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How to Half Halt While in Galloping Position

publication date: May 16, 2012
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How to Half Halt While in Galloping Position

 uphill gallop

Every rider who gallops and jumps needs to be able to effectively rebalance their horse without having to fully sit down and do the full Dressage version of a half halt. Why? Because the gallop is not meant to be "sat". Horses need to have complete freedom of their backs to gallop efficiently. Attempting to sit the gallop for any length of time will cause a horse to stiffen, and will inhibit the use of his back. Which will cause him to be unbalanced, and to brace against the rider's hand. (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)

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