Use Bud’s (left) step to plant a pivot. Brad (right) covers leg position.

This week on Horse&Rider OnDemand: 

A fancy turn, whether 4 in a row in a reining pattern or 1 in a ranch riding class, requires your horse to plant a pivot foot. Bud Lyon explains his training process. Do you know why leg position matters for proper cueing? Brad Barkemeyer shows the mistakes you might be making and how to correct them.

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