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Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit | janesavoie.com

Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit - Jane Savoie

Flatwork Training for Showjumping

Flatwork Training for Showjumping. Great video by British Showjumping on rider position and flatwork.

Equine Anatomy with Equinology: Palpating the Horse's Surface Anatomy, Part One

Equinology shares a class video of students demonstrating the external anatomy on an actual horse.

Biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze critiques Elizabeth Morosani at First Level and gives tips for finding balance in the canter.

Biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze critiques Elizabeth Morosani at First Level and gives tips for finding balance in the canter.

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Great way to think of what your hands are suppose to do! anyone agree Adapted work from ©FEI / Arnd Bronkhorst / Pool Pic Livepic/FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

"At every turn were new views faraway across the hills."  This image was taken in the Welsh Borders. The glories of England by horseback - Telegraph

The glories of England by horseback

"At every turn were new views faraway across the hills." This image was taken in the Welsh Borders. The glories of England by horseback - Telegraph

Teach your horse these lateral movements with advice from Jane Savoie.

Leg Yield and Turn on the Forehand-Teach your horse these lateral movements with advice from Jane Savoie.

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 Into a Better Ride- By AQHA Professional Horsewoman and Certified Horsemanship Association instructor Carla Wennberg with Andrea Caudill

Less is More When Giving Aids to Create Balance

Pressure often creates the opposite effect when giving aids to create balance.

Every single time you walk around your horse to change sides you're actually signaling to him that you are submissive to him. Instead, you should be able to change sides without having to move your feet. This might seem like a simple concept, but believe me, your horse notices every single change. Every single time you can get your horse to move his feet, you're gaining a little bit more respect.

Every single time you walk around your horse to change sides you're actually…

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