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Everyone talks about riding a horse from their seat and legs, but what does it really mean? Canter

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Published on Jun 24, 2013

Now that we have focused on the feeling of Trudy Adams feeling when Ani is lifting her back, and is in front of her leg/aids at the walk and trot. We go into the canter. At first Ani will fall in and out of the canter and of course, lifting her back in the gait. To do this, Trudy focuses on where Ani's front end is and discovers that she has a tendency, like many riders, to ride more with the inside rein then the outside.

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