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relaxing on trails

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    05-13-2009, 08:08 PM
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Yeah, you'll definitely use leg yeilding on a trail. Horse's have either a sense of humor or no concept of knees. I'm still not sure which. Leg yeilding has saved my knees a zillion times from getting smacked into trees on narrow trails. Sideways capability is gold on trails!
     
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