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Dressage Solutions: Develop Outside Control and Power in the Canter Pirouette

Try this tip from Lisa Wilcox.

To develop outside control and
power in the canter pirouette …

Imagine you are getting impulsion from your horse’s outside
hind leg the way a person pushes with a skateboard to turn.
That way, your horse can take weight on the inside hind and
is set up for correct rotation.—Lisa Wilcox

Lisa Wilcox won a team bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Games
and a team silver medal at the 2002 World Equestrian Games. Again
representing the United States, she earned individual silver at the
2000 Open European Championships. After 12 years in Europe, she is
now based in Wellington, Florida.

Click here to read more articles with Lisa Wilcox.

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