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Check out this special technique I use in the video below to see whether or not a horse is more likely of having a 'good' open hind end over a fence.

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By Amanda Wilson | Wednesday, 14 November 2018

This is something that is SO important in jumping, especially when jumping the higher heights as a horse with an open back end tends to find their jobs easier when jumping the bigger fences as opposed to a horse that pulls their back end underneath them (as shown in the photos below). 

 

Viking has an exceptional back end making his job a lot easier over the top of the fence.

 

Vicki's colt Levado naturally pulled his hind end under when jumping (especially over the wider oxers) meaning he had to try really hard when the fences got bigger.

 

 

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