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The Dressage Basics with Clemens Dierks Part 4 – The Canter

July 5th, 2010 at 5:32 am

In this final in our mini series of articles, Clemens Dierks looks at The Canter…

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The Dressage Basics with Clemens Dierks Part 3 – The Trot

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  The pace that makes or breaks… In the trot, the riders seat just follows the rhythm of the horse. Think about your driving aids, your leg, back, weight, which combined makes your seat driving aids, and really try and be as still as possible so as not to interfere with the rhythm. Riders who…[More]

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The Dressage Basics with Clemens Dierks Part 2 – The Walk

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This second article in the series with Clemens Dierks, looks at one of the most neglected paces, the walk…

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The Dressage Basics with Clemens Dierks – Part 1

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The Basics. Clemens Dierks talks about the all important first steps of dressage training. Part 1

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Bartabas at Versailles

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Bartabas, the founder of Theatre Zingaro, launches a new project – an academy of horsemanship in the Royal Stables at Versailles…

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Young Dressage Horse Seminar: A Unique Learning Opportunity in Warendorf

July 2nd, 2010 at 6:50 am

In 2009, a special seminar on training young dressage horses was organized at Warendorf, featuring some of the stars of the Bundeschampionate, and some of Germany’s leading trainers, riders, judges and equestrian experts.

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Dressage Training – Jo Hinnemann’s Way

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For many years, Jo Hinnemann has been recognized as one of the world’s leading dressage trainers. Jo not only competed successfully himself, but has been mentor to a string of internationals, perhaps the most successful of which has been the Dutch international, Coby van Baalen

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The Horses of Portugal – Part 3 – Working Equitation & Competition Dressage

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In our final article in this series on the Lusitano horse, we look at the new discipline of Working Equitation, and visit one rider who competes with success in international dressage competition…

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The Horses of Portugal – Part 2 – The Breeders

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In this second part of our three part series, we visit some of the Lusitano breeders…

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Steffen Peters / Aachen

July 1st, 2010 at 1:09 am
 
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The Horses of Portugal – Part 1 – The Royal School of Lisbon

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This series of articles looks at the horses and culture of Portugal…

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The Integration of the Baucher system in the classical school of de la Guérinière by Miguel Tavora

June 30th, 2010 at 7:13 am

Two Masters, A Method and A System and a Synthesis. In this article, Portuguese Master of Classical Equitation, Miguel Tavora reconciles the teachings of two French Masters, Baucher and de la Guérinière, and shows that many modern competition riders are using the techniques of both…

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