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Correct Rider Position for Leg Yields

Top international Grand Prix dressage competitor and trainer Shannon Dueck explains the correct position for lateral work.

In the second video in this series, As the ride continues, they work on getting the horse even sharper to the leg and more upright. Shannon works on details of the rider’s position during leg yield. Overall, the rider needs to stay absolutely square. That way the horse has a place to balance underneath the rider.

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