/2013 12:49:22 PM
You need to push your heels down a lot more. That would help you balance your self after the jump. also try not to sit so hard on your horse's back, try to half seat while you are jumping so you don't bounce on his back so hard and try not to rush your horse when he jumps. your horse could be rushing because you are bouncing on his/her back kind of hard. But you your horse is really cute! :)
8/18/2013 6:02:11 PM
Thank you- I sat back so quickly the first time, because I knew that my horse would rush through it. I tried to get ready to hold him, but I ended up sitting back too quickly. Thanks again for the critique!
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