The Art of Natural Dressage

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 Post subject: Re: 2: Bow on one knee
PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2014 9:39 pm 

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Thanks for the reply and link. Was very helpful and little horse made phenomenal progress with the sandwich technique tonight. Well, I suspect he's just been waiting for me to explain myself properly. Had a wonderful session and finished with copycat game and got the best passage he's ever done so I think we were both on a high. I have a project horse I've just started work with, and even he came to see what all the frivolity was about!

Sorry for the ramble but on a complete high. One of those days when you and horses can both share genuine joy. Little horse loves to be beautiful and strutted around so proud of himself, and he finished off the session stealing the whip and running circles around me!!

A good day, unlocked with a short paragraph of good advice!

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