Category: dressage

Basics! It’s more than a ribbon at stake.

Anyone who has a good grasp of dressage performance criteria and judging will find this article very interesting. Written by a French Master, the article  eloquently describes how an ideal halt, as defined in the FEI Rule Book, embodies and more »

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Dressage Today Article: How to Sit a Rough Trot

http://dressagetoday.com/article/sit-rough-trot-25164 Question: I ride a 16.2-hand, 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding. His trot is huge and his back long, and since he’s not quite connecting yet, I’m having a really hard time with the sitting trot. It’s quite a rough trot. I’m more »

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Horay for the indoor!

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