Six secrets of successful dressage with Matt Hicks.
Stage 3 in our scales of training series shows Connection. Here we have wide and low hands. A horse with his head in the air means that the rider has no steering. Therefore, putting your hands lower and wider can help to get the horse’s head down and neck down and support him in his balance.
August Horse&Rider is out now, and it's a packed issue! Hack like a professional with Lucinda Fredericks expert advice, and Richard Waygood Eventing makes technical cross-country fences easy. Carl Hester improves your flatwork with his simple, effective exercises and we give you five simple ways you can improve your horse's jump! Get your copy of August Horse&Rider now: bit.ly/HR_AUG17_BUY