All About the Different Ways You Can Communicate With the Horse You Are Riding, Regardless of Your Style
written & illustrated by Christine Wolfe
The basics are the same because all horses are fundamentally identical.
The natural aids (voice, seat, legs
and hands via the reins) may be combined in ways dependent upon
your abilities and your mount's capabilities, and are traditionally
referred to as
"the language of the aids".
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Christine Wolfe was fortunate to have learned from French
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