tophandcowgirl

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About tophandcowgirl

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    Ohio
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    trick riding/reining training/riding with a professional drill team
  1. Anyone want me to critique?

    Can you critique trick riding? Probably not.
  2. Anyone want me to critique?

    Can you critique trick riding? Probably not.
  3. How much strain can a horn take?

    I trick ride in just a normal Circle Y rawhide horn equitation saddle and it works fine, but if you are going to do sme tricks that require large horns, a trick riding saddle would work better but those are expensive
  4. How much strain can a horn take?

    I trick ride in just a normal Circle Y rawhide horn equitation saddle and it works fine, but if you are going to do sme tricks that require large horns, a trick riding saddle would work better but those are expensive
  5. help w/school project... ?

    You don't make the video on youtube, well at least I didn't. You make it on MovieMaker program which comes with most Dell software programs. I have a trick riding video of me hippodroming if you would like to add that since it is an uncommon riding style
  6. help w/school project... ?

    You don't make the video on youtube, well at least I didn't. You make it on MovieMaker program which comes with most Dell software programs. I have a trick riding video of me hippodroming if you would like to add that since it is an uncommon riding style
  7. LOOK what followed me home today!

    Wow, that's a good saddle for a cheap price, and love the pad too, fun colors!
  8. LOOK what followed me home today!

    Wow, that's a good saddle for a cheap price, and love the pad too, fun colors!
  9. wanna rodeo

    No problem!
  10. wanna rodeo

    No problem!
  11. wanna rodeo

    Since you don't have a rodeo background, definetely find an instructoror someone who is willing to teach you, it makes things a whole lot easier too if they have the equipment like barrels/poles/cones/and or livestock such as goats for goat tying or calfs for roping
  12. wanna rodeo

    Since you don't have a rodeo background, definetely find an instructoror someone who is willing to teach you, it makes things a whole lot easier too if they have the equipment like barrels/poles/cones/and or livestock such as goats for goat tying or calfs for roping
  13. Reining pattern circles

    Yeah, I agree. Even though the circles don't show you overlapping, it's easier to do that and I think more correct. But, that's why there are directoins too, you have to follow the directions listed and not the diagram.
  14. Reining pattern circles

    Yeah, I agree. Even though the circles don't show you overlapping, it's easier to do that and I think more correct. But, that's why there are directoins too, you have to follow the directions listed and not the diagram.
  15. Which Stirrups?

    I have tried aluminum for awhile, and I personally don't like them. I don't like the aluminum covered ones either. I like the normal rawhide stirrups. Ask her the reason before you decline it. I mean, your the one riding the horse so you should get to choose, right?