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How many of you want to return to the posting trot once give the sitting trot a try? You're not by yourself! When learning to ride horses, bouncing at the sitting trot is a common issue. So don't think you're the only one who has trouble sitting the trot. Learn how to sit the trot better, move with the horse and best of all stop bouncing! It won't happen in one go or maybe it will. But normally it will still take some practice, until the light bulb goes off!
How many of you want to go back to posting trot once you start learning the sitting trot? You’re not alone! Bouncing at the sitting trot is a common problem when learning how to ride horses. So don’t feel like you are the only one struggling with sitting the trot. Learn how to sit the trot better, move with the horse and best of all stop bouncing! It won't happen in one go or maybe it will. But normally it will still take some practice, until the light bulb goes off!
Are you just starting out learning to ride horses? If you are riding english then when you start trotting you will be learning how to post to the trot. Learn how the horses legs move at the trot and when you are supposed to rise out of the saddle when you post. #beginnerrider #beginnerequestrian #learningtotrot #learningtoridehorses #horses #horsebackriding
Some horses don't like to be in the back of the herd. If they are stuck in that situation, they can get pushy and forward, and even start acting out. In this article, I share some things you can do to redirect these horses' energy.
Horses are much bigger, faster, and stronger than humans. As you start working with horses, it's important to establish what your boundaries with these incredible beasts. Here are a few easy groundwork exercises to help your horse become aware of your personal space.