Turning exercises. good way to slow a fast horse, if they think they will turn tight after a jump they will be less apt to run/bolt after the jump. ride also needs to practice reading the lines well to get the circles perfect.

I like this just as poles on the ground! Spiral Jumping Exercise - would also be good for contesting/trail horses as just simple cavaletti.

THE CRAZY THING MY HORSE DID AFTER LEARNING THIS WARM UP - BRAID SECRETS

THE CRAZY THING MY HORSE DID AFTER LEARNING THIS WARM UP

Exercise #2 - i like adding in the phase's and i like the build from controlled trot to gradual release and stretch at the oxer. Do nothing but balance the horse. I'd also like to see this done in reverse order. from stretch, to coming back into control and out in trot. a 'simple' exercise with a lot of finesse.

Exercise - i like adding in the phase's and i like the build from controlled trot to gradual release and stretch at the oxer. Do nothing but balance the horse. I'd also like to see this done in reverse order. from stretch, to coming back into control a

Each time you ride capture these 6 specific pieces of information:-

Keeping a journal is part of your horse training regime. Each time you ride capture these 6 specific pieces of information:-

horse obstacle - Maze (this is not an obstacle, ride with me...I will show an obstacle)

Balance and bend – the labyrinth

One of my favourite ground exercises is the Tellington Labyrinth. The labyrinth is a great way to assess your horse's range of motion and agility, it helps a horse to focus and pay attention to you.

Bounce grid with ground poles, small vertical, and crossrail | themaggiememoirs.blogspot.com

Bounce grid with ground poles, small vertical, and crossrail, an exercise for both rider and horse!

Develop Your Horse's Core Strength and Flexibility with Gymnastic Dressage Exercises

Develop Your Horse's Core Strength and Flexibility with Gymnastic Dressage Exercises Horse Education and Anatomy. Horses Learn about www.

This schooling exercise not only challenges your horses jumping ability, but also the riders ability to properly direct the horse, and maintain control through the fences. The circle at the end makes this a great exercise for hunters, as a circle at the end of the course is mandatory.

This schooling exercise not only challenges your horses jumping ability, but also the riders ability to properly direct the horse, and maintain control through the fences. The circle at the end makes this a great exercise for hunters, as a circle at the e

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