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As horsemen and horsewomen, we are more aware of our horse’s handicaps. Breathing issues, kissing spine, arthritis in the neck – these types of issues, even if they are mild, can change the way a horse runs. Molly explains how your hand and rein position can help your horse through the turn. To help your horse turn more effectively, keep your hands low and use your body language to help your horse through the turn. Molly also explains how you can use your outside rein to get your horse to turn more efficiently. 

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