|iloveabbie ||08-12-2009 02:12 PM |
HELP! english riders
i'm having issuses sitting my arabs canter english my legs fly out like they do in wester((riding western to long))
My horse gets kinda confused and stops):
is there anyway we can both work on it?
plz i need some help(:
|ragazzabella023 ||08-12-2009 02:19 PM |
how does he react when you go in a two point? the two point will help put your legs in the right position and will help strengthen your legs for the english position
|iloveabbie ||08-12-2009 02:21 PM |
She doesnt mind at all
|ragazzabella023 ||08-12-2009 02:30 PM |
okay well thats very good, i have a qh that was orignally trained western and would stop as soon as i got in a two point. i would def work alot in your two point cantering around this will help you get ur legs in a the position and let her get use 2 it! i hope this helps some
|farmpony84 ||08-12-2009 02:40 PM |
I was just getting ready to say that Rag! 2 point....
|.Delete. ||08-12-2009 02:47 PM |
Ride bareback more.
|sullylvr ||08-13-2009 02:01 PM |
you should try a dressage exercise my instructor makes us do to keep out legs down and under our hip pocket, while trotting (you might want to start at the walk first) take one foot out of the stirrup and grab your ankle with your hand so that your knee is bent. this helps keep your thigh in the right position. hope this helps!!
|RedRoan ||08-13-2009 02:04 PM |
I would agree with .Delete. Ride bareback more. It helps with building balance.
|HorsesHorses08 ||08-13-2009 02:07 PM |
i agree with all of the above
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