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Butter and kara – labor day ride

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Kara working on circles to exercise control over Butter along with straight lines. Both demonstrate control of the horse who is very patient. Even so, all athletes who aspire to be the best - get …

Kara working on circles to exercise control over Butter along with straight lines. Both demonstrate control of the horse who is very patient. Even so, all athletes who aspire to be the best - get frustrated -- patience, and practice win the day.

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  • 1. Butter & Kara – Labor Day Ride September 01, 2013
  • 2. Good job! Good riding always starts with taking care of the horse – first!
  • 3. The devil is in the details – what’s up with this? Butter rode smoothly without motion problems – but, a call to the blacksmith was made along with an email to the same said blacksmith & barn managers seeking advice & an appointment – about this chip – should we worry -- ? If you do not know, or you are not sure – ask.
  • 4. Excellent shoulders Great! Heels down! Excellent posture! Is the horse walking straight? yes!
  • 5. Walking straight along the rail – great job!
  • 6. Hands rolled over – we need to fix that – even with a crop – we can still carry our hands correctly.
  • 7. Great! Right leg is holding steady – while the – left (unseen) leg should be pushing the hind end to make the turn. Good use of leading rein! Left leg should be pushing to the right to make that turn of the quarters
  • 8. Better! Too far extended.
  • 9. Great posture! Straight leg w/heels down! Thumbs up! Goals!
  • 10. Leg shifted back to push horse forward Our goal!
  • 11. Long leg! Shoulders straight! Elbows! Heels down! Leg a little behind the girth to drive the motion forward! Looking forward = where are we going? Goal!