May 24, 2013
Judge My Ride
Very good, even though I’m not a big fan of these low to high oxers. To really train him to jump his best…..keep the front rails of your oxers at almost the same height as the back rail. You have a nice long jumpery release. I think you need to raise your stirrups 1 more hole when you jump this high. Be careful about your feet turning out too much. Your horse has a nice technique, even though I suspect he hit this jump with his front hoof.
Thank you I agree about the type of oxers, would like to sugest to my instructor to do that kind aswell. She actually didnt knock it with her front end but with her back!! haha its very hard to see in the video but she managed to get her front leg up with the other going over
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