• Back to Basics Horsemanship - Alexandra Till

Ground Work Pattern

Updated: May 10, 2020

With this whole virus I hear many deciding not to (and in some areas being not allowed to) ride.

Here is a lunging type exercise I LOVE doing. It gets the whole horse sweaty, gets you moving and has "a million and two" variations - use your imagination.

Hope you enjoy

(I haven't tried riding it yet)

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