|These are not as organized as they look...|
|"Remember, Remember, the dark of the library, the bookshelves, must, and rot. |
I know of no reason why the loss of a book should ever be forgot."
... what do you mean that's not how it goes? What do you mean "too much time in photoshop?"
|Or read with wine. Whatever. I don't judge.|
- I need to do more half halts. Way more. Before and after.
- Some of this stuff comes out of order for different horses. On Pig I need to whisper before I can work on throughness.
|Epic half halt gif. Thanks Wikipedia.|
This article was on Horse & Hound, and was geared towards photographers, but actually has some interesting tidbits about gaits themselves. It's called Photographing dressage horses: what to look for.
- Advanced horses hit the ground first with the diagonal FRONT leg in the diagonal phase of the canter. To support the lifted shoulder? Now that I look for it, it seems to be totally true. Mind = Blown. I've been thinking that was a fault!
- HOLY SHIT Valegro!
|Srsly. Wtf. Have you ever seen a hind leg do that?|
And finally, 7 Essential Aids for An Epic Canter Transition, also by Horse Listening. (I told you this blog is awesome). This is an incredibly detailed post chronicling every step of a canter transition.
- Again. Need moar half haltz.
- My inside leg needs to be on more consistently.
- Love the "windshield wiper" comparison!
|More Wikipedia action. Because, canter.|
|"The floor is the extreme opposite of lava!" -- Sonka, dog.|