Art2Ride Associate Trainer Program: Anne and Oxygen Work In Hand


Posted on 7th October, by Admin in Blog. 1 Comment

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Program: Anne and Oxygen Work In Hand

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Anne discusses work in hand with her horse Oxygen.





One response to “Art2Ride Associate Trainer Program: Anne and Oxygen Work In Hand”

  1. Melissa Smith says:

    This was so so so helpful, especially the How to Hold the Whip photo, and clarity on holding and using the rein.

    On another note, I was wondering if you use cavaletti to build your horse’s hq.I would be interested in seeing any videos incorporating cavaletti as I have not used them myself, but they are often suggested to continue to build the horse.

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