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Analyze Your Seat In This Horse Simulator
 By Winniefield Park   •   2nd Sep 2019   •   355 views   •   0 comments


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride a horse simulator? Do you think it would give you the same experience as riding a real horse, or help you increase your riding skills? Equestrian Jesse Derent did too. Derent meets the horse, already saddled and bridled, and soon discovers that although he looks good in the saddle, the technology reveals that he sits a bit unbalanced and is dealing with some very common problems.

The simulator, created by Ruiter Balans Centrum, helps riders analyze their seat and sort out problems without affecting a real horse as they experiment with improving their posture. The coach is able to make corrections immediately and be more hands-on as the horse goes through its paces and helps good riders become even better.

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