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Warming up the Upper Level Dressage Horse

FEI 5* Judge Janet Foy discusses the importance of warming up the upper level dressage horse.

In this video, Janet explains how the upper level dressage horse should be warmed up at the trot and canter. In trot, she wants the horse to have more bend in his body and engagement of the hind leg to improve reach. In canter, she encourages the horse to be up in the neck and shoulders and be more forward first and then collect the canter.

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