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Confidence Through Rhythm

Jumping • 4m 24s

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    Ronny watches the horses extend and come back in the trot and canter with the emphasis on coming back in balance to be able to correctly execute a rollback. He would like to see more body influence than hand when bringing the horse back.

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    The horses should be able to freely move forward and back in the canter and bringing the horse back should mostly be done with the riders upper body. In a course if the rider collects the horse abruptly it could mess up the striding and distance to the next fence.

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    The riders put Ronny’s tips into action while riding turns and rollbacks. He wants the riders to step into the outside stirrup, open the inside rein and use the outside rein against the neck. This helps the horse do a tighter turn while keeping the same tempo.