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Incorporating Transitions on a Circle into Groundwork

In this video, Chelsea moves from leading the horse to circling, which she uses more for building the connection with her horse instead of for exercise. She explains her single cue aids for different gaits, stressing that using a barrage of aids to get your horse to move is just like using your leg constantly when you ride and not get a response. One aid – one response.

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