Tip/Quote of the Day # 2762

"The freedom of the shoulders in all gaits is always only the result of elevation, and this in turn is the result of the hindquarters carrying the correct weight." Gustav Steinbrecht
It is never about trying to "lift" the horse's shoulders! It is about increasing hind end engagement and lowering the quarters. Only then can the front end elevate.

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