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Use the leg yield to turn on the forehand
Evention TV offers some tips for improving your sitting trot.
- Start slow and build up to a more energetic trot
- Ride without stirrups. Safety first make sure you create a safe environment when trying this exercise. Dom recommends having your horse on a lunge line and in an enclosed area before dropping your stirrups
- Ride without reins and without stirrups. Again safety first make sure you are in a safe environment before you try this exercise.
Wait until you have a good trot to try the canter transition.
Leading ShowJumper Laura Renwick shows us how to ride related distances and how to get your horse to lengthen and shorten.
Riding the Shallop Loop Dressage Exercise.
The Mental Side of Dressage with Will Rogers, Anna Blomgren & Rasmus Bagger. This is a great example of cross platform training. My favorite was the Sumo wrestlers :). What I think is important about this is that good ground training and dressage can be combined for amazing results. When people open their minds up they can learn how to apply new skills and combine old methods and ultimately end up with a super tractable horse.
This is an interesting video which challenges some of the elements of inside leg to outside hand. Looks like the Mary Wanless is starting a new webinar series on Tuesday 9th June on everything from turning to lateral work at Visit Mary’s website for more info.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]