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Drassage Exercises for any horse, part 1 - Suppleness requires a change of bend change of gait and a lateral change

Drassage Exercises for any horse, part 1 - Suppleness requires a change of bend change of gait and a lateral change

Dressage Hunter jumper eventing horse equine grand prix dressage equestrian

Dressage Hunter jumper eventing horse equine grand prix dressage equestrian

How to get perfect flying lead changes

How to get perfect flying lead changes

Spiraling can be done at any gait, and it will help your horse learn to balance himself, to be steady and trust your aids. By teaching your horse to spiral, you can improve transitions, create a more balanced and responsive horse, move a western pleasure horse on and off the wall, and maneuver a roping  horse in the box.    Begin the exercise on a 20-meter circle, tracking left at a walk.    Take a look at how your aids should work: http://americashorsedaily.com/spiraling-into-a-better-ride/

Spiraling can be done at any gait, and it will help your horse learn to balance himself, to be steady and trust your aids. By teaching your horse to spiral, you can improve transitions, create a more balanced and responsive horse, move a western pleasure horse on and off the wall, and maneuver a roping horse in the box. Begin the exercise on a 20-meter circle, tracking left at a walk. Take a look at how your aids should work: http://americashorsedaily.com/spiraling-into-a-better-ride/

The Shallow loop is an exercise that teaches your horse to bend in both  directions while laying the ground work for lateral exercises

The Shallow loop is an exercise that teaches your horse to bend in both directions while laying the ground work for lateral exercises

6 Ways to Unleash the Power of Your Riding Seat

6 Ways to Unleash the Power of Your Riding Seat

The spiral exercise works best if you ride with soft hands while keeping a slight bend, but the crucial aids are your seat and your legs, teaching the horse to move laterally. Jean Abernethy illustration

The spiral exercise works best if you ride with soft hands while keeping a slight bend, but the crucial aids are your seat and your legs, teaching the horse to move laterally. Jean Abernethy illustration

Learn to Leg-Yield with Volker Brommann | Practical Horseman

Learn to Leg-Yield with Volker Brommann | Practical Horseman

This repeating series of bending lines is an excellent exercise for horse and rider.   Start by Trotting jumps 1 & 3 and cantering out. As that becomes fluid, move to cantering 1&3.   For ...

This repeating series of bending lines is an excellent exercise for horse and rider. Start by Trotting jumps 1 & 3 and cantering out. As that becomes fluid, move to cantering 1&3. For ...

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