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How to APPLY Your Knowledge of the Dressage Training Scale

Plus: Advice for Balancing the Adult Amateur Lifestyle

Most dressage riders are aware that solid basic skills are the foundation of good dressage training—and that the Training Scale provides a guideline for how to progress. What is less clear, however, is how to actually put that knowledge to use to develop proper basics. In our article with Beth Baumert, she explains how to put dressage theory into practice.

If you’re an Adult Amateur rider, check out some tips to help you balance your barn time with life’s other demands—including work, family and more.

Read more in this edition of the Dressage Today Extra!

 Featured in this special report:

•Advice for Balancing the Adult Amateur Lifestyle

•Apply the Training Scale to Improve Basics

Read more Dressage Today Extras here! 

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