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Moving Your Horse Laterally from Pressure

Another useful tool on the ground is moving laterally from pressure. Chelsea demonstrates how to do a leg yield with the horse’s head to the wall. Doing it along the wall helps with a boundary to go sideways instead of forward. When the horse gets it right, she removes the aid and relaxes her body so the horse understands he did what she wanted.

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