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VIDEO: Advice from Laura Graves on Riding a Tense Horse

In this video, Olympic dressage rider Laura Graves shares some strategies for riding tense horses.

In this video, U.S. Olympian Laura Graves and rider Gwendolyn Powers discuss what it takes to ride a tense horse and how important it is to use your leg aids, even on a horse who feels like she wants to run. 

Brought to you from the historic Hamilton Farm, home of the U.S. Equestrian Team in Gladstone, New Jersey, this insightful interview offers great advice from one of the world’s top dressage riders.

Click here to watch the video.

To read more articles with Laura Graves, click here.

Laura Graves and Verdades at the 2018 World Equestrian Games. (Photo by Amy K. Dragoo)

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