Stacy Westfall Egg and Spoon Balance Training Tool

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Stacy Westfall Egg and Spoon Balance Training Tool

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Product Summary:

Stacy Westfall Egg and Spoon Traning Tool
 
One of Stacy's favorite training tools, this egg and spoon helps you work on focus while improving posture, seat position and balance. Balancing the egg helps you focus on keeping your hands steady and improving your seat. The tool has a blue handle with three interchangeable cups and an attached black ball. The interchangeable cups come in three depths to offer varying levels of difficulty. This tool is also great practice for egg and spoon events at horse shows.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E003972 65-2407 000399544185

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teaching my granddaughter balance
Linda C on Oct 25, 2016
To help my lesson students learn to ride more quietly. I also bought these to use for trail competitions.
Kathryn R on Aug 19, 2016
teaching my granddaughter balance
Linda C on Oct 25, 2016
To help my 9 yo son and 7 yo daughter become more balanced riders and have some fun with it.
Amy Jo Z on Aug 22, 2016
To help my lesson students learn to ride more quietly. I also bought these to use for trail competitions.
Kathryn R on Aug 19, 2016
I run a therapeutic riding program and thought it may be user friendly for the riders
Shelly D on Mar 30, 2016
For Fun
KIM J on Jul 8, 2014
Going to the fair, good practice
Nancy J on Apr 28, 2014
For lesson students to learn balance and its fun for games
Brianna B on Jan 30, 2014
To help my 9 yo son and 7 yo daughter become more balanced riders and have some fun with it.
Amy Jo Z on Aug 22, 2016
I run a therapeutic riding program and thought it may be user friendly for the riders
Shelly D on Mar 30, 2016