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I think this is what my trainer is trying to show me, to use outside rein & leg to turn the horse's whole shoulder & body to a circle to the inside. I tend to do "B" which only turns his head.

use outside rein & leg to turn the horse's whole shoulder & body to a circle to the inside. Most people tend to do "B" which only turns his head.

Glenshee Equestrian Centre: Using Direct Rein and Indirect Rein Together (The Indirect Rein)

(click image to view full size) Like the Direct Rein , the Indirect Rein, also known as a Neck Rein or Bearing Rein, is a simple u.

Sit the Trot Better and Don’t Lose Your Stirrups--- Cause if you ride my horse you need these tips!!!!

Pinning it on Horse Training but it is more like Me Trainging. - Sit the Trot Better and Don’t Lose Your Stirrups

Proper stirrup length

classicaldreaming: “ full-cheek-snaffle: “ themotherfuckingclickerkid: “ classicaldreaming: “ this is for like strong, developed dressage leg.

HHT's dressage diagrams give unique visual clarity to many important aspects of riding and training horses.

HHT& dressage diagrams give unique visual clarity to many important aspects of riding and training horses.

If your horse has a hard time standing still for the farrier, put a piece of duct tape on their nose to distract them. It works!

If your horse has a hard time standing still for the farrier, put a piece of duct tape on their nose to distract them. Going to try this for my kids' horse

This is called a puller tie or belly rope tie. It helps teach a horse go give to pressure. If the horse pulls back it takes some of the strain and pressure off the horse's face and neck.

This is called a puller tie or belly rope tie. It helps teach a horse give to pressure. If the horse pulls back it takes some of the strain and pressure off the horse's face and neck.

Bit information

Choosing the correct Bit to suit your horse. The right bit helps with control, suits hard or soft mouths etc.

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