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Dressage Solutions: Avoid Losing Engagement

Try this tip from Volker Brommann.

To avoid losing engagement after your transition…Imagine riding the transition again in the second and third stride. —Volker Brommann

(Illustration by Sandy Rabinowitz)

Volker Brommann became a licensed Bereiter in 1980 in his native Germany and earned his Pferdewirtschaftsmeister in 1988. He was one of the first USDF Certified Instructors at the FEI level in the U.S. He and Jennette Scanlon live with their sons, Dylan and Mattias, in Auburn, California. Brommann is in demand as a clinician throughout the U.S. (volkerbrommann.com).

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