The leg yield might seem like the simplest of lateral movements because it is typically taught first…. however, riding a truly correct leg yield requires that you keep your horse straight, perpendicular to the ground while moving forward and sideways. Using helpful visual clues Wendy works with a rider both off and on the horse to set the foundation of accurate movement at the walk so that we can build to other gaits.
The original length of this lesson is 28 minutes 10 seconds
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