Грибанова Елена Александровна

Грибанова Елена Александровна

Грибанова Елена Александровна
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This exercise is designed to test adjustability and is much harder than it looks! Poles should start on the ground until the entire set can be completed smoothly without huge rhythm changes. The goal is to lengthen and shorten the stride without sacrificing rhythm. Poles and eventually jumps should be cantered and the loop between 2 & 3, and 4 & 1 should not be more than 10-14 strides. Practice both ways and aim to be able to complete 4 circuits before changing direction.

This exercise is designed to test adjustability and is much harder than it looks! Poles should start on the ground until the entire set can be completed smoothly without huge rhythm changes. The goal is to lengthen and shorten the stride without sacrifi

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for horses that like to get ahead of you you can mix up the direction you take. could use in a narrow/small arena too

Gymnastic grid!

Useful gymnastic for learning to keep rhythm and impulsion through combinations: Crossrail - bounce - one stride - two strides - bounce

Joe Fargis: Keep Your Riding Simple Not sure how you're supposed to get from 5 to 6 and from 7 to 8...

Joe Fargis: Keep Your Riding Simple Show jumping Olympian Joe Fargis' simple system focuses on rhythm, balance and precision. By Sandra Oliynyk for Practical Horseman magazine.