In januari 2009 Romanesque was able to do a big part of the canter test:
- shoulder in, quarter in and half pass in canter
- renvers canter
- flying change
- forward and collection
- full pirouette
Only the flying changes every second stride he was not able to do. Sometimes he did it by accident, but most of the time he did not.
Since januari, Romanesque has improved a lot on the flying changes every second stride, and now, in May 2009, he is able to do them even while I ride onehanded:
Prince Elmelund and Maestro are best friends, so I thought duo-training would be a fun idea. We are doing this now for two days and this is the result:
This week me and my horses will meet Eddy Modde at his place in Zeeland:
At the moment, Maestro is developping the canterpirouette in hand. So a cooling down is important and we do it like this 😉 :
Maestro is developping the canter pirouette in hand.
To the right is easier than to the left. It's always interesting to discover the natural asymmetry in every new exercise, it always returns 😉 .