In vaulting, it’s not all picturesque maneuvers and perfect landings. A lot of hard work — and hard landings — go into the final product!
Mickey Rooney said, “You always pass failure on your way to success.” Never does that seem more true than when learning a difficult discipline.
And vaulting is a TOUGH discipline. You have to trust the horse — and sometimes your partner — to balance and flip while at a canter. It takes hours and hours of practice and dedication to stick the landings, but many times the vaulter is going to fall. Here’s a compilation of those failures that lead to ultimate success (we hope).
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Hang on and go riding, Horse Nation!
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