Rein Aids Series


I've been so busy now that spring is here that I haven’t had a chance to post in a while, but I’m hoping to post a few more installments related to rein aids next, so I thought I’d post these links all in one place before I continue.  If there are any topics you’d like to see discussed, please leave a message below and I’ll try to post something soon…  I've missed being here and  I'm looking forward to catching up with all of your blogs :-)  see ya soon!
- jacquie
Rein Aids Series:
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4 comments:

  1. I've been using your rein aid articles and diagrams a lot this past month as a quick and wonderful reference source!

    I think they should be in little pocket spirals like the Whinny Widget books are. :)

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  2. Since rein aids are the most important and most elusive part of riding to master correctly, I think anything you post would be helpful.

    I haven't re-read all of the previous posts and don't remember if you've covered this, but could you do a post on the correct way to follow a horses mouth with the reins properly. I know it's basic but it could be confusing on where and what your hands are supposed to be and how much pressure to use etc...

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  3. Thank you for your excellent collection of posts - they took a lot of work and I for one certainly appreciate them!

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  4. Found this doing research for a post. Don't know how I missed it! Great collection of well-researched posts. Thank you so much for such wonderful instruction.

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