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Ever get bumped around as your horse jerks into a faster gait, or feel slightly out of control and out of balance trying to slow down? We all have, and its not a great feeling. You feel out of sync with your horse and you probably know the ride doesn’t look very smooth.

Today’s video is on mastering transitions – how to speed up and slow down without losing balance and rhythm. This is essential for any level rider in any discipline so click play and enjoy!


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6 Responses

  1. Your instructions on riding with the seat has really inspired me. Thank you so much. Molly is lovely. How old is she?

  2. Great information! I learned how to ride by just using the reins and verbal cues. I can’t wait to try to use my seat! It looks very smooth and makes sense. Your videos are extremely helpful for a beginner. I realize that I had no clue what I was doing because I learned from people who didn’t learn properly. Now I know all the things I should be doing when I get up in the saddle. Thank you so much!

  3. Great video. Looks easy but when I try it on our horse it does not go as smoothly. I guess it is just a matter of practice.

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