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Tip/Quote of the Day # 1724
Riding in a position that puts you in perfect balance is obviously the best place to be much of the time. But there are plenty of times that it is better to be in a defensive balance, with your center of gravity slightly behind your horse’s center of gravity (meaning that you are slightly behind the motion), and slightly behind your own feet. There is never a productive reason to be ahead of the motion however.