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Muscles and connective tissue, such as tendons and ligaments, comprise 60 percent of the horse’s body weight.

Best training advice ever and probably best life advice, too - Chronicle of the Horse

I judged a few schooling shows at the Quantico Marine Base stables when I first arrived in Virginia. While there I chatted with a few of the faithful Marine husbands, at the show to support their wives. I forget how we got on the subject, but one tol.

Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. Sustainable Dressage. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

"Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

Self Carriage from a Dressage, Naturally Perspective

Self Carriage from a Dressage, Naturally Perspective

Dressage Movements Revealed

Dressage Movements Revealed

In the DVD Dressage Movements Revealed, Susan Harris, Betsy Steiner, Coralie Hughes and Jim Masterson examine biomechanical comcepts and bodywork using the Mast

It seems that I’ve been judging a lot of Second Level tests lately, which means that I’m also seeing a lot of turns on the haunches. These turns—and also the transition from walk to canter—are often

A Different Kind of Walk

It seems that I’ve been judging a lot of Second Level tests lately, which means that I’m also seeing a lot of turns on the haunches. These turns—and also the transition from walk to canter—are often

Positive Retraining - some really good points in this article, particularly hands and reins

Positive Retraining for the Poorly Ridden Horse

Carl Hester olympic dressage rider gives tips on anything from how to ride to selecting a new mount

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Tips from Carl Hester Elite dressage rider Carl Hester’s 35 top tips on everything dressage – from finding the right horse, to training and stable management techniques!

Colleen Kelly - for her Rider Biomechanics and her ability to teach it to others. Not only does it teach correct riding, but it also teaches the horse to respond to your conscious and slight body aids so that you have ultimate refinement with your horse through the Dressage movements. No more pushing and pulling - instead, pushing into your stirrup, moving your head, moving your torso and your body... Exaggerated to teach and refined as you go along. And... she's loads of fun! Paris, KY.

Colleen Kelly - for her Rider Biomechanics and her ability to teach it to others. Not only does it teach correct riding, but it also teaches the horse to respond to your conscious and slight body aids so that you have ultimate refinement with your horse through the Dressage movements. No more pushing and pulling - instead, pushing into your stirrup, moving your head, moving your torso and your body... Exaggerated to teach and refined as you go along. And... she's loads of fun! Paris, KY.

Work in hand - YouTube

Will Faeber work in hand

Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids | Dressage Today

A routine I call kindergarten exercises is for horses and riders needing to learn more about the rhythmic application and timing of aids. These exercises translate human thought into a.

We are riders of dressage. Maybe we have witnessed a magical dressage performance that appears so effortless and artistic that it.

Dressage Movements Revealed | Dressage Today
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