Jan 31, 2018 Education

VIDEO: Eventing Training Online Presents Turn on the Forehand with Allison Springer

The United States Eventing Association (USEA) in partnership with Eventing Training Online, the “Official Online Educational Partner of the USEA,” is proud to provide exclusive educational video content featuring coaching and tips from top instructors from around the world. USEA members also benefit from discounted subscriptions to Eventing Training Online, where they will have access to a complete video library of educational content suitable for beginner riders to professional trainers. Simply enter the code USEAMEMBER at checkout to receive 50% off your Eventing Training Online membership!

Allison Springer works with the students in this clinic to use turn on the forehand to improve the horse’s response to the leg and communication between the horse and the rider through appropriate application of the aids. To watch the full clinic on Eventing Training Online click here for part one and click here for part two.

About Eventing Training Online EventingTrainingOnline.com is an educational website designed to bring members relevant videos of top instructors working with students during actual lessons and clinics. Instructors are chosen from around the world based on their ability to communicate and their proven records of success. Professional videographers and editors create HD videos that deliver content in a clear and concise manner with new videos and instructors added regularly. Members can search the site to find all relevant videos on specific topics and can even upload video of their own for review and instructional comment. Eventing Training Online enables riders to connect with top experts no matter where they are.

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