Videos tagged with "stirrups"

A Million Dollar Horse... [01:32]
...is one who saves your butt. Actually, he's priceless. Meyerhoff also demonstrates the importance of practicing without stirrups (a bit of an understatement). He has commented on this ride (see text comments) saying "This was his first Intermediate horse trial. He was more than ready. And I was quite confident he could do it. What I think happened was the horses cantered up the hill then when it was time to take off they then saw what was on the other side which caused a green horse to hesitate and loose ...

Crush Flatting - January 7th 2013 [06:20]
Flatwork of Crush on January 7th, 2013. I rode him yesterday with completely disconnected stirrups and he was great, but the reason I lunged him today before my hack was because we got freezing rain the night before, and it was wet, cold, and very windy. I just lunged him for 5 - 10 minutes so he wouldn't be silly. Asking price is $4500. Please contact me if interested.

Keyhole Quick Gun wins fouth [00:46]
lost both my stirrups -_- 17.487 4th in 1D open 2nd in 1D teen

Georgia cantering vicky ..... Short stirrups!! [00:33]
Well Georgia started riding with long stirrups then someone else had to ride her pony so she got back on after to canter her a few times and the stirrups were to short that she decided to ride without them then she thought she'd try ride with them...because she can ;)
Tags: Jorjaaaxox, Georgia, Pearson, Georgiapearson, Copdock, Riding, School, Copdockridingschool, Horses, Cantering, Fun, Horse, Ponies, Galloping, Cobs, Henley, Stables, Stooshe, Black, Heart, Schools, Ipswich, Suffolk, Vicky, Short, Stirrups, Jockey, Mess, Ar

Demonstrating proper Equitation walk-trot [01:34]
Equitation is vital, especially in a show. It's just the "book" way of how you should look on a horse from the basics to the olympic levels. Walk- trot is simple. I listed some of the things that should be on your equitation checklist in the video. You'll also see a comment I included about making the horse work off her back end. As a horse is supposed to be balanced, the "power" should come from the back end. Keep contact in the front, but make sure your horse's hind end is always engaged. Another pointer... a sitting trot should be visibly slower than a rising or posting trot. while in the sitting trot, try not to bounce all over the saddle. Some horses are very bouncey. A way to strengthen yourself up to be able to handle this with good eq would be to try no stirrups. This strengthens your leg and teaches you not to rely on stirrups to balance you. Also lets you really get the feel of the horse's motion/
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