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    As the fences get bigger you will find the over jump (active back end) reduces to the point where you wont even notice it.
    Generally caused when a horse with a lot of scope is jumping fences they can just have fun with rather than really have to focus on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexlady View Post
    Only Eskadron fetlock boots, do you think that would make a difference?
    I used these on my horse and I had a bit of a problem with being flung forward after fences, changed to Pro boots behind and though it still happened, it wasn't nearly as extreme. I have a habit of getting in front of the movement which doesn't help though. As the jumps go up the active back end calms down and you get used to it

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