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Schooling a green horse over fences with this step-by-step approach will teach him the fundamentals of jumping.

Teach Your Horse to Jump in Five Simple Steps~Schooling a green horse over fences with this step-by-step approach will teach him the fundamentals of jumping.

Left, a horse with a correctly developed topline will have muscles in front of the withers that are as wide or wider than the muscles closer to the poll. The muscles under the neck are soft and loose. Right, oftentimes when the development of the horse is wrong, the muscles in front of the withers are narrow and become wider halfway up. If the width at the base of the neck is not there, it's difficult for a bridge to exist. | © Sandy Rabinowitz

Olympian Sue Blinks discusses developing your horse's topline so it serves as a suspension bridge of musculature, making self-carriage possible.

Anne Kenan's Easy Steps to Improve Your Horse's Topline | Expert how-to for English Riders

Anne Kenan offers visual aids and exercises to help your horse build more muscle and a better topline through a lighter connection and proper balance.

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