An Exercise to Increase Pushing Power Behind, and Improve the Quality of Your Lengthened, Medium, and Extended Gaits

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A variation or extension of the "walk two steps and trot again exercise", this exercise is a great way to improve pushing power behind - and will therefore improve the quality of your lengthened, medium, and extended gaits. And since it teaches the horse to stay "sitting" on his hocks as he increases his push, he learns how to keep a more uphill balance when he moves more powerfully. Which will lead to more quality collection afterwards. Read on to find out how to do it! (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)

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