Combine your groundwork to accomplish a grounded side pass. Stand next to your horse near the barrel of their body, using a crop if necessary. Bump the girth of the horse to tell them to move away; if they don’t move how you want, give them the cues for a turn on the haunch and a turn on the forehand. Continue working back and forth between your cues until your horse clues in and does at least a single successful step in a side pass.
Exercise #2 - i like adding in the phase's and i like the build from controlled trot to gradual release and stretch at the oxer. Do nothing but balance the horse. I'd also like to see this done in reverse order. from stretch, to coming back into control and out in trot. a 'simple' exercise with a lot of finesse.
Volume 1, No. 3 focuses on the benefits of gynmastic exercises for horse and rider. It also provides some simple trot pole exercises you can try at home. Based on a larger article from Issue 2, Athleticism. Download the PDF here: http://wp.me/p3ER8w-8B
Post with one stirrup?? 6 weird exercises to help you ride better, but before u post a comment PLEASE READ the whole damn article. Some commenters shouldn't be allowed to drive a car, let alone ride a horse! Lol