Where should your foot position be when you are riding? - DMA TV EP34 - Your Riding Success

Welcome to our jam packed week of videos where we now give you 4 videos Monday – Thursday. Tuesday’s video is ‘Train with Tash Tuesday’. Where every Tuesday you’ll get a lesson answered with Grand Prix Rider Natasha.

Today’s video answers a Dressage Mastery Academy Members question. How can I fix my foot position when riding? The members toes are too turned out and the heels, especially if wearing spurs, continue to hit the horse even when she doesn’t want to.

Natasha gives you a couple of exercises on how to fix this and concentrates on what you should feel when sitting on the horse in relation to your seat bones.

Enjoy, please comment, like and all that stuff. And have a fantastic riding week 🙂

We hope you enjoy this video and learn lots from this lesson.

Until next week, happy and safe riding 🙂

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Have a fabulous week!

To Your Dressage Success,

The Dressage Mastery Support Team

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