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Continue the development of your horse’s suppleness for First Level with lengthening of stride, 15-meter circles and leg yield.

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How to Correctly Ride a Change of Lead Through Trot
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10 Tips for Better Dressage Trot Lengthenings
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How To Teach Your Horse to Pick Up the Correct Canter Lead
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George Williams: How Horses' Hind Legs Work
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How to Develop Quality Downward Transitions
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How to Help Your Horse Maintain Balance in Canter
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Trot Lengthenings: The What, The Why and The How
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Carry Your Hands to Maintain an Active Core
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The Effect of Upper-Body Balance on Lateral Work
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The Effect of Upper-Body Balance on Lateral Work
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A Common Mistake in First Level Lengthenings
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How Build Core Stability in the Saddle without Becoming Stiff
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