Jun 20, 2018 Education

VIDEO: Eventing Training Online Presents Improving the Gaits with Jane Bartle-Wilson

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In this lesson, Jane Bartle­-Wilson instructs a rider on how to use travers (also known as haunches­-in) and shoulder­-in to improve the quality of her horse's gaits. Bartle­-Wilson explains how the horse's head should be looking straight in travers and has the rider perform a circle before entering into travers to improve the horse's body position. She provides a detailed and thorough explanation of how the rider's aides must be applied to properly achieve a true travers. Click here to view the full educational video.

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