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Improve Your Riding Skills

posted in Sports
10/23/2014
  • Heels down- stand on a step like at the bottom of your stairs and practise pushing your heels down, hold onto the wall or banister first and as you get more confident slowly let go.
    Heels down- stand on a step like at the bottom of your stairs and practise pushing your heels down, hold onto the wall or banister first and as you get more confident slowly let go.
  • Lunge- helps a lot if your not an everyday rider or actually bonding with your horse will help, making a real connection with them will make your horse want to work hard and enjoy the challenges you give them.
    Lunge- helps a lot if your not an everyday rider or actually bonding with your horse will help, making a real connection with them will make your horse want to work hard and enjoy the challenges you give them.
  • Confidence- have confidence in both yourself and your horse, if they pick up on your nerves then it will make them feel the same way. It's teamwork!
    Confidence- have confidence in both yourself and your horse, if they pick up on your nerves then it will make them feel the same way. It's teamwork!
  • Reins- practise holding your reins with something like rope. Ask friends to help you, turn it into a game. Get your friend to pretend they're your horse and the rope is your reins and swap that way you both get to see what the horse feels like and this should reflect on future riding.
    Reins- practise holding your reins with something like rope. Ask friends to help you, turn it into a game. Get your friend to pretend they're your horse and the rope is your reins and swap that way you both get to see what the horse feels like and this should reflect on future riding.
  • Bareback- try bareback riding, really feel your horses rhythm, their breathing, their steps, their heart beat.
    Bareback- try bareback riding, really feel your horses rhythm, their breathing, their steps, their heart beat.
  • Rewards- when they've done good, let them know. Make sure they know you're happy about what they've done. This way will teach them they only get rewarded when they do well making them want to achieve more to get treats.
    Rewards- when they've done good, let them know. Make sure they know you're happy about what they've done. This way will teach them they only get rewarded when they do well making them want to achieve more to get treats.
  • Teamwork- you both need hard work for you to improve. Not just you, not just your horse; both of you.
    Teamwork- you both need hard work for you to improve. Not just you, not just your horse; both of you.
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