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correct use of loose sidereins when lunging a young horse

Lunging A Horse Well: The Best Foundation For Training

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Form & Function – Johan Hamminga Outlines A Brilliant Synthesis

In-Hand Work for Dressage Training | Dressage Today

Arthur Kottas Classical Dressage and In-Hand Clinic July Shannondale Farm 2395 Birmingham Rd Milton, GA

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Sitting in the Hall… watching great dressage training – Part Three

classical-equitation:  Now this is an excellently ridden piaffe. Only the lightest contact is necessary when a horse has reached the highest form of collection.

classical-equitation: Now this is an excellently ridden piaffe. Only the lightest contact is necessary when a horse has reached the highest form of collection.

A description of the development of the rider's position in order to be able to both maintain balance on a horse independently of the reins, and bring the horse's movement into balance posturally

A description of the development of the rider& position in order to be able to both maintain balance on a horse independently of the reins, and bring the horse& movement into balance posturally

Anonymous said: tips for getting a seat as amazing as yours?! Answer: Hokay so I am actually pretty proud of my seat so I will start off by saying thank you and thank you to the other bajillion people...

Anonymous said: tips for getting a seat as amazing as yours? Answer: Hokay so I am actually pretty proud of my seat so I will start off by saying thank you and thank you to the other bajillion people.

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theclassicalhorse: “ BREIF HISTORY: The cavesson is an old device which has been used for a variety of purposes since the beginning of horsemanship.

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Dressagedawg's masterpost of pole work! You can do just about a million things with trot and canter poles! In dressage and a lot of the english world we tend to want increased elevation in the legs.

I was reading an interesting blog recently by the "Core Trainer"  that talked about posture and how often people come into the gym complaining about the way they look in the mirror, their st...

Classical Training: Walk before you Run! I often have people contacting me in search of their dream horse, and I love to help, but sometimes I get frustrated for a simple reason. I will show a nice 6 year old, and the…