Forward Riding Series Part 23 - Learning to Jump in the Ring 2


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

After the rider is secure jumping one low jump, steering well before and after the obstacle, Susan introduces her student to an in and out. The jumps are initially set with an approach trot rail followed by a cross rail to a small vertical. At this point in the rider’s progress, her focus is on position and straightness with the aid of guide rails. Gradually the jumps increase in height, the vertical becomes an oxer, and the rider works to maintain her position over two jumps.

Running Time: 4 mintues and 40 seconds


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