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Small Movements to Help Your Horse Build Strength

FEI dressage rider and competitor Olivia Lagoy-Weltz helps a rider on a young horse work on some small movements to help the mare build her strength.

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Warming Up a Young Horse

FEI dressage rider and competitor Olivia Lagoy-Weltz helps a rider on a young mare with her warm up.

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Moving Your Horse Laterally from Pressure

Horsemanship, performance coach, dressage/event rider and trainer Chelsea Canedy demonstrates how to move your horse laterally from pressure.

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Common Issues with Leading Horses

Horsemanship, performance coach, dressage/event rider and trainer Chelsea Canedy explains some of the common issues she sees with people leading horses.

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Pressure and Release During Groundwork

Horsemanship, performance coach, dressage/event rider and trainer Chelsea Canedy demonstrates the concept of pressure and release.

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The Concept of Pressure and Release with Horses

Horsemanship, performance coach, dressage/event rider and trainer Chelsea Canedy explains the concept of pressure and release.

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Inside Rein to Outside Leg Connection with a Grade IV Para Dressage Rider

Top international dressage rider and Olympic silver medalist Adrienne Lyle works with a Grade IV para dressage rider on improving the connection from her inside leg to outside rein.

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Warm Up with a Grade IV Para Dressage Rider

Top international dressage rider and Olympic silver medalist Adrienne Lyle works with a Grade IV para dressage rider during her warm up.

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Keeping Your Horse in Front of Your Leg Through Transitions

Top international Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Shannon Dueck helps a rider with a stallion who likes to get behind the leg with transitions.

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Keeping Your Horse in Front of Your Leg

Top international Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Shannon Dueck helps a rider with a stallion who likes to get behind the leg.

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