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We all want a great seat. 

The ability to follow the horse’s movement. To stay balanced. To give subtle cues. 

Perhaps the most important – to stay on! When a rider has a good seat the horse can trip, spook, lose rhythm, and the rider won’t feel that unsettling loss of balance. 

I have a few videos on the seat that I want to share with you, covering the basics that you may have heard before (position of your pelvis, where to sit in the saddle), but also going into the not so talked about… such as how your jaw can actually change your seat. (That one is coming up in the next video.)

For today, get started with the first in this series, “3 Keys to a Great Seat.” It breaks down the basics of a strong seat with easy tips you can use right away.

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Daily exercises for an immovable seat, steady hands, and a happier horse

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