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Posted 8/13/2014 6:21:56 PM

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So i ride, and show both english and western. I used to be mainly western. But now that Im showing in higher levels, we seem to be placing lower western and higher english. I think me and my horse like english a lot better... He doesnt have a low headset one handed for western (I mean, I can get him there... he just doesnt like it) hes not as slow as all the high showing WP horses.. etc. im wondering if I should just make the switch to being mainly english? like, i dont want to practice western all the time to go to a big show and not place well, when i can just do it english. Idk.

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Posted 8/14/2014 4:00:00 PM

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So.... What's your question?
I mean if you like English more then do that.


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