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Riding Both Sides of the Horse: Shoulder-In and 10-Meter Circles

FEI dressage rider and competitor Olivia Lagoy-Weltz helps a rider school shoulder-in and 10-meter circles.

In the second part of this two-part video, they work on shoulder-in and 10-meter circles. While it’s easy to think about neck bend, it’s important to know where the withers are. They should be on the line of the circle. The outside aids need to bring the horse around the outside of the turn but doesn’t shove the horse over to the inside side.

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