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Old 03-09-2014, 03:34 PM   #11
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I wrote the above nearly 2 months ago....obviously the times and the time I am in balance with my horse both have increased...when I am in balance with my horse I can feel my horse / I can feel for my horse and my timing the signals/cues is better.
Probably I have a different out look on the terms because my riding/horsemanship improves. So might be that my interpretation of the terms will continue to change as my riding/horsemanship improves more (hopefully). That is an interesting thought for me.

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