Learning to Trot a Pony

Learning to Trot a Pony

Watch my oldest daughter (9) learn how to ride a horse by going from lead line to independently trotting around the ring. She's taking weekly lessons throughout the summer. Horseback riding is a fantastic activity. There are so many mental and physical benefits to riding. It has a meditative effect because the only focus is on riding and staying on the horse. Riding a large, powerful animal with a mind and agenda of its own is a full-body workout that forces you to engage muscles you didn’t know existed and be constantly adjusting to the form of the animal. This develops body awareness, quick thinking, coordination, core strength, assertiveness and self-confidence. ツ S U B S C R I B E (it's FREE) http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=msdiaperd Hey there! I'm Dana. I'm a wife and Mother to 4 kids, including twin boys and two girls. I work full time outside the home in finance as a Corporate Accountant, but enjoy sharing my personal and parenting journey online. We live in the Philadelphia area. Follow Me Everywhere @MsDanaRyan "Too Cool" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Pony Play Gaits: Half Pass Cross Over Step from Rear View

Pony Play Gaits:  Half Pass Cross Over Step from Rear View

This video clip is a companion piece to "Pony Play with subMissAnn" available on Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Pony-Play-subMissAnn/dp/1495269817/. This is a Half Pass Cross Over Step Gait. Thank you to Ponygirl Bixy, Beauty, Speckles and Ebony Midnight for her time and demonstration.

Horse riding Lesson

Horse riding Lesson

Transitions & Canter Exercises | Helmet Cam

Transitions & Canter Exercises | Helmet Cam

The school was a bit frozen today so we had to stick to flatwork. Roger was a bit hit and miss this afternoon, when he got the exercise right, he did it absolutely beautifully, but he also spent a lot of the lesson being silly and actively looking for things to spook at, which got a bit frustrating! He point blank refused to leg yield to the track because there was a scary mole hill just outside the school, but when I asked him to leg yield on a circle instead, he did it the best I've ever got him to do it...! We did lots of transitions to start, then a bit of turn on the forehand - Roger sometimes anticipates these so I asked him to wait for a moment before we began each one. We then did some cantering in a figure of eight with a simple change across the centre and ended with a little bit of counter canter on a shallow loop - I was really pleased with Roger as I've never done this exercise with him before, but he found it very easy :-) Follow me on Instagram & Twitter for extra clips and photos! :-) Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pony_Cam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pony_cam/ Helmet Cam: Drift Stealth 2 Action Cam

BARN VLOG|| Flying Changes, Baby Canter Halfpass and More!

BARN VLOG|| Flying Changes, Baby Canter Halfpass and More!

Hi guys. My apologies for the lack of uploads in the last little while. I've been working really hard to finish school and let's be real no matter what grade/level exams suck. Anyways please remember this is all a work in progress and were not perfect. We do have a professional present for the riding clips. Thank you all so much for watching feel free to leave any questions you have below. If you liked it please hit like and subscribe ;)

How To Train The Extended Trot - Dressage Mastery TV Ep163

How To Train The Extended Trot - Dressage Mastery TV Ep163

*** Transform your riding with my FREE web class!! Go to https://www.dressagemastery.com/trainingsecrets to register now for my FREE dressage training on "How To Dramatically Transform Your Riding to Have The Confidence, Look, And Feel of a Grand Prix Rider in as Little as 3 Times Per Week, Regardless of Your Current Riding Level" And How You Can Quickly Apply It To Your Riding Too! *** Welcome to this weeks lesson! Today Natasha shares with you how to train the extended trot! You'll love all the learnings from this video. It's a great lesson! If you enjoyed this video, Natasha has an online dressage program - Dressage Mastery Academy! Learn from the proven system developed by Grand Prix Dressage Rider Natasha Althoff. Be sure to check out the new and improved Dressage Mastery. With even more added value you'll be amazed at the speed of which you learn and how simple Natasha's instructions are to follow. Dressage Mastery Members now get an added 1.5 hours of additional content every month. Take the frustration out of your riding! Go to https://www.dressagemastery.com/ to learn more and join today!!! Like this video? SUBSCRIBE to join our community at Dressage Mastery TV and start enjoying your riding the way you are meant to. We hope you enjoy this video and learn lots from this lesson. Until next week, happy and safe riding :)

Three Tips to Improving Canter Transitions

Three Tips to Improving Canter Transitions

One of the most difficult transitions for horses and riders is often the transition from trot to canter. If you are new to riding the canter is faster and has a completely different feel and rhythm than the walk or trot. Some horses are much easier but many will either speed up and race into the canter or take a big jump into it that can unsettle the rider. Other times it may feel like a struggle to even get into the canter at all. There are a number of elements to consider when looking to improve the canter transition, from improving our seat and ability to apply the canter cue to making sure the horse understands what the canter cue means and then improving the balance of the horse so the canter becomes slower and more comfortable. I am going to talk a bit about each of these in today’s video, but I know for myself I am often guilty of simply doing too much. Often the more we think about each little movement we should be making, our internal dialogue takes off and the less we really feel the horse. We focus too much on mechanics such as move my outside leg back, lift the inside rein, wait, I need to sit back more…. What I find and am often reminded of by my own teachers is that once we have a good alignment and basic position, the best we can do for the horse is to soften in our position and focus on the feel of the horse. Often this simple mental shift results in a huge improvement through all of the transitions, including the canter. In today’s video I am going to give you three tips to improve your canter. Hit play below to watch the video and then leave me a comment with your thoughts! Watch more videos at http://www.crktrainingblog.com/

American Made by Graveyard Pony ibanez destroyer, fender bass, tama drums,

American Made by Graveyard Pony ibanez destroyer, fender bass, tama drums,

Graveyard Pony is America's newest heavy rock band. "American Made" is their debut single/video Vox and guitars;Spiderbob Bass;Harold Baldwin Drums Kevin Via

How to Do Travers or Haunches In

How to Do Travers or Haunches In

Beginning the lateral work is often tricky as you try to convince your horse what is to much and what is too little when it comes to the bend, flexion and balance. This video will cover how to do a correct haunches in, then it will walk you through some of the common mistakes that riders (and horses) often make when developing the haunches in or travers. For more great videos in this series follow us: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dressagehub Connect with us: www.facebook.com/dressagehub Twitter @dressagehub Instagram @dressagehub Tumblr Dressage hub

Engaging the Hind End

Engaging the Hind End

http://www.SchrammEquestrian.com http://www.facebook.com/eventiontv Today on Evention we demonstrate three ways to help engage your horse's hind end. This is another video by request. If you want to see more videos like the one today, ask questions and comment below. Also, stay in touch with us on Facebook to interact and to stay up to date with all videos and events in the equine world. Like what you see? Subscribe to Eventiontv and get all the latest videos and news. Also, like us on Facebook to interact and to keep up to date with equine events. Evention is filmed by Right Start Photography 2013 Like us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/rightstartphotography

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