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TIMING RHYTHM BALANCE
THE BRAIN AND THE SADDLE
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ability accomplish achieve addition allow antagonistic muscles anxiety aspects of riding become billets break-in breathing cantle central nervous system cerebral cortex communication between horse competition concentration correctly course deepest degree distortion DRESSAGE SADDLE effects effort elements English riding English saddles example feel the tension fit properly flaps flex flexible front happen Hilton Head Island horse and rider horse blankets horse's back horse's body horse's shoulders horse's vertebral column horse's withers horseback riding imagine incorrect saddle instructor job at hand leather fibers left brain limbic system materials maximum riding mold movements muscle groups naturally tanned leather necessary neck nervous system nylon optimum contact padding panels performance pomel position practice properly when placed proprioceptive relaxation exercises result rhythm ride naturally balanced riding contact right brain right hemisphere rigid tree sense shape side smell sport stirrup stress synthetic task at hand tempo tennis tense verbal instruction visualization exercises visuo-spacial wire