Video Critique by Art2Ride Associate Trainer Anne Saari: Malin and Solo Baldi Submission 3


Posted on 31st January, by Admin in Blog. 1 Comment

Video Critique by Art2Ride Associate Trainer Anne Saari: Malin and Solo Baldi Submission 3

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Anne Saari discusses the video sent in by Malin and gives suggestions for further improvement.





One response to “Video Critique by Art2Ride Associate Trainer Anne Saari: Malin and Solo Baldi Submission 3”

  1. Melissa Smith says:

    I love this international connection of riders! Everyone trying to improve and to understand the subtle cues to help the horses best understand. I loved this commentary and it helped to clarify the concept of pushing into the contact which I was able to try in both work in hand and under saddle today. It worked! Thanks for sharing!

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