Use this conceptual tool to help your
riding in a practical way.
You need a variety of strategies to train this type of horse.
Jan Brons explains steps you can take to avoid frustration for you and your horse as you move forward in your training.
How to develop a strong foundation for a challenging upper-level movement.
These transitions, when done properly, keep the horse forward, loose and working through his body.
This exercise can be used for horses of all ages and levels to strengthen the topline, create throughness and to test the honesty of aids.
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Equestrian Team rider Kathleen Raine discusses how to make your horse move with better rhythm and more expression.
Instead of a quick fix or short cut, go back to basics to build a solid foundation of training.
Finding balance is the secret to dressage.