Being able to offer your horse the correct rein length is essential if you are to be successful as a dressage rider.
To offer the horse a pleasant contact, your hands must be carried correctly, and it, therefore, follows that your reins must be the correct length.
So, in this podcast episode, we’re going to cover what makes a correct contact, what happens when your reins are too long or too short, how to establish the correct rein length, and when to change your rein length.
(Please note: This is an updated and expanded version of our previous 'How Long Should Your Reins Be?' episode)
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