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        07-19-2013, 02:36 PM
    Equestrian Vaulting lessons help with riding?

    Anybody does vaulting lessons too? Was wondering how useful they are in helping with balancing /riding a horse.Thank You
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        07-19-2013, 02:52 PM
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    All I've seen is, since it is more or less the norm in Germany, little, and I mean little, 4-5 years, kids who start out vaulting later on don't have the slightest problem with balance in a saddle, no fear and a very independent seat. I guess that translates to adults too, to a certain degree
        07-21-2013, 03:35 PM
    Vaulting is a phenomenal way to improve your riding. I've had the chance to do vaulting for a couple years. My gelding was actually used for vaulting because he was big and quiet and such a phenomenal horse for it. If we had a local vaulting team now, I would go back to it in a heartbeat. I wish every rider had the opportunity to try it.

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