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Thread: First Jumping this season

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    Default First Jumping this season

    Took Panda to her first competition this year having newly joined a riding club. These are the pics
    we started small as a warm up, last year we did 2ft and 2ft3 at Jump x

    2ft



    then we did 2ft 3




    then for the first ever time we had a go at 2ft6 as you can see from my face I was a little nervous



    I know my position is awful, my plan for this year is to do 2ft3 and 2ft6

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    Panda!
    You look fine - nervous, but secure enough Looks like you got a got understanding with Panda; the 2ft6 looks easy!!



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    Thanks Soot, I really do believe Panda jumps better bigger , if she thinks thay are too small she tends to take a flyer and take off a stride early - I do leave all that to her as she has more idea than me

    So as long as I can quell my nerves i'm sure we're going to have great fun this season! So love my ponio.

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    Well done, Panda looks to enjoy it (Panda, what an awesome name!!)
    Native pony addict!

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    Looks awesome

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    Well done, you both look great.

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    I'm so looking forward to this season with the riding club, going to have a go at a Mini hunter trials - not done that before, XC -ditto, they have a camp, lots of training evenings during the summer, I'm so excited and can't wait! (I wasn't lucky enough to have a pony as a child, making up for it now though)

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    Aww Panda is looking great Well done for having a shot at the 2"6 Panda is clearing them easily

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    Panda


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    Ooooh! You go to Humberstone!! Lovely lovely place isn't it? Was Sue Peasley building? She makes them seem soooo much easier than they are lol!

    Panda is gorgeous & has a lovely jump on her
    to be successful you have to accept all the challenges that come your way. you can't just accept the ones you like

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