Handling Conflicting Advice From Trainers

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Take enough lessons and you will inevitably come across some conflicting advice. How do you know which advice to take? Hands up or hands down? Quiet and still hands or vibrate the reins? Weigh the inside or outside seat bone? Or neither?? Sit to the jumps or stay off your horse's back? Contact or loose reins? When you are an amateur rider who is still learning the ropes, it can be very confusing (and even upsetting) to get such conflicting advice! Here's how to best handle these situations, and how to figure out which methods you should use for your horse. (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)


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