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How do you know your horse is using his back? | Horse Listening

Good use of back for this particular horse. Note the deep-stepping inside hind leg, the weight slightly shifted back, the light front end, the calm, confident expression.

What being on the forehand means to the horse

What Being On the Forehand Means to the Horse

How To "Flow" from the Trot to the Walk

How To “Flow” from the Trot to the Walk

How To "Flow" from the Trot to the Walk

6 Ways to Unleash the Power of Your Riding Seat... Photo Credit: NBanaszak Photography

6 Ways to Unleash the Power of Your Riding Seat

Photo Credit: NBanaszak Photography - Use the "Canter-trot" to engage the hind end

Jane Savoie explains the half halt, using her amazing analytical skills, and her ability to articulate each minute stage and the reason for it.

Dressage teacher Jane Savoie explains that there are many variations of the basic half halt. In this video she teaches the "connecting half halt" to help put.

George Williams' Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids | Dressage Today

Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids

A routine I call kindergarten exercises is for horses and riders needing to learn more about the rhythmic application and timing of aids. These exercises translate human thought into a.

How To Stretch Your Horse Over The Topline | Posted by Horse Listening

How To Stretch Your Horse Over The Topline

Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit | janesavoie.com

Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit - Jane Savoie

Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. Sustainable Dressage. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

"Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

Does your horse pull down on the reins, getting heavier and heavier with every footfall? Does he  fall to the forehand, seemingly oblivious to you, the rider, at the end of the reins? Maybe his leg...

Why Interrupting A Horse’s Stride Might Be Just the Ticket for Better Balance

Why Interrupting A Horse’s Stride Might Be Just the Ticket for Better Balance by Horse Listening

Two methods for teaching your horse to lengthen his trot stride without breaking into canter

Two methods for teaching your horse to lengthen his trot stride without breaking into canter

Pull. Any direction will do, really. Up, down, open rein, closed rein, back to the thigh… we can get creative about it.

The #1 Rider Problem of the Year: Pulling to “Frame” A Horse

The Rider Problem of the Year: Pulling to “Frame” A Horse

One Simple Way to Quiet Your Hands While Riding - Horse Listening

One Simple Way to Quiet Your Hands While Riding Horses

One Simple Way to Quiet Your Hands While Riding Horses - Horse Listening