I can always keep my left leg more stable & controlled then my right leg…… Who else has funny things like this?🤣🤣😂
I hold my breath all the time. Super happy, hold my breath. Upset, hold my breath. The worst is when I am concentrating.
I have the SAME problem. Which is strange because I am right hand dominant so you would think my right side would be stronger 🤔
I’m pretty centered but I put more weight in my left foot then I do my right.
I laugh when I get in a pickle with a horse, but maybe that’s a good thing 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
I’d take a loose right leg for talent like this 💕💕💕💕
My right heel is always firmly down but somehow my left always sneaks it way out! I have trainers yelling ‘LEFT DOWN’ and I look down and there it is all relaxed😂😂
I have the same problem and I just cannot control my right leg aha
Sylvie Mathon on en parlait
😨😨 purée oui effectivement je vois Stacy Nts 😱😱
Right hand dominant riders often have left side riding issues, because our bodies are oriented in diagonal pairs. Learned that just recently, but it’s totally true and gave me insight into my habit of collapsing my left ribcage.
David Ward simply amazing right?!
I absolutely love the way you are with your horse❤💚💜💙💛
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After 30 years of western riding, I’m learning to ride English and jump. I tend to loose my right stirrup when riding… I think I’m used to riding with my thighs instead of my calves (need more heels down)!
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