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Shaping the Horse's Jump


In this article, I explain why softening your hand at the base of the jump helps your horse to jump with a rounder bascule and also how a horse should use their body to create the scopiest jump possible.

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By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 13 October 2020

 

 

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