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No new Media.... Lots to be grateful for

Trying to figure out winter hay with a new (BIG) horse is fun... Due to Lewis-based shenanigans, my right hand has been a bit down for the count.  That doesn't mean that I wanted to miss out on our lesson.  So I hopped on, warmed-up walk trot, then picked out a small course of 4 verticals to jump out of trot to show Trainer what we do at home. Cue pony so perfect we also jump and oxer and bigger gate.  Old media same feels Then I handed over the reins.  Trainer worked a LOT on transitions, so many transitions.  She was having him load his hind end going into transitions by asking for 2 - 3 steps of lateral work: Hauched in, turn on the forehand, ect then IMMEDIATELY going into the transition.  She also focused on slowing the transitions down.  Uno tries so hard that he can get abrupt easily. Slowing the transitions down and making them last longer keeps him from dumping on the fore-hand.  This is almost directly opposite to what worked jumping. Shocking that this horse wants to be

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