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Here is a way to make dressage fun, even in the winter weather!

A great way to stay motivated and focused on your riding goals, especially during the winter months, is to pick a clinician that is coming to your area and sign up! I decided to do just that and had a great time with Bent Jensen at Jeannette Bair’s gorgeous farm in Maryland! I used to work for Bent many years ago, and so it was so much fun to ride with him and get some great pointers to work on! He always has great exercises to help you to get the most out of the horse you are riding.
Another great thing about most clinics is that you are allowed to watch other riders thru auditing. Watching others ride and the exercises and tips that you pick up can be invaluable tools to add to your “tool chest” of knowledge.
Who are your favorite clinicians? What have your experiences been?

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