Crowhopping while loping bareback?!!???

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  1. WesternRider22

    WesternRider22 Full Member

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    I'm very sorry!
    Thank you
     
  2. WesternRider22

    WesternRider22 Full Member

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    I shouldn't have put that in the first place... What I meant was he probably didn't like the feeling of me on his back without a saddle.
     
  3. WesternRider22

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    Sorry, I didn't know it was against the rules. I edited it because I wasn't bouncing on his back and didn't want anyone to think I was. I'm very sorry!
     
  4. VermilionStrife

    VermilionStrife Senior Member

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    Lol, I don't bounce. I was explaining that my horse didn't like the feeling, so he crow hopped. How you got that I must bounce at the lope idk. I have videos to prove it too. ;)
     
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  5. ChestersMomma

    ChestersMomma Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    It's okay. Everyone learns sometime :)
     
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  6. manesntails

    manesntails Senior Member

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    Don't worry about it. EVERYONE bounces on a horse's back at some point. It isn't just something total beginners do.

    It only takes them doing something suddenly that you don't expect. Or, you ride a horse with a different gait than you're used to. Do not be ashamed, ever, to admit something could've gone wrong. Nobody's perfect. Just refrain from leaving out things, blaming the horse, or modifying situations to make them look better. You can't get accurate replies unless the information you give is 200% accurate.
     
  7. WesternRider22

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    I believe you, I'm just trying to make a point that maybe my horse doesn't like the feeling either.
     

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