If what I'm about to say makes sense, then I have successfully woken up (sitting in my morning class ATM)
When a horse is in trot, the front legs(forget the back legs and bear with me xD) move opposite to each other, IE. One is forward while the other is back. When you're sitting in the saddle, and I actually find this easier with a bouncier horse as you move much more and it helps you learn, move your hips with his shoulders. What I mean is when his right leg is forward, tilt/turn your right hip to follow that leg. Vice-versa with the other leg/hip. It sounds very strange and isn't actually correct, but once you get the hang of it you can figure out how much give you need to give with your hips to match the horses stride without looking like you're using a hoopla-hoop, and from the ground you look much better and smoother!
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Last edited by ShaynadhMarzer; 01-10-2014 at 04:53 AM.
Reason: correcting information