Dressage

Carl Hester – Teaching Eventers Dressage

May 24th, 2016 at 5:49 pm Teaching eventers dressage with Carl Hester... Continue reading Read Article

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Jonny Hilberath – Horseman

at 11:39 am Jonny Hilberath is rightly one of Germany’s (the world’s) most respected dressage trainers. Recently he has stepped back from his role as assistant Germany Dressage team trainer to build his own barn... Continue reading Read Article

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Good training… it’s not only about the horses

May 20th, 2016 at 2:36 pm German dressage trainer Stefan Wolff worked for Klaus Balkenhol before setting up his stables in the USA. Now back in Germany, Stefan is a regular visitor to Australia... Continue reading Read Article

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Harold the Horse

at 2:30 pm Although Scott McKenna has had a successful dressage career on “normal” horses, riding up to Grand Prix with another young prospect about to start at the top level this year, he is possibly better known as the rider of Harold the Horse. Continue reading Read Article

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Creating the Gears with Hayley Beresford

at 10:55 am If you’ve been to any clinic in the last decade, you’ll know the recurring theme is changing the pace, within the pace, call it a half halt, forwards backwards, or simply an adjustment - it’s paramount to enhancing the horse’s natural movement. But if we all know this, why is it what visiting clinicians have to focus on again and again? Continue reading Read Article

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Chantal Wigan and the road to the top

at 10:41 am Chantal Wigan sort of crept up on the Australian dressage scene. While you can see most riders maturing as they work their way through State Champs and National Championships, Chantal did her hard yards in Europe, emerging from seemingly nowhere in the run up to the Beijing Games with a Grand Prix horse, and some impressive performances... Continue reading Read Article

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Anthony Pelling – Treading the Iberian dressage path

at 10:40 am Anthony Pelling was only 14 when he rode a canny old stallion in Portugal. Nuno Oliveira had trained the horse, his name was Dodge and he knew how to make a student’s life hell. Anthony’s muscles were sore and he was a long way from home but he wasn’t going to give up. Continue reading Read Article

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Bootcamp for Rebecca at Dressage Unravelled

at 10:39 am Adventurous pilates and dressage coach, Rebecca Ashton heads north to Dressage Unravelled… and she took the photos... Continue reading Read Article

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Dressage: A blood sport?

at 10:36 am A range of views on the dressage 'blood' controversy of 2011 Continue reading Read Article

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The Riding Masters – Dietmar Specht

May 19th, 2016 at 7:30 pm All advanced work depends on one thing … the correct preparation. German expert Dietmar Specht, outlines a training sequence to make your horse supple, relaxed, rhythmic and confident. A program for every horse – Dressage, Showjumper, Campdrafter or Eventer – they’ll … Continue reading Read Article

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Maria Caetano Couceiro – Dressage at Jerez

May 13th, 2016 at 3:24 pm Maria Caetano Couceiro is one of Portugal’s leading Grand Prix dressage riders. She comes from a distinguished tradition, her father Paulo Caetano is a fine bullfight rider... Continue reading Read Article

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Unique Learning Opportunities in Warendorf

May 12th, 2016 at 5:38 pm Last month The-Seminar-to-end-all-Seminars at Warendorf took us through the Basics with the younger dressage horses. This month we move on to the Five and Six year olds, and travel right through to Grand Prix with some very special riders, trainers and horses… Continue reading Read Article

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