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Dressage for Fox Hunters

With all of the snow and ice that this winter has brought with it, fox hunting has come to a screeching halt for many hunts. Some hunts have been able to continue off and on, but the majority have been side lined. This fox hunting break is giving our resident fox hunter here at JL Training some dressage time. Yes, he is working on bending, leg yields, transitions and shoulder-in. This fox hunter is now soft in your hands and sitting on his hind end! I know that the benefits of all of this dressage work will shine thru in the field if this weather will ever turn for the better! What do you do with your fox hunters to keep them working in between hunting?

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