Continue canter work, especially to the rightWe do work on counter canter, maybe once a week or so. Peebs hates it with a fiery passion
- Flying changes Didn't happen, except that one time he offered one in front on his own then freaked out about crossfiring and panicked.
More lateral workLots of leg yielding, SI, and started on HI
- Figure out how to stop rushing the fence going right up the long side of the ring. HAHAHA nope!
Stay happy, healthy, sane, and soundCheck! More work cantering fences without feeling like I'm going to dieI give this one a 50%. To the left I'm completely fine. Somedays we can't even canter to the right without loosing it, let alone canter a fence to the right. Work on relaxing my hands and elbowsAgain, a 50%. I need to be more aware of my outside rein, but I'd say I'm not locking my elbows as much.
- More no stirrup work I did some, but not enough that I consider the goal checked off
- Right lead canter. It'd be nice to not go running up the long side counter bent with his head in the air.
- If above goes well, start cantering fences to the right.
- Keep working on counter canter. Be able to pick up the right lead tracking left.
- More lateral work
- Stay happy, healthy, sane, and sound
- Awareness of my outside rein...don't forget about it!
- More ground pole work so I can work on my eye and seeing a distance.
- More no stirrup work
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