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Preview: How To Ride A Cutting Horse

Cutting is not judged on how pretty you ride! It’s all about form to function, stay centered and be effective with your feet to help the horse stay connected with the cow. Chubby Turner gives participants at his clinic great advice on how to improve their riding position on a cutting horse and you will learn:

  • Why you don’t want to sit too upright riding a cutting horse.
  • Why you want to have your toes out.
  • How to use your feet to help prevent leaning forward.
  • Where you should have eye contact on the cow.
  • Why sitting in a slouchy position helps
  • How much room you want to have in your saddle
  • Plus lots more
Part 1
Chubby explains why you want to be in a slouchy position when riding a cutting horse. He also tells you what leaning does to your horse!
Part 2
Do you have a tendency to lean forward? Chubby explains how to help sit back by using your feet and where on the cow to keep eye contact.
Part 3
Chubby explains why riding with your feet to far forward can get you in trouble and he talks about saddle fit!
Part 4
Watch Kai (who has traveled all the way from Germany to attend Chubby's clinic) ride in the position Chubby is looking for! He has his toes turned out, shoulders back with his hips forward.
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How I Got Started: When I was 12 years old my dad bought a 27-year-old horse called Shiny Pants M. Dad and his friends used to buy a handful of cattle every couple of weeks and one day he asked me to go get on Shiny Pants M and have a go at cutting.
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