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This counter-canter exercise will help you to exercise your horse while working the horse’s neck, shoulders, rib cage and hips at the same time. It is also good for teaching a horse balance and collection.

This counter-canter exercise will help you to exercise your horse while working the horse’s neck, shoulders, rib cage and hips at the same time. It is also good for teaching a horse balance and collection. by reva

Sally Swift - riding with your bones to develop a following seat

Sally Swift explains how "riding with your bones" releases tensions, corrects imbalance, and permits harmonious, precise movement on horseback.