Tip/Quote of the Day # 2264

"Riding courses is still all about finding the canter. Every jump in every situation has a canter that is perfect for that jump. Whether it is a very flimsy looking stile, or very strong looking oxer, off a short turn, away from the entrance gate into a double… With the oxer to the double you are really under the pump to get in there nice and strong and get the horse in front of your legs – as opposed to the very delicate stile they can look through, going downhill, towards the gate, where you’ve got to take all the ground speed away from them and sit up and give them an opportunity to read it and stay off the front rail." ~ George Sanna

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