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The fist picture was taken back in 2010, when I first started riding Lily (We've had her years, but I only recently started riding her- long story, message me if your curious) and the second photo was taken in January 2012. Look at the improvement in my position! I guess wasn't so used to a horse with such spring in their jump, so I was all over the place. But now:
- Got a contact but I'm not yanking her back
- LOWER LEG!!! It's stayed where it's meant to!
- More secure in my seat
- Not falling onto her neck

I just thought I should post this to show that anyone can improve their riding, it's just takes a lot of time and effort.
Cruisin Past Curfew  
Very nice improvement ^.^
  Apr 5, 2012  •  1,387 views
Starlight Farm  
nice! she over-jumped that second one a little bit )
  Apr 9, 2012  •  1,387 views
Haha, I know! She gives anything under 3' about a foot gap xD
  Apr 10, 2012  •  1,387 views
EquestriansRock 4 life
I think the first picture looks better. Also, in the second pic, you should be in 2-point position more and your arms should be more forward and positioned on Lily's neck.
  Jan 7, 2019  •  85 views
Check out the improvement
Owner Emmurr
Uploaded Apr 5, 2012
Album The resident beasties
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Dimensions 900 x 380 pixels
Camera Sony a100 DSLR
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Breed Dutch Warmblood
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