Canter Footfall, how do you know when to ask for the lead?

Have you ever wanted to know when you should ask or cue for a lead departure. What is the sequence of footfall of the horse in a canter? These are some of the most common questions people ask when it comes to canter work with the horse.

Cueing for a lead departure can be a little tricky. It requires timing and feel. Randy Byers has taking out the mystery our knowing when to cue for the canter departure. Randy has simply broken down the footfall and the timing of the footfall so you can successfully pick up the lead every time. This video will help you understand when to cue for a lead departure.

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