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Posted 10/9/2014 9:06:51 AM
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Another thing to do to teach Baybee (LAWLZ) to keep her yelloe little booty under her is do this(OKAY I USED SNAPCHAT DON'T HATE ME I'M ON A PHONE)Set up a barrel then a pole about 3 feet behind it like I drew, then walk/trot her to and around the barrel, but turn and go around the pole before going on. It teaches them to keep their butt close to the barrel so they don't hit anything.
what else could you use if you dont have a pole?
I don't have a pole either so I used a rake handle shoved in a cone. Or you could use just a cone. Something to mark where you turn.



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GirlOnFire (10/9/2014)
Another thing to do to teach Baybee (LAWLZ) to keep her yelloe little booty under her is do this(OKAY I USED SNAPCHAT DON'T HATE ME I'M ON A PHONE)Set up a barrel then a pole about 3 feet behind it like I drew, then walk/trot her to and around the barrel, but turn and go around the pole before going on. It teaches them to keep their butt close to the barrel so they don't hit anything.
what else could you use if you dont have a pole?
I don't have a pole either so I used a rake handle shoved in a cone. Or you could use just a cone. Something to mark where you turn.

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LOL I wouldn't call her booty little she has quite the chunky one
My barn has poles so I will try this next time. Which who knows how long it will be until I get out there next seeing as I'm grounded from horses for 3 weeks

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