Here tips on visualising centring your horse: “Your horse really wants to be at peace with you on his back, but if you don’t ever show him where he needs to be, you will just be bouncing all over the place. He won’t ever find how to be between your legs and reins.” Buck Brannaman
By permission from:
Thinking Horse DVD Click here to see sample exercises.
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