Dressage

Hubertus Schmidt: A Masterpiece from a Modern Master

April 24th, 2015 at 2:55 pm Story by Chris Hector and photos by Roz Neave and Roger Fitzhardinge This year at PSI Dressage and Jumping with the Stars, Hubertus Schmidt adopted a new format for his Bates Masterclass – instead of working with the rider and … Continue reading Read Article

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Danish Delight – Princess Nathalie Down Under

April 21st, 2015 at 10:33 am Fresh from her Olympic campaign, Princess Nathalie of Denmark recently hosted a series of dressage clinics in Australia, in Queensland and NSW with the last clinic being held in Victoria at Danielle Harvey’s Officer property, Jesmond Dene. Continue reading Read Article

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Belinda Bristow takes a lesson with Bimbo Peilicke

April 12th, 2015 at 11:45 am Story by Chris Hector and Photos by Roz Neave Now in his early seventies, Siegfried Peilicke – better known as ‘Bimbo’ – has long been one of Germany’s most respected dressage coaches, and even today his services are keenly sought … Continue reading Read Article

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Fritz Stahlecker – A new way of training horses…

April 7th, 2015 at 11:22 am I remember talking to Sven Rothenberger when he suddenly re-appeared on the world dressage stage in the early 1990’s... Continue reading Read Article

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Back to Basics with Princess Nathalie

at 11:20 am One of the great things about Princess Nathalie’s Victorian clinic, was the quality of the horses and the riders that Pernille Hogg assembled for the visitor to work with. Continue reading Read Article

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How do you learn what you need to learn?

April 1st, 2015 at 11:55 am You only really know something when you know it in all the ways there are to know it. Alexandra Bruggisser reports on her first lesson with Clemens Dierks… Continue reading Read Article

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Long, short or deep – what comes next?

at 11:55 am The final instalment in our discussion on the issue of Connection with German trainer, rider and educator, Susanne Miesner. Continue reading Read Article

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An interview with Ingrid Klimke…

at 11:54 am Like her father before her, Ingrid Klimke is a star not only in the dressage arena, but also on the cross country course... Continue reading Read Article

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Hayley Beresford – Getting ready to take on the world!

March 31st, 2015 at 2:39 pm Story by Chris Hector and Photos by Karl-Heinz Frieler Hayley Beresford was one of Australia’s most exciting young dressage talents, and I guess it is no surprise to see her making her mark on the world’s toughest dressage circuit – … Continue reading Read Article

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Learning from a Modern Master – working with Holga Finken

at 10:47 am It’s a story we’ve all heard. The pupil who comes for one year to learn, and ends up staying, and it’s the case with Sarskia Lieben-Seutter, at Holga and Birgit Finken’s training stables on the outskirts of Verden in Germany. … Continue reading Read Article

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Nicholas Fyffe talks about training the medium horse!

at 10:47 am Story by Chris Hector and Photos by Roz Neave But really there is nothing ‘medium’ about this horse – he is exceptional. Nicholas is lucky enough to be riding Ferro Rocher, a seven year old stallion, by Florestan out of … Continue reading Read Article

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Meet Fie Skarso

at 10:47 am Story by Chris Hector & Photos by Roz Neave   You can read the words on the page, but can’t hear the gales of laughter that bubble up all through this interview with the German based, Danish rider, Fie Christine … Continue reading Read Article

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