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Training Buzz: Riding the Hind Legs for a Flying Change

Welcome to Dressage Today Podcast’s Training Buzz, sponsored by Horse Week, with international Grand Prix competitor Shannon Dueck about how she introduces a single flying change. Early on, she usually doesn’t ask for a change on the diagonal because the horse can get too strong. Dueck starts with walk-canter transitions around the full arena. If the horse can do that easily, then the horse is ready to try the change.

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