Body control builds on the lessons learned from ground control and long reining to further construct the foundation for a soft and responsive partner. The exercises in this method are used to develop control of the five main body parts: the head, neck, shoulders, rib cage and hind quarters. Body control is beneficial for horses of any age and riders with any amount of experience. By teaching the fundamentals to achieve flexibility and softness riders will discover beautiful circles, smooth lope departures, flawless lead changes and effortless roll backs. Double Dan Horsemanship helps riders reach their goals by refining the riders body control to develop a more supple horse with a willing attitude.