Art2Ride Australia Classical Riding Clinic 2017 With Karen Loshbaugh: Lia and Pip (WIH)


Posted on 2nd December, by Admin in Blog. 1 Comment

Art2Ride Australia Classical Riding Clinic 2017 With Karen Loshbaugh: Lia and Pip (WIH)

Work in Hand lesson with Lia and Pip from the 2017 Art2Ride Australia Classical Riding Clinic with Karen Loshbaugh.





One response to “Art2Ride Australia Classical Riding Clinic 2017 With Karen Loshbaugh: Lia and Pip (WIH)”

  1. Melissa Smith says:

    Thank you! I really enjoyed Karen’s explanations in this clinic.

    I have also found work in hand so helpful in understanding the mechanics of certain movements, timing of aids, and rein contact and release; then it’s so much easier under saddle.

    Thank you for all the new postings of the Associate Trainers all around the world! It’s wonderful to see all the horses that are being helped with Art2Ride!

    So sorry to hear about the fires in California. Hope that you and your barns stay safe.

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