Home HG Volume 08 HG Issue 30 – Spring 2017 Hindquarters-Frontquarters Exercise with Tom Curtin

Hindquarters-Frontquarters Exercise with Tom Curtin


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 30

Maneuvers and exercises work on the surface of a horse. What’s important is how the horse feels on the inside while you’re working on them. Tom Curtin demonstrates an exercise that can separate the front end from the back end and the back end from the front end and reminds us to be mindful of where our horse is mentally while moving the life around in our horse.

The original length of this clip is 11 minutes 17 seconds


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