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Once you’ve mastered the back-up, hindquarter yield, and forequarter yield, you are ready to start the leg yield! In 3 sessions, I will guide you through teaching this skill. Next, I will talk about how to troubleshoot some common issues. Here's a link to view Part 1 and Part 2. Mustang Maddy.

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