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Re: [RC] Keeping one's seat (posting height) - Ed & Wendy Hauser

"...How can this possibly be advantageous?"

My relatively biased observations are that some English show
instructors/riders exaggerate the post, much as QH show people would produce
peanut pushers when the standard said "low natural head carriage".  They
think that by posting higher, they or their students will place higher at
the show.  After awhile they all think that posting means to rise as high as
possible.

Disclaimer: I do not ride in the English tradition, so I may be completely
wrong.  If I am, please correct me gently.


Ed


Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875

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