A “good seat”, that ability to follow the movement of the horse, remaining in balance, centered, directing the horse with the smallest of weight shifts… it is the goal of any rider.
What really creates a good seat? Is it our posture or movement, our sense of balance?
A good seat is all of these things, it is far more than simply our backside plopped in the saddle.
Beyond all the tips and tricks and visualizations for how to sit and move on a horse, there is one thing that matters most. It may seem so simple, but I’ve discovered that it is often the most simple answers that can do the most for us.
Watch the video and learn what matters most for a great seat.
See you in the comments!
P.S. We have one of our most popular workshops starting Monday, April 5 with Wendy Murdoch, international clinician and instructor, and a very influential mentor on my own riding and teaching.
AND… we decided to do something special today… everyone who signs up for this Free Workshop, and watches and comments on each of the three videos, will be entered for an opportunity to win FREE Enrollment in Wendy’s online course – The Effortless Rider.
*We will announce the winner on our Facebook page and through email.