Riding the Magic Square with a Lower-Level Horse

AnnA Buffini demonstrates how riding a square can help a lower-level horse improve their balance, turning and ability to go forward.
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Riding a square can be beneficial for young or lower-level horses. AnnA Buffini shows how working a square can help your young or lower-level horse learn how to collect, turn and stay on your aids. On a circle, the horse and rider can potentially fall in, and the circle can become sloppy. On a square, you must be riding straight, prep for your turn, complete the turn and ride straight out. This exercise can help both you and your horse make precise, smooth turns.

AnnA June 16

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