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Do you ever go to the barn for a ride and find you have no idea what you want to do? You ride around, feeling a bit aimless and then call it a day, having made no improvement and feeling as though there is nothing to show for your efforts.

If you’re like most of us, you’ve got limited time to ride and you won’t make improvements or changes doing the same old thing you have been doing. As the popular quote attributed to Einstein (as many popular quotes are) says, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.”

Every rides counts so in this video I will show you a simple structure to bring purpose and fun to your rides.

This structure becomes much more effective when you have a menu of exercises for you and for your horse to be able to literally create hundreds of different combinations.

I created this menu of exercises for you in my new book, Stay in the Saddle, 67 Exercises for Horse and Rider. Check it out here!

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9 Responses

    1. Hi Liana, these exercises are great for riders of all disciplines 🙂

      -Julia, HorseClass Community Manager

  1. Funny thing is I follow a structure like that in everyday life. Thank you for the tips. I really need to work on my saddle stability and steering aids and then I think everything will come a lot more steadily. I didn’t think I was nervous or anxious rider but the more i read and the videos I watch maybe i am? I just love being there with the horse. Again thank you for the tips

  2. I ordered this book for my wife for Christmas. Can I wait to send her the free class you sent me in my email?

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