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Trudi Dempsey

creative equine training

1. Yielding the shoulders and quarters


Moving Turn on the Forehand/Haunches/Leg Yield; if you can stop, start, bend and back then the logical step is to gain control of the forehand and quarters. This module looks at the importance of placing the shoulders and quarters to achieve correct balance over all four feet. Video demonstrations, diagrams etc as well as the usual video feedback tasks.

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2.  Shoulder Fore/In and Travers


Continue the journey towards straightness, balance and collection with further lateral work. Shoulder in, the aspirin of equitation, will enable you to supple the shoulders and engage the hind quarters. Three track or four track? Understand the nuances and learn to apply the theory.  Read about it, watch videos and then submit assignments.

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