How To Ride Leg Yield

Credit: Courtesy, Annie Morris  During the leg yield along the wall, the horse is at about a 30-degree angle to the wall.

Let the Leg Yield Work for You

This exercise helps horses become more flexible in the shoulders, back and hips and develops the connection through the horse’s body.

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How to Ride First Level Leg Yields

Learn how the leg yield prepares for advancement in dressage training

Credit: Rebecca Neff When done properly, a simple leg yield looks flowing and natural for both horse and rider. Catherine Chamberlain rides Chance, her 13-year-old Dutch Warmblood.

Leg Yield for Relaxed Transitions

Catherine Chamberlain shows you how to improve your horse with these exercises.

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Posting When Leg Yielding: What Is Correct?

FEI trainer Lisa Pierson explains the influence of the rising trot on the horse