By Tara MatslerThe American Quarter Horse JournalDecember 16, 2013
Get you and your horse on the way to a plus-worthy lead change with these 10 tips from America’s Horse Daily. (Journal photo)
Plenty of AQHA events call for the horse and rider to execute a flawless flying lead change. Why? Because mastering the flying lead change is indicative of the rider’s timing, feel and effectiveness as a horseman, plus the American Quarter Horse’s athleticism and ability to be willfully guided. A perfect lead change gives the overall impression that the horse and rider are working as one.
In theory, a flying lead change sounds simple enough. But what a lot of riders find is that plenty of hiccups can occur when changing leads.
Get you and your horse on the way to a plus-worthy lead change with these 10 tips from America’s Horse Daily, your premier online educational resource for all of your horse-related interests and activities.
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