Walking the plank - at the canter!
"No matter how well you perform there's always somebody of intelligent opinion who thinks it's lousy." - Laurence Olivier
Hahahah oh man, hahaha.
Hahahahhaa, fat chance.
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Glad that was before my time! Nice horse, good rider too.
I'm not saying let's go kill all the stupid people...I'm just saying let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out.
that was also in the day for the show horse when a gait change took place the horse had one step to complete the change...
Holy cow! Not much room for error there.
Is that possibly a stallion performance test? Just from the appearance of the onlookers and the way the situation is set up.
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"Captain Jones and his mount Trafalgar do their best not to look at the bodies of the prior contestants in the ditch below them."
Rue would so jump that. "Ditch, mum? Okay!" and over we go.
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LOL!!!! Especially HH's comment!
We do something somewhat similar at Paso Fino shows. But the "plank" is firmly on the ground. And a tad bit wider. And at the slow gait, not the fast gait.
What's wrong with you?? Your cheese done slid off its cracker?!?!
I think it shows that horses have a very, very good idea of where all their feet are at any given time. No doubt this was not his first time over.
The first person to try this should post back here with pics to prove - Mike, you up for it?
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Hmmmm I am so tempted to build a raised plank this weekend. Mush ground makes it hard to do much real riding anyway. Wouldn't be quite the same as crossing a big ditch, of course
Hard core "get off your inside rein!"
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