Yep, I think you covered it all!keely2682 said:amy, leia, did i cover everything now?
I had that at the Area 5 show, too. And last year at Nationals I kept getting lapped....watch that your horses do not go behind the vertical, looks best just about an inch out from vertical. then remember level from poll to withers, especially during transistions and also when asked to extend the trot, seeing alot of horses raising their heads way above level to be able to extend. which means they have more of an upward lift when they should have a more forward motion. just came from Lincoln NE- AMHR Area 6 National show. horses trying to get into this class were way too high in head carriage and move like speeding country pleasure horses.