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In Western Dressage, it is a requirement to have a soft, supple, round horse. Sometimes, and in some breeds, we have horses with or have been taught to have a high head carriage. Whenever the nose is above the drive-line, we can lose leverage and cause the horse to hollow out his back. In this video we talk about concepts and we will show you how to do a suppling circle that will help lower the poll and create roundness through bending. This bending will soften the head, neck, poll, shoulders and rib cage.

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