I have a short video that explains a common error when riders make cow turns.
They tend to release a horse from remaining on its hindquarters before the turn is complete. This often happens towards the end of the turn. It’s caused by using your feet too soon, or releasing the reins too quickly – or both.
It’s easy to want to “get going with that cow,” (-: and be unaware you’re rushing.
There’s no transcript this time, but the video shows how you can “fall out” of a turn – and how to avoid this error.