This exercise helps a horse find its rhythm and is effective for horses working on the flat and those that are jumping.
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When riding across country different types of fence will require a different speed or gear in order to jump them cleanly.
The ultimate aim of this exercise is to create a regular, four time, purposeful free walk, where your horse is relaxed and soft through his back, poll, jaw and mouth.