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False Collection & Evasions  Relative vs. Absolute Elevation

I've worked with horses that have been trained with these methods. they forget to breathe. You let them drop their heads and they don't understand.

Hollow vs round frame horse diagram. (Now you finally get what your instructor is telling you)

underdarrensspell: “ Time for me to go on a wee little horse rant. So every horse person in existence has had to explain to a “non-horse person” at some point in their life that “you don’t just sit.

Elite dressage rider Carl Hester’s 35 top tips on everything dressage – from finding the right horse, to training and stable management techniques!

Perfect form, both rider and horse.Tips from Carl Hester Elite dressage rider Carl Hester’s 35 top tips on everything dressage – from finding the right horse, to training and stable management techniques!

Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. Sustainable Dressage. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

Really awesome Dressage website by Theresa Sandin. ANY rider, not just dressage, should look at this site. Very informative and explained well.

Drassage Exercises for any horse, part 1 - Suppleness requires a change of bend change of gait and a lateral change

Dressage Exercises for Any Horse, Part requires a change of bend change of gait and a lateral change

Develop the Extended Trot   By Arlene "Tuny" Page With Kitson Jazynka  How to develop the extended trot in the dressage horse. - See more at: http://dressagetoday.com/article/extended-trot-12522?utm_source=DressageTodayNL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter#sthash.eyAFOySC.dpuf

Develop the Extended Trot~I love riding the extended trot on my dressage horses. When I ask my Grand Prix dressage horse Alina to move into an extended trot as she straightens onto the diagonal, it feels like it is her idea, a

6 Ways to Unleash the Power of Your Riding Seat

Photo Credit: NBanaszak Photography - Use the "Canter-trot" to engage the hind end

Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit | janesavoie.com

Always Use Your Legs Before Your Hands When Putting Your Horse on the Bit - Jane Savoie

Solving The Puzzle of Horses Who Pull

Article discusses horses who are strong on the bit, pull, bolt and take off when riding.

Wary of Crossing Water~An eventing trainer explains how to safely encourage a horse to walk through water.

Wary of Crossing Water~An eventing trainer explains how to safely encourage a horse to walk through water.

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