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Backing Benefits


Start on a flat surface, then work your way up to more inclined areas. Start off with just a few minutes and then add more time as your horse gets acclimated. Backing is hard work! If you overdo it, your horse will get cranky and resistant, do work your way up to a long session. You can also break it up by backing and then letting the horse go forward on a lunge line, and then stop and back some more. Breaking up the sessions can making it less boring. If you want to know the degree of difficulty, try backing with your horse! That reverse direction builds glutes on both horses and humans!! If you can work together with your horse, it will benefit your riding and your horse's fitness. #teamwork #bonding #buildthatbooty #welikebigbutts

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1432 W Seward Rd

Guthrie, OK 73044

405-668-0344