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Episode 244: Why trip patterns? (particularly boring ones)



Merely put: a sample is a deliberate trip.
Whenever you trip with a plan…you’ll start to point out up constant.
The extra constant you might be…the simpler it’s to your horse to turn into constant.

The magic of using a sample, particularly a easy, boring sample, is that it permits the rider to start to look at their habits and their horse’s habits. The most typical behavior typically revealed is a riders’ lack of preparation in transitions.

The other of using a sample is using randomly.
How are you going to inform in case you are using randomly?

  • You’ll make last-minute selections.
  • You’ll cue shortly…and with little or no preparation.
  • This can replicate in your horse as resistance similar to head tossing, and so forth.

How would you profit from using 10 minutes a day on a ‘boring’ sample?
What may you study?



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