Saturday, October 25, 2014
How To Keep Your Lower Legs Anchored so Your Horse Stays Connected in th...
"How To Keep Your Lower Legs Anchored so Your Horse Stays Connected in the Transitions"
While I am at the away... I wanted to share this series with you. Now it the perfect time for you to take the time to focus on your riding position. This is Trudy Adam on Ani. I asked Trudy what she wanted to focus on, and she said that Ani tends to through her nose up in the air, and disconnect in the transitions. When this happens to riders, it is usually because the rider has disconnected in the transitions. This usually starts in the lower leg. It is easy to see as their heels are higher than their toes. Now you can follow Trudy as she focuses on staying anchored through her lower leg for her transitions in this series.
Are you ready to invest in your riding success? Now is the perfect time.