What Does it Mean for the Horse to be "Between the Rider’s Hand and Leg"?

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If you are a Dressage or jumping rider, you have probably been told at some point to "Keep your horse between your hand and leg." But as with many of these common phrases used by trainers the world over, this will only really help you if you know what it means! (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)

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