Collection – balancing the horse under the rider, to give it a position from which the horse easily performs movements in any direction.
The collection consists in the fact that the horse brings the hind legs under the body and gives the head in the back of the head with a slightly raised neck. Continue reading
The need for constant concentration of attention when riding, concentration, the maximum possible concentration and self-organization, the need to remember and plan the sequence of actions, both when riding and when caring for an animal activates mental processes. Continue reading
To facilitate the rider and the horse, riding at a light trot is used, in which the rider feeds his body (from the waist) slightly forward and, strengthening the emphasis on the knees (and by strengthening the lock), smoothly rises up and forward, and then just as smoothly descends through the horse’s step into the saddle. The rise of the rider’s body up should be as small as possible. You can relieve yourself both under the right and under the left leg. Continue reading