Ride a Winning Hack Class with Ryan Roy
Ryan Roy offers her advice on showcasing your horse's movement and tips on proper hack class etiquette. "I always say that if you have a good mover, the judge will find you, but it is important that you get in the ring and show off your talents before the class is called to order. Don't rush, don't crowd to get there, but be aware of your horse's best assets so that you can showcase them as you enter. Whether your horse's best gait is the trot or canter, you want to get noticed and get written down as soon as you make your first pass by the judge's booth. As soon as you know the judge has seen you and written you down, you can relax the horse and wait for the class to start; you don't necessarily want to work the whole time. Be sure to move your number…
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