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Re: newbie Question

O Angie was talking
>about a ride that at one point she was jumpng over some logs in
>a mucky area.  My question is this, is it a good idea to teach
>your horse to jump?  And to learn yourself?  

It never hurts to learn to do something right...but I wouldn't be too
concerned about WHETHER he'll jump.  You get them headed the same
direction 100 other horses go and nothing will stop them.  If I'd been at
home Kaboot would have said, "You must be kidding" if I'd pointed him at
that obstacle.  As it was, I could hardly hold him back.


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