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Perfect Circle to a “T”

If you are looking for a fool proof way to obtain a perfect circle, here is a great place to start.  Some horses (and their riders) tend to be “circular challenged”.  This exercise will help you nail that perfect circle.   Perfect circles are really important.

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Double One Way

This drill will help a horse that tries to crowd the barrel. But also emphasizes the turn for one that needs it. Great drill for nice correct turns.

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Weaving

This drill will help improve your horses suppleness and maneuverability.   Easy to implement into some of the other drills you might have set up already.

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Reverse Arc 360

This is a great drill to apply if your horse has a tendency to drop his shoulder and or he wants to cut in. It will help a horse that gets on his front end too much and help you gain control.

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Turnarounds

This is the start of a corner point in a barrel turn.  If you want your horse to make a corner and leave straight, he needs to know how to do a “turnaround”.  If you have a horse that doesn’t engage his hind end in a turn, this is a great drill.  All young horses […]

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Arcing

This drill encourages suppleness through the body and poll all the way through to the hip.  The horse should be soft and responsive. The horse should understand what leg pressure is as you will need to ask for both shoulder and hip control.  You will start this drill at a walk and work up to […]

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