Volume 23 | Confident Riding

Confidence in the saddle is one of the most important parts of riding. This month’s issue of Horse&Rider Monthly all the information you need to become a more confident and effective rider.

If you aren’t confident when you’re riding, your horse can tell. Your cues won’t be as precise as needed, you’ll hunch forward in the saddle rather than sitting tall, and you won’t be an effective pilot to your horse. Explore this issue of Horse&Rider Monthly has the exercises you need to become the best rider you can be.

In this edition of Horse&Rider Monthly, you’ll receive the following:

Improve Your Horsemanship

Precisely Confident

Mind Over Mechanics

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