A poking nose is a common fault that is easily seen, even with an untrained eye; the horse goes around with his nose literally poking out in front of him and his chin lifted.
It’s an issue that is usually observed at the lower dressage levels and with horses that are just beginning their dressage career.
So, in this podcast episode, we’re going to clarify where your horse’s nose should be, why a poking nose is not desirable, and we’re going to tell you what not to do about it before giving you seven steps to help you correct it.
(Please note: This is an updated and expanded version of our previous 'How to Correct a 'Poking Nose'' episode)
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