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    Umm, he was cantering at my horses flank. I...

    Umm, he was cantering at my horses flank. I didn't mean he was standing at my horses flank during checks. Also, I'm hard of hearing and wasn't sure what was going on up until the kick. I just knew...
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    Ha Beverly, excellent question on your part,...

    Ha Beverly, excellent question on your part, bringing up the other thread, but no, this is happening on the flat, well away from the jumps, plus, as I said I am keeping up with the field leader, just...
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    Speaking of leaving space

    This season our first field has been really small and I've been riding behind the field leader. I ask when we go out if anyone else wants that position and the answer is always "no". I like to...
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    Beverly, I always, always, always overthink. You...

    Beverly, I always, always, always overthink. You can take that as a given. :D
  5. Do you have a smartphone? I think that will do...

    Do you have a smartphone? I think that will do what you want.
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    Was there a big drop on the other side of that...

    Was there a big drop on the other side of that hedge? The horse and rider both disappeared.
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    Some very good advice here, thanks! Leslie, I...

    Some very good advice here, thanks!

    Leslie, I realize getting off the forehand isn't true collection, which is why I put quotes around it. I don't know any short-hand term for it tho. (Although...
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    How do you approach jumps?

    After 8 1/2 years, I'm just getting to the stage of riding where I am trying to get my horse off the forehand when he takes a jump. As an OTTB, being on the forehand is just natural for him, and he...
  9. Lol, that is so funny. :D

    Lol, that is so funny. :D
  10. Most barns around here don't mandate ANY lessons...

    Most barns around here don't mandate ANY lessons or training rides, but the few that do usually just require one of either per week. Sounds like you are dealing with BNT-type barns.
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    Just out of curiosity, what does "WS" stand for?

    Just out of curiosity, what does "WS" stand for?
  12. Hunter's Rest, aren't you an ex-steeple-chase...

    Hunter's Rest, aren't you an ex-steeple-chase jockey? You'll be fine. :)
  13. Good question. There is open and sealed...

    Good question.

    There is open and sealed leather. Open leather needs regular conditioning. (I'd use a conditioner rather than oil.) But, I'm not sure about the closed leather that has a...
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    I guess I stated that wrong. Is it a good...

    I guess I stated that wrong. Is it a good indication of rider ability?
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    How big a deal is it for a trainer to be

    A United States Dressage Federation Gold Medalist?
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    I just got back to checking this thread. Thanks...

    I just got back to checking this thread. Thanks for all the great replies! One more question, what is this talk of teaching counter canter? I though counter canter was just cantering on the wrong...
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    I have fallen into the habit of asking for canter...

    I have fallen into the habit of asking for canter at the halt. I'm not really sure why as when I was on lesson horses we always asked from sitting trot. But, anyway, when I am asking for a simple...
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    Yes, she is doing counter canter.

    Yes, she is doing counter canter.
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    But, I will add that I can apply inside leg and...

    But, I will add that I can apply inside leg and get this horse to move out to the rail.
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    Okay, she told me a flying change is the end of a...

    Okay, she told me a flying change is the end of a long process. I mainly see her getting my horse into a frame. From what you say, it sounds like she knows what she is doing.
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    McGurk, does a hunter/jumper horse even need to...

    McGurk, does a hunter/jumper horse even need to know leg yields (he didn't/doesn't).
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    It's only 65% because I was taking him across the...

    It's only 65% because I was taking him across the middle of the arena and asking for the change as we began to make the bend in the opposite direction. If he didn't get it by the time we were at the...
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    Nine Y/O TB who knows his leads and has a simple...

    Nine Y/O TB who knows his leads and has a simple change (100% for trainer, 65% for me), has been ridden in jumping lessons 2 or 3 times a week. New trainer has put in 20 1/2 hour lessons so far. At...
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    How long to teach a flying change?

    And don't say "It depends." :D
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    Hey, congratulations!

    Hey, congratulations!
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