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This delivery stream includes current Podcast episodes from the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians. Providing step by step guided instruction on a full range of different topics to do with horse riding and horsemanship. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSuccess.com. New episodes are available every Monday. Stop riding endless circles in the arena with your horse by subscribing to the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians today and begin Making Every Ride Great

Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians Lorna Leeson

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This delivery stream includes current Podcast episodes from the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians. Providing step by step guided instruction on a full range of different topics to do with horse riding and horsemanship. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSuccess.com. New episodes are available every Monday. Stop riding endless circles in the arena with your horse by subscribing to the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians today and begin Making Every Ride Great

    Your Half Halt on the Ground with Your Horse

    Your Half Halt on the Ground with Your Horse

    Sprinkled liberally all over the arena and every ride. That is how important the half halt is to your riding. However, it is also an important aid on the ground with your horse. And, it consciously practicing it on the ground can really help to clarify the aid for you, as a rider.

    So many riders think that the half halt is only for the saddle.

    However, I am a huge believer in groundwork and how practicing the half halt on the ground will help your overall riding efforts as an equestrian.

    • 11 min
    Heels Down; The horse riding basic that many riders and equestrians misunderstand

    Heels Down; The horse riding basic that many riders and equestrians misunderstand

    It’s probably one of the first things you were told on your first ride. It is also, for many riders, a misunderstood concept. The truth of ‘heels down’ is that once you can correctly master it, it is an absolute game-changer for everything else in your riding.
    How much your heel is down will depend on what you are doing at any given time.
    Having heels down on autopilot will allow you to focus on your actual communication with your horse.

    • 13 min
    Connection in Your Riding; Seat and Leg Aids

    Connection in Your Riding; Seat and Leg Aids

    Have you ever thought about what you can feel, in the saddle as you ride your horse? The physical connection points you have with your horse each time you’re in the saddle.

    Often we can become so caught up with our aids and what we ‘should’ be doing, that we forget to focus on the actual points of physical connection between you and your horse.
    How many times have you been in the saddle and focused on ‘getting the horse to walk’? This versus sitting back and actually just allowing the horse to

    • 14 min
    Getting Back to Regular Riding After a Break? Listen to this first...

    Getting Back to Regular Riding After a Break? Listen to this first...

    So, you’ve been out of the saddle? And now - you’re ready to get back on the horse.
    Today I want to help you navigate a few of these potential sticking points so that you can make this transition back to regular riding as enjoyable and resistance-free as possible.
    I strongly believe that horse riding should be fun, for the rider and the horse. Mounting up now can have an impact on every walk, trot, canter, and jump you have going forward. Do it right so that you're regularly back in the saddle again

    • 13 min
    Your Canter to Trot Transition

    Your Canter to Trot Transition

    The canter to trot transition is the one transition that so many riders don’t ever think about until they are in the midst of it. So much focus and attention are put into getting into the canter. ‘Getting out' is left to chance

    Today I want to give you a few ideas to work on, in the saddle, before you get into the canter that will help you begin riding a smoother canter to trot transition.

    For so many riders, the canter to trot transition is filled with bounce and general bumpiness.  

    • 12 min
    5 Essentials When You Become Trainer for You and Your Horse

    5 Essentials When You Become Trainer for You and Your Horse

    Many riders are having to now begin, maybe for the first time, to be the trainer, the instructor, the chief planner, as well as the rider.

    Progress doesn’t just happen.  There are a few essentials that must be regularly visited in order to maintain consistent progress.

    Here are the 5 essentials you must regularly visit if you are to make this a consistent reality for you and your horse…

    • 12 min

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