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Get Your Horse to go more Forward with Better Movement

One of the most important fundamentals of riding and training horses is improving the way our horses move, and sometimes just making sure we aren’t accidentally interfering with their movement.

When our horses move better, the ride is more comfortable, the horse’s muscles develop correctly, and moving better can even help horses stay more sound over the long term.

For many horses, improving their movement and creating a better ride, as well as correcting other issues such as bucking or balking, starts with getting more forward motion. Of course, there are other things to take into account – for example, if a horse is hollow going faster isn’t necessarily going to fix that, but we’ll talk about that a bit more in the video…

In today’s video, I share the three points that I find are most important for getting that more forward movement and improving your horse’s way of going.

Click play below to watch the video, then leave a comment!

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