Originally Posted by Klassic Superstar
Toes need to be pointed forward, hands up, more bend in the elbow while lift up in your chest. Roll those shoulders back and look up. Pretend you balancing an apple on each shoulder and can't drop them. Staying evenly balanced in your core and upper and well as lower body will help your horse more then words can describe, it will take time. Your Body is used to how it holds itself now, same with your big boy ;) so he will take time to adjust to your new body postistion. He may also try to get you to go back to your old habits cause its easier this way for him.
Ok, I guess I didn't look as good as I thought lol but everyone has to work on something. Though I just got him and this was our third ride together, so that being said I guess I did pretty good for only a third ride lol especially since I'm used to a pony and quarter, he is a dutch warmblood so its very different for me. I will try your suggestions thanx! Posted via Mobile Device