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Neck Rounding Exercises 

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Chin to chest

Hold for 5 secs, repeat 3x 

Use either a lick it or a treat.

Watch your fingers! 

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Chin to knees

Hold for 5 secs, repeat 3x 

Use either a lick it or a treat.

Watch your fingers! 

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Activations Before Work

Observe, Be Curious, Ask Questions

Below are a list of activation exercises

I would recommend you do with your horse before work. Enjoy!

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Pole Work Ideas

Exercise Ideas

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A simple but great exercise which can be performed in all three gaits.

This is a great exercise to incorporate when doing inhand work or on long lines. 

Focus on making the circles equal and flowing. 

Does your horse bend equally both directions? 

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Spiral Circles

Spiralling in and out of circles is a great way of testing your horse's balance, self carriage and suppleness through the body. 

Start in walk and notice if your horse and you are equal on both reins. 

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Clock Circles

Adding poles at 12 o' clock, 3 o' clock, 6 o' clock, and 9 o' clock on a 20 m will add variety to your circle work. 

I recommend doing this exercise in walk under saddle or on the long lines. 

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Lateral Exercises 

Walking laterals are great for developing and strengthening your horse's posture. 

All of these exercises can be performed ridden or inhand on the longlines. 

I would recommend starting in the walk and focusing on relaxation and suppleness. 

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