Dressage

Andrew McLean investigates Objective Dressage Judging

May 18th, 2015 at 4:08 pm At the recent Global Dressage in Denmark, Andrew McLean presented a paper on the need for changes to make dressage judging more objective. Continue reading Read Article

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Sydney CDI Para Equestrian Report

at 3:32 pm Sydney CDI 2015 Para Equestrian classes on Friday 8th May attracted a large group of 19 competitors, five with two horses, several new combinations and some riders on borrowed horses and glorious sunshine prevailed all day! Continue reading Read Article

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Sitting in the hall, watching great training – Part One

at 2:17 pm Christopher Hector is the observer on the wall as Johan Hamminga and Jennifer Sekreve work their beautiful dressage horses - made more beautiful by beautiful training... Continue reading Read Article

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Stefan Wolff – The Art of Training

May 15th, 2015 at 2:43 pm German dressage trainer, Stefan Wolff takes a training session... Continue reading Read Article

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Stefan Wolff – The Art of Training

at 2:43 pm Stefan Wolff is the complete professional, and even at the end of a 12 hour teaching stint, he was still focussed, still ready to produce a startlingly good lesson... Continue reading Read Article

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Linda Foster & Mauritius, working with Stefan Wolff

May 14th, 2015 at 12:20 pm Visiting trainer, Stefan Wolff found another interesting horse to work with at his most recent clinic at Clemens and Judy Dierks Training Stables. Continue reading Read Article

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Andrew McLean at the 2006 Global Dressage Forum

May 4th, 2015 at 10:26 am Andrew McLean finds a fascinating diversity of horsemanship at the Global Forum... Continue reading Read Article

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Of balance, and how to find it…

April 29th, 2015 at 11:00 am Ricky MacMillan is not only our most successful dressage rider, she is also one of our most thoughtful, and she has used her time training with some of Europe’s best trainers to develop a sophisticated appreciation of the dressage principles. Continue reading Read Article

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How Horses Work with Gerd Heuschmann

April 24th, 2015 at 2:57 pm Gerd Heuschmann is a unique combination – an equine vet who actually rides… and he uses this knowledge to argue that we must respect the classical principles when we train for dressage. Continue reading Read Article

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Hubertus Schmidt: A Masterpiece from a Modern Master

at 2:55 pm German Grand Prix rider and trainer, Hubertus Schmidt explains his training principles... 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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