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Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on July 13, 2009

One thing to remember when asking a horse to round themselves. Leg comes before hand. You get the horse working their back end first.
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on April 6, 2009 | 2

Tell me what you all would like to hear about.
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on April 6, 2009 | 2

Slowing the trot can be difficult to do on a green horse so here are some tips: Slow your posting Sit back Sit deep Tighten your abdominal muscles Arch back
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on March 4, 2009

My horsey is getting better at the haunches in. Yay! :-D
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on February 26, 2009

Horses that haven't been trained to use their muscles properly will benefit from learning dressage. It will help them bulk up and develop their muscles. And help develop patience,learning to be mindful of their legs.
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on February 5, 2009

Praticing the sitting trot is important when your talking about Eq. So its easy to say "go with the motion, sink down" but its not so easy to apply. Like I said before lowering the stirrup a hole or two can help. What I do (the sitting trot is the ba… more ›
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on January 29, 2009

If your finding it hard to do dressage in your jumper saddle consider lowering your stirrup a hole or two. You may find that its easier to sink in and feel your horse underneath you.
Bella C.
Trissacar

Posted on January 28, 2009

Its important for the horse to stretch out their muscles before bringing it back to a collected frame heres some tips for that: Hunter Frame(long&low) Stretching before riding Lengthening THEN shortening Shoulder in Shoulder out Haunches in Ha… more ›

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