Training Strategies for Dressage Riders

Training Strategies for Dressage Riders

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Training Strategies for Dressage Riders is a unique guide to the art and technique of dressage, written by one of the most renowned equestrian trainers in the world today. It offers a complete training system for both horse and rider, paying special attention to how a rider s actions can influence a mount. The book provides practical, in-the-saddle advice on a wide range of dressage topics, including:
* The art of classical equitation
* The development of the rider s seat and aids
* Developing the basic gaits
* Gymnastic improvement
* Horse insubordination
* Clinics and competitions judging
Whether you want to prepare for dressage competition or simply improve your riding skills, this is a matchless guide.
Publisher: New York : Wiley Pub., c2003.
Edition: 2nd ed. --
ISBN: 9780764526374
Branch Call Number: 798.23 DeK 2003
Characteristics: x, 305 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. --


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