Posting the working trot is one of the first skills hunt seat riders learn. However, even advanced hunt seat riders can have flaws in their position, according to Meg Schulman, a United States Equestrian Federation “R” hunt seat judge, coach and clinician. Usually it’s the angle of the rider’s upper body that’s misplaced, and that’s often the result of an ineffective lower leg. Regardless of your riding level, Schulman offers exercises to perfect your posting trot.
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