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Training Buzz: Riding the Less Motivated Horse

Welcome to Dressage Today Podcast’s Training Buzz. These short podcasts release every other Sunday with quick tips to help you on your dressage journey. This week, horsemanship expert, dressage and event rider and trainer Chelsea Canedy rides a horse with a personality style she finds common with many riders—one that is wonderfully safe, but less motivated and not as responsive to a light leg aid. This type of horse often teaches a rider to work too hard, so Chelsea demonstrates how to promote a better way of going for the horse so that the rider isn’t exhausted by the end of the ride.

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