Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind

Ep 48. Pulling on the inside rein…

March 22, 2021 Mary Wanless BHSI BSc
Ep 48. Pulling on the inside rein…
Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind
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Mary Wanless - Ride With Your Mind
Ep 48. Pulling on the inside rein…
Mar 22, 2021
Mary Wanless BHSI BSc

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Riders pull on the inside rein again and again, even though they know they shouldn’t, and often they feel helpless about doing anything else. Left to themselves, horses tend to fall in - think of horse A going at speed towards his mate horse B in a field, and it is us humans who make them fall out. In rider/horse steering issues, one can well ask, ‘Who is the chick and who is the egg?’ Horses can change their asymmetry within minutes of a new rider getting on. Experimenting with how your body side bends and rotates helps you to diagnose the issues that you bring to the partnership.

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

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Riders pull on the inside rein again and again, even though they know they shouldn’t, and often they feel helpless about doing anything else. Left to themselves, horses tend to fall in - think of horse A going at speed towards his mate horse B in a field, and it is us humans who make them fall out. In rider/horse steering issues, one can well ask, ‘Who is the chick and who is the egg?’ Horses can change their asymmetry within minutes of a new rider getting on. Experimenting with how your body side bends and rotates helps you to diagnose the issues that you bring to the partnership.

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