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Keeping Your Horse in Front of Your Leg

Shannon helps a rider with a stallion that tends to get behind the leg. With this type of horse, Shannon says you need to ride forward to organize and forward to balance rather than forward and back. Once the horse carries the rider forward, then the rider can start to bring the horse back.

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