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A lead change is one of the most complicated maneuvers we do with a horse, says AQHA Professional Horseman Michael Colvin.  Learn the steps for asking your horse for a lead change: http://americashorsedaily.com/horse-training-for-lead-changes/

"A lead change is one of the most complicated maneuvers we do with a horse," says AQHA Professional Horseman Michael Colvin. Learn the steps for asking your horse for a lead change.

bridle-less:  soundtrack-for-lovers:  e-q-u-i-t-a-t-e:  I am loving these schooling exercises, they are super helpful and a great way to improve both horse and rider. [x] Exercises by Ali M.  I currently have the pinwheel of death set up but have been too scared to try it… the bounces one though… OMG   The pin wheel one is actually awesome!! We had one up for a while and it was fun once the horses figured out what they were doing, however, the bending bounces looks crazy I.o

bridle-less: soundtrack-for-lovers: e-q-u-i-t-a-t-e: I am loving these schooling exercises, they are super helpful and a great way to improve both horse and rider. [x] Exercises by Ali M. I currently have the pinwheel of death set up but have been too

The clover leaf exercise: Place four small verticals or crossrails in a + shape. Start by trotting the first one then circling left, trotting the next one, and so on. Focus on balance, rhythm, and turning from the outside aids.  Themaggiememoirs.blogspot.com

The clover leaf exercise: Place four small verticals or crossrails in a + shape. Start by trotting the first one then circling left, trotting the next one, and so on. Focus on balance, rhythm, and turning from the outside aids.