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Learning to Jump Part 5 - Jumping a Line

Learning to Jump Part 5 - Jumping a Line

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Part 26 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

Before the young or beginning student can move on to course work, Susan Deal introduces her to jumping a line. The rider starts by trotting into the line and cantering out working up to cantering both elements. As the focus for the rider is straightness, Susan uses flower boxes and shrubs as guides at each end of the arena.

RunningTime: 5 minutes and 9 seconds

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Riley Hogan
Taffy

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Learning to Jump Part 4 - Jumping in the Field

Learning to Jump Part 4 - Jumping in the Field

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 25 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

This time Susan Deal introduces her young student and pony to jumps out in the field. The rider has progressed from jumping in an arena and is now ready to meet the challenges of natural jumps like logs and coops in an open field. Susan starts her rider and pony with trot jumps and moves on to cantering the obstacles, taking advantage of an upward slope in the terrain to slow the pony if needed.

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Olivia Sisk

Riley Hogan
Diesel


Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Learning to Jump in the Ring 3

Learning to Jump in the Ring 3

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 24 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Olivia Sisk

Riley Hogan
Diesel

Bramburry


Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Learning to Jump in the Ring 2

Learning to Jump in the Ring 2

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 23 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Leah Sisk

Izzy

Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Communication with the Horse - Progression from the Elementary to Intermediate Level

Communication with the Horse - Progression from the Elementary to Intermediate Level

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 22 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Leah Sisk
Izzy
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Steering the Horse with a Driving Rein

Steering the Horse with a Driving Rein

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 21 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

In this topic the young student has progressed to the point that she is beginning to ride on contact. It is important that the rider has tactful arms and hands when riding with contact as not to abuse the horse’s mouth. Susan finds that teaching her students to steer with a driving rein really encourages them to follow the balancing gestures of the horse’s head and neck with sensitivity.

Running Time: 8 minutes and 9 seconds

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Riley Hogan
Taffy
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Learning to Jump in the Ring

Learning to Jump in the Ring

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 20 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

VIDEO CREDITS

Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Olivia Sisk
Party Boy
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Get instant access to hundreds of videos with your annual or monthly subscription. Take advantage of the insight and expertise provided by our Olympic, Championship and World-Class riders, trainers and professionals. We are available anywhere, anytime - watch on the go from most tablets and mobile devices. With new topics added every month to our already large video library, EquestrianCoach is the premier source for equestrians to take their riding and training to the next level. Click here for complete details on our subscription options.

Lateral Control: Using the Leg & Rein Aids Together to Turn

Lateral Control: Using the Leg & Rein Aids Together to Turn

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 19 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

Near the end of the young rider’s first year, Susan introduces the indirect rein. This rein aid, used in conjunction with the leg aids, is more sophisticated than an opening rein to facilitate turns. In this video topic, Susan uses exercises with figures, such as circles, half circles and serpentines, to solidify her students’ use of leg and rein aids together.

Running Time: 9 minutes and 37 seconds

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Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Riley Hogan
Jim Deal
Taffy
Chip
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Longitudinal Control: Coordination of the Rider’s Hands and Legs

Longitudinal Control: Coordination of the Rider’s Hands and Legs

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Part 18 of Susan Deal’s "Forward Riding Series - Exercises for a Rider's First Year"

VIDEO CREDITS

Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Olivia Sisk
“Party Boy”
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.
 

 

 

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Get instant access to hundreds of videos with your annual or monthly subscription. Take advantage of the insight and expertise provided by our Olympic, Championship and World-Class riders, trainers and professionals. We are available anywhere, anytime - watch on the go from most tablets and mobile devices. With new topics added every month to our already large video library, EquestrianCoach is the premier source for equestrians to take their riding and training to the next level. Click here for complete details on our subscription options.

An Exercise to Keep the Rider’s Hands Still

An Exercise to Keep the Rider’s Hands Still

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

Before quiet hands are developed in a rider, it is very common to see beginners at the trot “posting with their hands.” In this free video tidbit from from ANRC Level 5 Rider, National Judge, and Steward, Susan Deal, we are introduced to an exercise that corrects this position mistake before it becomes a bad habit.

Running Time: 1 minute and 17 seconds

VIDEO CREDITS

Susan Deal - Click here to view her bio and other topics
Olivia Sisk
“Party Boy”
Grovespring Farm owned by Susan Deal - Visit their website at: grovespringfarm.com

Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Susan Deal assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.