The better your horse behaves for your farrier, the better job your farrier can do.
Let's face it. No one wants to have to pick out a hoof with a horse that is behaving badly. Neither does your farrier. It's hard enough to keep your own feet out of the way and not…
Added by Ruth Hogan Poulsen on January 17, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments
I've been giving a bunch of seat and leg position riding lessons lately, and I've discovered some interesting things about the correlation of the pelvis, lower leg, and losing your stirrups.
Does this ever happen to you?
• Do you lose your stirrups in the sitting trot?
• Does your horse slow down in the sitting trot or when you work without stirrups?
• Does your knee come out over the front of the saddle when you're in the sitting trot or canter?
• Does it…
Added by Ruth Hogan Poulsen on January 8, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments