How to Position You Body for Barrel Racing Turns: Horse Training Video

By Greatmats Staff Created: September, 2018 - Modified: July, 2021

By Kelly Murphy-Alley

Let's discuss the proper . Keep your horses shoulder lifted and hips under him. Going into your turn, you need to be over your horn, hands up on his neck, sending your horse into his turn. When you go into your turn, sit back, lift his shoulder, feet forward, keep your should up. This will keep his shoulder up and hips under him to give you a nice turn. Make your turn and look to your next barrel and send him on.
Kelly Murphy-Alley
Striking KMA Performance Horses
Wilmore KY
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