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  2. kerri_

    The World's Biggest Play Day 2019!

    Please join us in our Combined Groups celebrating Worlds Biggest Play Day.
  3. Jillian Prince

    Congratulations Deb & Ruby!

    Way to go Deb! What an achievement! I hope you and Ruby really enjoy level 2!
  4. Yesterday
  5. Brumbygirls

    Congratulations Deb & Ruby!

    Congratulations Deb, well done for both of you!
  6. kerri_

    Congratulations Deb & Ruby!

    Congratulations Deb and and Ruby
  7. LunaMorrow

    Congratulations Deb & Ruby!

    Congratulations Deb and Ruby!
  8. Last week
  9. Here is my next attempt at uploading my approach assignment
  10. Please join me in congratulating Deb Baumgartner from Geelong Victoria and her horse Ruby for completing their Level 1 Assignments!! This is Debs second horse through level 1 - enjoy your journey in Level 2 Deb!
  11. She's had quite a grump on this last week! Not sure if its physical, hormonal or just not seeing the good deal or a bit of all 3. So any tips with putting more release in whilst improving my leadership very welcome
  12. Hi Mel, I know this one is over time, however, I have submitted it for the feedback. I am having some challenges with the downward transitions with the stirrup as you will see, and end up using the lead rope to support. Really interested in your thoughts and observations. Cheers TKP
  13. Hi Meredith, our first attempt after a longer break, with the request for help: I have some troubles with backing Zoe up in a straight line, sometimes she starts to go sideways or gets crooked...she also gets tensed when spiraling in and a bit cranky...and in general it´s hard to yield her hind while she is trotting and then keep her trotting...thanks in advance!
  14. lieni

    16. Februar 2019

    It is my Mounting, don’t know why the title wasn‘t saved.... I am sorry, it is much to loooong, because I was a Bit confused
  15. LunaMorrow

    Scrambling

    Hi everyone. Thank you for all of your tips and encouragement! I actually floated Darcy out to the Play Day last weekend without a divider on the way there and then with the divider pushed over at an angle on the way home. I did watch what Darcy was doing a little bit through the back window and I'm happy to say that without the divider he was making the decision to stand on the passenger side (where he can't brace) for a majority of the trip, or more frequently angle himself with his butt pointing towards the centre of the road. He also seemed to be bracing a little less and he didn't scramble once. He was also great with the divider in at just an angle. I will definitely be floating him like this for a while to get up his confidence, then hopefully we can go back to bays eventually.
  16. Hi Shane. I got a bit confused with my ropes a couple times and the assignment is a bit over time, but I'm really happy overall with it as a first attempt. I look forward to some feedback! Thank you
  17. Jillian Prince

    Scrambling

    HI Luna, Great and very powerful observations. Like Kerry said, it is awesome that you got in the float with him, understanding exactly what he is doing and where he puts himself to find comfort has told you a lot. Im wondering about floating with Kamair at this stage though, if Kamari pushes his him around and pushes some buttons it could make him more emotional, but at the end of the day, you know them both the best. It sounds like your making great progress helping him out.Great work
  18. kerri_

    Scrambling

    Hey Luna, i've just got to say that I really commend you for getting in there with Darcy to see what is really going on. Must of been a bit of a shock for you. Definitely sounds like you are making some progress now from all this great advice. Thank you for sharing.
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