The Function of the Rider’s Elbow Joints

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A rider's elbow joint is one of the most important joints in their body... especially so for those of us who ride Dressage! As the elbow is essentially the rider's shock absorber - allowing horse and rider to maintain a harmonious connection while in motion. Read on to find out about a very common mistake riders make with their elbows, that causes all sorts of unwanted resistance from their horses! (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)


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