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katie95

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katie95 says:

Video almost finished! ...

 You don't have to watch, you've probs had enough of me and my long videos haha but I've almost put together nearly all of my final video now - what do you guys think? I know some of the words are out of sync , the total video is about 17 mins but maximum it would let me upload on youtube is 15 so splitting it into 2 parts messed up timings for some reason. But here you go!

Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZDehAhSnf0

Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhWFl...=youtube_gdata This is just untacking really but I think he looks cute haha :3 xxx

All I need now is 'walking into stable, putting on headcollar and tying up' 'leading a pony in a headcollar' ' mounting from the ground' and 'turn on the forehand.' It also says I need to attempt a half pirouette from trot but Im missing that out, wth even is it? And from trot - no chance! x

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breeandthegirls

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Re: Video almost finished! ...

 Looks great :) 

What level/grade is that for? Just wondering because I'm doing A level PE which is similar :) 

Much love, breeandthegirls

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katie95

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katie95 says:

Re: Video almost finished! ...

 Its for GCSE PE full course (so I do 4 sports) aw good luck with yours :) xxx

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breeandthegirls

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katie95 said:

 Its for GCSE PE full course (so I do 4 sports) aw good luck with yours :) xxx


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