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Leg Yields – The How, When, and Why – Dressage Fundamentals

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The Basic Fundamentals of the Training Pyramid, Leg Yielding and the Rider's use of the Leg Aids | Dressage Headlines

The Basic Fundamentals of the Training Pyramid, Leg Yielding and the Rider's use of the Leg Aids

Positive Retraining for the Poorly Ridden Horse Awesome article

A correctly executed lateral movement is very effective for retraining a poorly ridden horse and generally doesn’t require a great expenditure of energy, especially at the walk. There is more to say, however, to appropriately value the importance of this

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Olympische Sommerspiele London 2012 Dressage horse and rider.

Olympische Sommerspiele London 2012 Dressage horse and rider.

Teach your horse to execute a turn on the forehand. This exercise is handy for opening gates and leads to other more advanced skills for training your horse.

Learn how to cue your horse or pony to canter or lope, and how to ride a canter or lope. Learn how to use your legs, hands and body while cuing and riding the lope or canter.

How to Ride Inside-Leg to Outside-Rein

I am working on my inside-leg-to-outside-rein connection, but I don’t really feel any difference in my horse when I use this leg–rein combination aid. What exactly is this famous aid supposed to achieve in the horse? How do I know I am getting a successfu