Just a jumper with lots of questions
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Expanding on that I’m a new rider when I trot (I have a very bouncy horse). What are the best ways to maintain my balance and stay confident in the saddle? Thanks for all the help.
For the first couple of times look down at one of the horses front legs and when it rises you rises when it lowers you lower and grip with your calls and heels down will help with you balance eventually you'll get the ryhme and you won't have to look down
I ride a horse who gets excited and pig roots after jumps about 80cm and taller. Any tips on how to stop him doing this?
Maybe lean a little bit more back after the jump as you might be leaning to farfoward and he's getting irritated, and maybe pull the inside rein as they have trouble pugtootung with a bent neck, I hope this helps
I’m going to be buying my first horse soon and I like to ride horses 16 hands or under And well trained like lesson horses, do you know any breeds that would be good for me?
TB or stock horses are pretty good as long as they have been well trained Before hand