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A place to hang out, chat and discuss horsey-related things with other PONY magazine readers! Maybe you have a pony problem, or you want opinions on the best XC colours – or perhaps you just want to know what breed is everyone's fave!

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  1. horseandponymad541 says:

    hi does anyone know a good colour saddle pad for a miniature shetland who is chestnut/palomino any help hp x
    p.s she is very small 8hhx

  2. horseandponymad541 says:

    thx all will help thx when I do get back to riding will definitely use those tips thank u

  3. k.m#skewboldpony says:

    Quite a lot of colours suit a black horse so you can’t really choose the wrong one but I think bright colours are the best to contrast the dark horse so: yellow, blue, red, white and pink. Try not to use brown or black😄hope this helped
    K.m xxx

  4. grumpygelding says:

    hiya,
    I’m riding my pony for the first time in two months since lockdown soon and am wondering if anyone has any tips, since he is prone to bucking so is likely to do so when I get back on him! 🙂

  5. Amber24 says:

    hi everyone, I really love riding my horse but she won’t pick up her feet on canter poles but she picks her feet up on trot poles if anyone as any answers please reply .

  6. chestnutdunny2 says:

    You’re welcome horseandponymad541 i’m sorry 😐 but i’ve never jumped before but maybe when you go back riding start of small and then gradually increase the size of the jump to get your confidence back??? hope this helps!!!!
    CN2 xxx 🐴

  7. Hiya K.M#skewbaldpony! Sonic is a black connemara! Colours to could help! i’m really looking forward to riding again.
    sophiesonic34

  8. K.m#skewboldpony says:

    Horseandponymad541,
    When you go into the jump keep your leg on your horse or pony and dont be hesitant try to be confident. When in the jump bring your bum slightly of the saddle and lean forewards but make sure your balanced. Also when your horse is jumping push your hands and reins further up the horse neck- do this whilst folding. This helps your horse stretch and makes it easier for them. I hope this helped 🙂 I cant wait to get back to jumping! And seeing the ponies again🦄🐴❤
    K.m xxx

  9. horseandponymad541 says:

    hiya, I’m really excited to get back to riding but I need some jumping tips if anyone has any please reply to this comment also hope everyone is all ok.

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