Walk On!

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If your horse walks sluggishly on the trail, there’s a chance your body cues are keeping him at a slow pace. Your horse should walk with a cadenced beat and allow you to keep up with fellow riders without breaking into a trot. http://trailridermag.com/article/walk  

Understanding Your Leg Aids

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Understand Your Leg Aids The “natural aids” are the tools that you were born with that allow you to communicate to the horse what you want him to do while you are riding. Traditionally, there are four natural aids, the seat, the legs, the hands and the voice. If you have attended one of my […]