Basic Western Horseback riding position Seat and Legs with Kathy Slack

Basic Western Horseback riding position Seat and Legs with Kathy Slack

24 Replies to “Basic Western Horseback riding position Seat and Legs with Kathy Slack”

  1. Whenever you see the words "Horseback Riding", you should realize this is something produced by an "amateur". Might be good but probably not.

  2. So many experts here, if measure her from ear to heel she’s perfect, helmets are smart for all riding, her stirrups are there for her comfort and that is adjustable on a per rider basis, her heel and ankle are at the safest angle for secure seat and are correct. She is demonstrating specific form and that’s why she is formal. The instructor is exactly correct. Very nice horse as well.

  3. Why the extreme arch in the riders back? Also, The stirrups are fine if your barrel racing, but spending 6 or 7 hours on the trail with them this short, will cause pain and discomfort especially in the knees.. I also don't like the extreme bend in the ankle. That would be agonizing on a long ride. Just my humble opinion of course….

  4. Very against English saddles love western but the stirrups for her are way to short and love the one hand only that's what all ppl should do if they ride western

  5. This girl obviously rides English. In no way in hell can a Western rider ride like that for a few hours.

  6. The girl is sitting way to far back, hollow back, short stirrups. I don't think you know what you are talking about.

  7. I ride on other folks horses a few times a year. Last week, I rode a few hours with my stirrups that short in serious terrain, relying on the wrangler's advice to adjust for me. At the end of the ride, my legs locked up so bad I had a hard time dismounting.

  8. i use to ride english because i had to so i know the posture and thats english not western i ride western now that girl needs to loose that helmet and her stirups need to be longer,

  9. ok so this girl looks so uncomfortableπŸ‘ŒπŸΌ Also some of this is very wrongπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ I’ve been riding western and English for so long!

  10. What is the stables called is it riding lessons like for people to learn how to ride horses? I'm just asking and if it is please tell me what it's called and the location of it and all the information and make more videos and a tutorial of the hole place if you don't mind.thank you

  11. I live in the country and I'm a cow girl she looks more like an English rider not a western rider first of all in western riding we don't wear helmets we wear cow boy hats we don't have our knee bent that much we sure don't have our heel flexed like that that's what your spurs are for to start the horse not your heel

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  13. I like my stirrups up a little like this, personal preference. never use the horn to mount, do just as she describes. if the saddle fits right the horse will move well. way to many "experts" on youtube. I ride a Bosal and metcate reins, I don't expect everybody will as it takes a lot longer to teach the horse to neck rein and most people don't spend enough time communication with their horse. Thank you Kathy Slack for your patience.

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