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Give Your Young Horse a Solid Start

PLUS: Learn What Dressage Judges See

The polished dressage tests we often see in the competition arena didn’t become that way over night. In fact, the foundation was likely laid many years before. In our article with German dressage trainer Anja Beran, lean how she brings a young horse into work in a natural, considerate way. If you and your equine partner are in a more advanced stage of training, learn about what dressage judges see from USEF ‘S’ judge Marilyn Heath.

Included in this issue:

A Solid Start for Young Horses with Anja Beran

What Dressage Judges Want to See with Marilyn Heath

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