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Anticipation: Not Always Your Best Friend

The horse that anticipates movements thinks he's doing what you want, but his overeager responses will cost you points in your dressage test. Here are strategies for teaching him to wait for your aids.

Author:

Janet Foy

Publisher:

USDF

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