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great lesson today

Discussion in 'New Riders' started by RayRay, Feb 20, 2018.

  1. RayRay

    RayRay Active Member

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    So i had a great lessson today did mos of the lesson without rains aparellty i need work on my leg possitn to go up a grade(its was the same for everyone) although i was confused of why i was swapped from the horse i was allocated to.
     
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    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    Glad you had a good lesson :) perhaps the horse you were allocated on wasn't going to be suitable for work without reins? or is very bouncy/has a funny action that was slowing your progress on your position?
     
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  3. RayRay

    RayRay Active Member

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    I've ridden him twic before he was ridden in the lesson just not by me
     
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    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    maybe he was just better suited to the other person
     
  6. RayRay

    RayRay Active Member

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    Im not actually sure the insuctor new how much I've ridden before. But I think I was more comfortable doing what we did on May then him I think
     
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    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't worry about why you were switched, your RI obviously had her reasons and it worked out well for you so there's nothing to gain from worrying about it.
     
  8. RayRay

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    Yeah true another thing is I can seem to my rains in a knot when I asked dyspraxic
     
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    HaloHoney Well-Known Member

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    Whoa there.

    Go you! Dyspraxia can make physical activity really hard- particularly coordinating different limbs to do different things at the same time (like most of the time when you are riding). So the fact that you’re riding at all is blooming fantastic, let alone making this amount of progress. Well done! :D
     
  10. RayRay

    RayRay Active Member

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    its doee make things quite a bit more diffuclt when ridng
     
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    joosie horse slave

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    I wouldn't get too caught up on what you rode and why. Riding lots of different horses is the best way to learn!
     
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  12. RayRay

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    yeah i know i do ride that hores i rode regluerly :)
     
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