Home HG Volume 09 HG Issue 33 – Winter 2017 The Leg Yield with Jim Hicks

The Leg Yield with Jim Hicks


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 33

The leg yield is one of the first maneuvers that riders explore in Dressage but it also is one that can easily be done incorrectly. With the help of some cones Jim explains how you can set your horse up for success and do a lot less to achieve correct leg yields. He highlights common mistakes and how they can be avoided.

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