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Fourth Level

At Fourth Level, the horse and rider must exhibit a high level of impulsion, suppleness, thoroughness, lightness and be on the bit.

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How to Maintain Correct Bend in the Half Pass
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George Williams: How Horses' Hind Legs Work
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VIDEO: Janet Foy on the 2019 Fourth Level Dressage Tests
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How to Ride Correct Flying Changes on an Overeager Horse
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Easy Canter Pirouettes with Morten Thomsen
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Improve Use of Weight Aids to Influence the Horse
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Scott Hassler on Collection with Throughness and Forward Desire
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A Long Neck Equals a More Rideable Horse
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The Secret to Free, Forward Collection
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Improve Body Awareness for a Better Seat
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How Can I Keep My Horse Bending in the Walk Pirouette?
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