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Good riding posture is important not for looking good, but for being a rider who is comfortable to carry, and can communicate clearly to the horse.

To put it simply, the better our posture, the easier it is for our horses to carry us.

In this video, I will go over 5 tips for better posture – applicable to any discipline and not just for beginners – even advanced riders can easily forget these simple steps to good riding.

We will work from head to toe to make you more stable, balanced, and connected on your next ride.

Hit play below to watch 5 Tips for Great Riding Posture

See you in the comments,

Callie

p.s. When we filmed this video, we also couldn’t help but have some “spooky” fun to celebrate fall and Halloween….

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