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  1. #21
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    wow! that is amazing
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    What a difference!
    Love the first pic
    Run free flora xxx

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    Gorgeous horse! Do you still have him?

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    Phoar! Gorgeous horse
    What an amazing difference too!

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    yep - gorgeous pic

    in the 'before' shot he goes like a certain someone i know, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonfire View Post
    Gorgeous horse! Do you still have him?
    No I didn't own him. Just rode him for 12 months to sort out his issues, did some bsja and BE etc the he moved on.
    I probably have more pics of him than any other horse.

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    I have a question - during that 6 months how often were you having lessons with your fab RI?

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    Once a month with lots of homework to do in between.

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    Thanks, that really is good work. I have a lesson once a month, but I'm not good with the homework

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    I was driven on by the need to get good marks in the dressage phase of BE.
    There was a field at his owners farm with quite a steep slope on it. I used to school in there on the slope rather than the outdoor school as it developed his balance and muscle far better. Dressage areanas in eventing are rarely flat and always on grass.
    The homework element was crital as it allowed us to move on to the next stage each lesson rather than keep covering the same ground.

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