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  1. #21
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    What an amazing transformation indeed! I have an off breed similar to yours. Mine is a part registered Polish Arab on the sire's side but the dam was a Percheron/TB cross. My horse is mature now at 7 and is looking more bulking as well but is somewhat small in stature but gives the illusion of a much bigger horse.
    Your horse has so much presence and you should be proud of your riding!



  2. #22
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    You make a lovely pair - and kudos to you on your improvement - hard work pays off!!!



  3. #23
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    Very very very nice, round through and forward!!!!!!!!!!! what fabulous pictures. Please, please forward them to the OP on the Flashical thread- he needs a picture of correct riding. He is so far behind this level of good riding he could not even see your hoof prints through a telescope.



  4. #24
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    Or if you don't mind, I am going to post a "go see this thread" on his.



  5. #25
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    Love him, love you...I also want dibs on your posture!!...Oh and my guy just got a trace clip too!!
    "Success comes in cans, not in cannots!"



  6. #26
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    It hardly looks like the same horse. Amazing to see the change from correct development. Patent your posture and sell it!



  7. #27
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    'Love the progression from '07 to present -- the changes in both of you are impressive. Nice work!



  8. #28
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    Thanks again Guys, I truly give all the credit to my coach. She is a fantastic individual that really has brought us a long way. In between lessons, I do ride all on my own as my coach does not board where I do. So there are times when I only have 1 lesson a month, and than others in which we have 4 or more.

    I have also taken part in various clnics whenever the opportunity has presented itself.



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