Type: Posts; User: alicen
I suspect somebody's bored.
^^^ I noticed it, too, but don't have time now to re-watch the video. If you watch all of the trot work carefully, you'll find it.
A comment on the facebook page says he's 1.67 meters -16.43 hands.
It says "little fingers". Perhaps I'm being too literal ...wouldn't be the first time.
At 2:00, I don't understand the instruction "little fingers together".
Sigh, once upon a time... but if I vaulted from 17'2 at my age, both my knees would snap upon hitting the ground.
That would be the gears, not the clutch. Thankfully, horses aren't made of metal, so bits won't break off. And you can always drop down to a level with fewer transitions.
I can see how many parents might be tempted to tranq their kids at shows - layers of blankets on a thick pile of hay in the trailer provides a comfy napping place - but a lack of alertness is not...
Whoa! There's peer pressure which discourages a boy from riding? How does that work?
This horse has never even been shown. Can we perhaps cut him a little slack? Or perhaps praise the remarkably relaxed position of the rider?
No, no, no. It's just messing up a transition.
Seriously, because the OP is banned. He's simply not allowed to post on this forum. The IDRC is still going on with it.
I hope it doesn't provoke an international incident. ;)
Maybe it was removed because it was started by a banned poster?
Another one for shoe polish and elbow grease.
I remember a time when winning combinations weren't split up. I can't say the trend to the contrary is anything but sad.
Refreshing? She's uninhibitingly scathing ... amd I love it!
In what area does this woman show? I'd like to go and cheer her on.
^ Good analogy!
Damon Hill is a breeding stallion.
To which Carl Hester would take exception, but, curses, I can not find the clinic video where he says the above is not what it should only be.
I'm not always that sarcastic!
A horse will do what he thinks is easy. Don't complicate it!
This is the dressage forum. One of the basic premises of effective dressage training is that it improves the athletic ability of the horse. For any rider who has invested the physical and emotional...