How to Get a Stable Lower Leg

A stable lower leg position is what all riders strive for.

We know that having a “good” lower leg will make us more effective and clear in our cues to the horse and help us to feel secure in the saddle.

“Keep your leg still” is certainly common advice in riding lessons, but how do you achieve a stable leg?

Most people attempt to stabilize their leg by holding it still, gripping against the horse or bracing into the stirrups. But this actually makes the problem worse, because a stable lower leg isn’t about having no movement, it’s about having the right movement…

I’ll explain and demonstrate in today’s video. Click here to learn how to improve your lower leg position.

Links to Videos Referenced:

How to Stop Gripping

Riding “On Your Thigh”

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