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4 Exercises to Improve Your Position with Shannon Peters

PLUS Suspensory Injuries—Is your horse at risk?

Rider position and balance affect nearly all aspects of your horse’s performance. But, it can be a huge challenge to correctly maintain your position and balance on a living, breathing and moving animal. In this article, Grand Prix dressage rider Shannon Peters shares four exercises to help you become a more effective rider by finding and keeping your balance in the saddle.

Another key factor in your horse’s performance (and happiness!) is the health of his body. Suspensory injuries are common among equine athletes and in this article, we take a closer look at the prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of this injury.

Read more in this edition of the Dressage Today Extra!

Featured in this special report:

  • Your Checklist for Perfect Position
  • Is Your Horse at Risk for a Suspensory Injury?

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