Articles With Ingrid Klimke

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Ingrid Klimke: Train for Your Horse's Pleasure

Seven elements of a training program that will keep your dressage athlete happy and healthy in his work

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16 Dressage Training Questions with Ingrid Klimke

This Grand Prix dressage rider and Olympic eventer discusses her training principles as they apply to horses rising through the levels.

Credit: Kiki Beelitz Helen Langehanenberg and Damsey FRH

At Home with Three of Germany's Elite Dressage Riders

Horses management and dressage training insights from Helen Langehanenberg, Hubertus Schmidt and Ingrid Klimke

Credit: Courtesy of Trafalgar Square Books Grooming begins at a very young age and is often enjoyed by a foal. A foal will often begin to nibble the person brushing him in return as a sign of grateful thanks. Should he bite, however, it is best to push him away or reprimand him with the voice in a sharp manner such as “leave it!”

A Lesson in Handling Young Horses with Ingrid Klimke

In this book excerpt, Ingrid Klimke explains her theories on handling young horses.

Credit: Courtesy of Trafalgar Square Books Natural gymnastic work can ensure that your horse’s joints become more supple and his stamina and muscle tone improve.

Ingrid Klimke on Cross-Training with Cavalletti

Follow Ingrid Klimke’s six-week plan for dressage horses and see her sample cavalletti layouts.

Credit: PhelpsPhotos.com Ingrid Klimke poses with her father, the late Dr. Reiner Klimke, in 1999.

The Klimke Approach to Dressage

Germany’s Olympic eventing gold medalist and Grand Prix dressage rider, Ingrid Klimke carries on her legendary father’s classical approach to dressage.