05-20-2010, 02:51 PM
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Spirit Horse beat me too it. And the best thing is to vary the lengths of the cavaletti and to have a long row instead of just one or two. Set up 5 or six so they have to continually pick up there feet for a short distance. And change it up, make one row of cavaletti short so they really have to lift those feet and back and make some longer to make them stretch and reach forward with their legs to get through it. Shortening and lengthening strides over cavaletti will really work the back and hind end and make your horse push more from behind and get freer in the shoulder. Good luck!