Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind

Ep. 36 Rising trot in depth.

December 20, 2020 Mary Wanless BHSI BSc Season 1 Episode 36
Ep. 36 Rising trot in depth.
Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind
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Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind
Ep. 36 Rising trot in depth.
Dec 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 36
Mary Wanless BHSI BSc

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We use a full length mirror to get really forensic about rising trot mechanism, showing you how to differentiate movement in your hip joint from movement in your mid back. This allows you to mimic the movements rising trot and gives you clarity about the movements you need to avoid. Type A and type B horses respond very differently to the rider who does the ’itsy bitsy rise’, but all horses respond the same way to the rider who elongates her front in the rise. There’s a quick fix for this problem if you’re brave enough to do it!

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“Let’s get together…for a good discussion on my philosophy of learning and riding, and how this philosophy might have influenced your own riding, learning, and training.

I will be delighted to hear your feedback, answer your questions, and explain.

I hope you’ll join me!”
Mary

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We use a full length mirror to get really forensic about rising trot mechanism, showing you how to differentiate movement in your hip joint from movement in your mid back. This allows you to mimic the movements rising trot and gives you clarity about the movements you need to avoid. Type A and type B horses respond very differently to the rider who does the ’itsy bitsy rise’, but all horses respond the same way to the rider who elongates her front in the rise. There’s a quick fix for this problem if you’re brave enough to do it!

FREE Webinar for Mary Wanless Podcast Listeners
20th August 2024, 19:30 BST
Click the banner on https://www.dressagetraining.tv

“Let’s get together…for a good discussion on my philosophy of learning and riding, and how this philosophy might have influenced your own riding, learning, and training.

I will be delighted to hear your feedback, answer your questions, and explain.

I hope you’ll join me!”
Mary