Be the Best Student you can be
When it comes to riding, there is always more to learn. Despite becoming a coach several years ago, I still take lessons to improve my own riding. However, after so many years of being a student, becoming a coach really opened my eyes to some of the things that I was doing as a student to slow my progress. This sport involves a great deal of time, effort and money - we all want to get as much as possible from it. So from one "forever" student to another, here are some tips to help you get the most from your riding experience! 1. Be punctual Arriving at the barn late or dawdling while tacking up puts you behind for your lesson. This not only shortens your lesson time and affects the plan your coach made, but if you are in a group lesson it affects everyone else as well.…
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