Lateral Flexion

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Prepare your reins in both hands, use your left hand only to slide down the rein and softly and steadily and pull back and somewhat out to the side. You should aim your hand toward the middle of your thigh, and you should look at the toe of your boot. ( Do not lean over toward your toe as you do this. Stay vertical in the saddle.) You should match any resistance from your horse. In other words, pull only has hard as he does. Your left rein should become slack as soon as you feel your horse turn off his muscles with his nose turned left. Reward your horse when he feels weightless bending to the left. Your right rein should remain loose through the whole process.

Repeat the process on the other side.

Take slack out

Reach&Pull To Leg

Hold till he softens

 Release 

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