ridecamp@endurance.net: using HQ and tracking crooked

using HQ and tracking crooked

L Eisele (nevadaghostridr@webtv.net)
Wed, 19 Mar 1997 22:47:41 -0800

Been anxiously waiting for tips to another persons post on how one
can tell if the horse is using the hindquaters well. Did I miss them?
If so, anyone forward them to me.

Also, I have an idea why my horse is doing this but would like imput
from you guys...my horse, noticed it at the walk, don't know about the
trot, tracks with his hind feet over to the right about a good 4" from
where his front feet land. Like he is traveling at a slant. I think
this may have something to do with his leaning to his left shoulder.
Also may be the reason for some of his hip and back soreness. Just
guessing here, can anyone tell me if it is normal for the feet in the
rear to land off to one side of the front. His left hind inside the
left front and the right hind to the outside of the right front. Like
putting pieces of a puzzle together, finally, someday I will figure all
this out. Linda

Linda Eisele & Sareei and
hubby, Allen and the General nevadaghostridr@webtv.net

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