Tip/Quote of the Day # 1009

Lateral movements are not an end in themselves, but serve to stretch the outside of the horse's body, make the horse more laterally supple, improve straightness, and encourage the horse to carry more weight behind by engaging whichever hind leg is being targeted by each specific movement.

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