Sometimes it’s easy to forget that how you’re using your body on the carriage effects how your horse is moving. After all, you’re fairly isolated from the horse, and you’re sitting 3-4 feet behind him. But small changes in your body can make big differences in your horse’s way of going.
Here’s a short video with a few tips for improving your communication with your horse through better use of your own body mechanics:
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Of course, there’s a whole lot more to how your body mechanics effect your horse, but there’s only so much I can fit into a short video. There are at least 3 more things that I could have improved upon in Kathy’s position right within that video!
If you want to learn more, join me for “Body Mechanics of the Driver.” We look into all of the small changes you can make that will give you big rewards for your driving. You’ll get some great exercises that you can do to improve your body mechanics.
We’ve spent a lot of time getting your horse moving better, now let’s get you moving better.