Relax..Relax, that is the key. Soften the thigh, the ankle the knee. To close the leg, you use the calf. Let the seat work on the back half. Use that core a little bit more. Don't let the hands take all the galore. Elbows in for out is a sin, and don't forget to lift the chin. Controlling the angles soft n' light, helps any equestrian to ride a horse right. -Kairen Jamieson

Relax..Relax, that is the key. Soften the thigh, the ankle the knee. To close the leg, you use the calf. Let the seat work on the back half. Use that core a little bit more. Don't let the hands take all the galore. Elbows in for out is a sin, and don't forget to lift the chin. Controlling the angles soft n' light, helps any equestrian to ride a horse right. -Kairen Jamieson

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

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

Learn how to improve your horse's responsiveness and polish your riding skills and horsemanship using these 10 fun arena exercises.

Learn how to improve your horse's responsiveness and polish your riding skills and horsemanship using these 10 fun arena exercises.

The difference between leg yield, shoulder in, and half pass. From: http://www.dingosbreakfastclub.net/DingosBreakfastClub/BioMech/BioMechBook.html

The difference between leg yield, shoulder in, and half pass. From: http://www.dingosbreakfastclub.net/DingosBreakfastClub/BioMech/BioMechBook.html

This would be super fun to try on Luke next time!! This exercise is designed to change your hor...

This would be super fun to try on Luke next time!! This exercise is designed to change your hor...

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