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Mau­reen Mes­tas: To Pre­vent Col­laps­ing Your Body When Rid­ing Cor­ners and Turns...

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Imag­ine your torso as the let­ter “T.” Main­tain­ing your up­per body in the shape of a “T” will keep your shoul­ders level and pre­vent you from col­laps­ing in your rib cage. — Mau­reen Mes­tas Mau­reen Mes­tas owns Hell Canyon Farm in Santa Fe, New Mex­ico, where she trains and breeds qual­ity horses for dres­sage and jump­ing. She has 10 years of ex­pe­ri­ence train­ing in Ger­many and has con­tin­ued her train­ing ex­ten­sively in the U.S. She oc­ca­sion­ally restarts off-the-track Thor­ough­breds for donation to com­mit­ted young rid­ers who have the re­sources and ex­pe­ri­ence to care for them but don’t have the funds to pur­chase a horse.

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