How to Use Your Legs for Collection

Learn how to use your legs when you’re asking your horse to collect and why it’s an important part of horse training regardless of what kind of riding you do.

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When you ride your horse, you must be comfortable using your legs, seat, and body to connect with him. In this week’s video, Bud Lyon goes over what collection is, and why all riders should know how to effectively ask their horses to collect regardless of what discipline they compete in. Then he shows you how to use your legs to ask your horse to round his back and stay collected as you ride around. 

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