Trotting Arcs in Trail

Once you can go over trail poles in a straight line, up the degree of difficulty with arcs.

Up the degree of difficulty when practicing trail poles by asking your horse to move in an arc by going over one pole and then the neighboring pole. Will and Elizabeth Knabenshue walk you through the process and explain the benefit of the exercise. 

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