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Motivate Your Dressage Horse • 12 Rules of Ring Etiquette

Uta Gräf explains how to train a horse while also respecting his mental and physical limits. Plus, brush up on your ring etiquette rules!
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Renowned classical dressage trainer Uta Gräf believes that riders must think of ways to make horses happy in their work. Each horse should be treated as a unique individual and the rider has a moral obligation to respect his mental and physical limits and work within them.

In this issue, Gräf:

  • Defines the rider’s “moral obligation” to the horse.
  • Shares ways that riders can motivate their horses and make them happy to work.
  • Stresses the importance of letting horses be horses.

PLUS, 12 rules to help riders determine who has the right of way in a crowded arena.

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