Small Horse JumpsLittle horse jumps
Measuring the spacing between the jumps
Stage 1: Place a 12-foot floor track on a level area. In four, even three feet increments, go along the splint several places to remember how it felt. Your horse has a 12-foot tread so you can get a feel for how much floor your horse covers in one go.
Stage 2: Place a small horizontal or horizontal batten. In order to take two more verticals (gallop), place your back on the back of the canter. Wear a floor track and move directly away from the first perpendicular by walking the four, even three paces you practised in the first one.
That'?s one horse step. Repetition of the? order for two steps or 24ft. In order to consider the arrival and departure of your horse, re-run the scene a third one. If you reach the last place, place the bar at the tip of your boots on the floor and make your second leap.
After the jumps are adjusted, verify your range. Go from the default of the first lefthand side to the default of the second lefthand side. Do this on the right side to make sure your jumps are not skewed. They should be able to do both jumps in two easy steps.
When your horse has a below-average or above-average walk, move the jumps inwards or outwards to make the walk more pleasant for your horse. They can also move the jumps nearer together to practise driving a calmer line, or move them further apart to get a forward line.