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Rebecca Hagen
Rebecca Hagen • 1 year ago

Cure winter boredom with barn aisle exercises Make good use of the colder months by devoting some time to groundwork.

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Wet, chilly spring days don’t always provide the most advantageous riding time, but don’t just stay inside; get some training time inside the barn. AQHA Professional Horseman Brent Graef of Canyon, Texas, offers valuable barn-aisle exercises that will help your horse relax, be more supple and trust you more. His flexion exercises can help improve your canter departs and lead changes. Download the FREE Barn-Aisle Exercises report. americashorsedail...

Our thoughts exactly ;) #helmets Every Ride, Every Time! #Troxel

These exercises are great for balance and control,instead of using jumps I could just put poles on the ground and practice trail at the same time!

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This counter-canter exercise will help you to exercise your horse while working the horse’s neck, shoulders, rib cage and hips at the same time. It is also good for teaching a horse balance and collection. americashorsedail...

While #Winter may cut into your riding time, your horse’s training doesn’t have to end. Here are a few suggestions in today's blog to get you and your #horse started!