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Sherry Cashman

The stronger your base of support is, the straighter you’ll be able to carry your upper body and the softer and steadier you can be in your hands. Here, West Point Cadet Matilda Brady’s good lower-leg position is supporting her quiet upper body and hands—even without stirrups. The proof is in 26-year-old Thoroughbred/warmblood-cross Aberdeen’s relaxed, content expression.

All About That Base!

Improve your performance by strengthening your base of support.