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To use your seat aid to ask for more swing in your horse’s back and lift in his step ...
Drop into your horse’s back a little more, rather than getting lighter in your seat. Then remember to follow the swing in the upward-stepping phase of the stride. I compare this to dribbling a basketball. To make it bounce higher, you don’t lift your hand higher—that would weaken the bounce. Instead, you press down into the ball a little more firmly with each bounce. Then, you must follow the momentum upward with an allowing hand before pushing down again. —Ali Brock