|Years ago working at home|
Well the other day I was getting my half chaps and my eyes landed on the spurs hanging next to them.
I figured what the heck, it was worth a try. I did use spurs during the camp. After warming up, Comrade felt a bit lighter than normal. As I put him together, I was pleased to feel a bigger, better, more connected trot. It seems while the whip reminds the butt and the hands create boundaries, the spurs are middle management. They tell his middle to lift and bend. That seems to be a critical part in getting Comrade to connect correctly.
|Working at camp|
|Pretty views during cool down|