Home Shop Classified News, Stories Events Education Ridecamp Videos Cartoons AERC
Endurance.Net Home Ridecamp Archives
ridecamp@endurance.net
[Archives Index]   [Date Index]   [Thread Index]   [Author Index]   [Subject Index]

Re: [RC] Keeping one's seat (posting height) - Susan_Bothern

In total agreement about posting and height.  It takes awhile for someone to
have all the coordination and muscle development to not post so high when
first learning, just like the level of their hands.  Watch a beginner and
watch their reins, then watch them post.  It's all related.  As they develop
their skills though both should smooth out and come down.

And for whoever said to post out of your thighs -- that's not technically
correct and will make you quite sore.  You post off your calf.

Susan B.

============================================================
If you treat an Arab like a Thoroughbred, it will behave like a Quarter
horse. 
~  Libby Llop

ridecamp.net information: http://www.endurance.net/ridecamp/

============================================================

Replies
[RC] Keeping one's seat, Ridecamp Guest
Re: [RC] Keeping one's seat (posting height), Ed & Wendy Hauser
Re: [RC] Keeping one's seat (posting height), Rae Callaway
Re: [RC] Keeping one's seat (posting height), Kristen A Fisher