|First 2'9" oxer!|
|HOLY S,hello knees!|
I appreciate that he can get to any distance and isn't flustered over the jump or when we land.
In between jumping days last week I rode him in the dressage saddle again. His trot work wasn't quite as amazing as last Sunday, but we did canter for the first time in that saddle. He was great, I was able to really sit and ride him forward. The bend through his body continues to get more even in each direction. He is also capable of really nice leg yields to the rail both ways, love him.
Then we jumped again.
As you can see, there are some good jumps, some wild jumps, and some jumps that we knock down cause someone doesn't want to listen. Over all though he improves with each ride. In this second video we need a chill pill, but he is straight and true to every fence. I think that tomorrow will be a solid flat school with a few fences at the end.