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Training Buzz: Rider Biomechanics

In today’s Buzz, we hear from biomechanics expert Stephany Fish Crossman. She starts by watching a young rider moving on her thoroughbred at a walk and trot in both directions, making some observations as to where the rider carries more weight. Then Stephany explains how repositioning the rider can help her be more effective.

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