Dressage Solutions

Author: Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg
Editor: Trafalgar Square Pub
ISBN: 9781570766824
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Following the highly acclaimedKottas on Dressage, this book by one of the foremost exponents of Classical dressage offers advice on the correct way to introduce work on the paces, exercises, and movements, together with in-depth analysis of common problems and the ways to correct them. Dressage Solutions takes the reader through many stages of training, from ensuring that the basic paces are correct, through introducing the lateral exercises, developing the canter, rein-back, piaffe, and passage, to a final chapter that explains some of the long-established movements of the High School. This is a journey that will provide much food for thought, and a great deal of invaluable advice, for all riders who have progress and their horse's well-being at heart.

Dressage Tips And Training Solutions

Author: Petra Hölzel
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ISBN: 9781872082523
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Three top German equestrian trainers join forces to provide a problem-solving manual for dressage riders. They outline the principles by which young dressage horses are trained in Germany, discuss rider psychology and explain how to acquire the right attitudes for training and competition.

Dressage Q A With Janet Foy

Author: Janet Foy
Editor: Trafalgar Square Books
ISBN: 1570767793
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USEF "S" and FEI 4* Dressage Judge Janet Foy issued an invitation to the dressage population: “Ask me your toughest dressage questions; ask me about the things about riding, training, and competing that you just don’t understand; or, just ask me the questions you’re always afraid to ask because you don’t want to look like you don’t know what you’re doing!” The result was an outpouring of queries, from riders at every level, and from both those who just ride for fun as well as those who show. Foy has earned a dedicated following over many years teaching popular clinics alongside US Olympians Steffen Peters and Debbie McDonald, and her vast knowledge of the sport of dressage and trademark sense of humor propelled her first book Dressage for the Not-So-Perfect Horse to bestseller status. Now, for her eagerly awaited follow-up, she’s responded to the hundreds of dressage questions she’s received in an easy-to-engage-with Q-and-A format. Readers find no-nonsense answers to everything from understanding how horses learn the movements to really “getting” the importance of the outside rein to gaining coordination and achieving “throughness.” As always, Foy’s enthusiasm emanates from her words, and her drive to provide solid understanding is underscored by her insistence that riding dressage is, above all, fun.

Dressage Tips And Training Solutions

Author: Wolfgang Hölzel
Editor: Kenilworth Press
ISBN: 9781872119359
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Dressage Tips and Training Solutions is the ultimate problem-solving training manual, for dressage riders from novice to Grand Prix, essential for those occasions when things do not go exactly according to plan.

Dressage For The Not So Perfect Horse

Author: Janet Foy
Editor: Trafalgar Square Books
ISBN: 157076591X
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Tens of thousands of riders pursue the sport of dressage in North America, and the majority do so on a budget and with the horse they already have—or quite simply, the one they can afford. This means riders are facing the challenge of mastering one of the world's most esteemed equestrian events on horses that may not be bred specifically for the task, or even if they have been, may not be top prospects for any number of reasons. International dressage judge, clinician, and riding coach Janet Foy has ridden many different horses—different sizes, colors, and breeds—to the highest levels of dressage competition, and now she has compiled her best tips for training and showing in one highly enjoyable book. Her expertise, good stories and good humor are destined to bring out the best in dressage riders and their "not-so-perfect" horses everywhere.

Cavalletti For Dressage And Jumping

Author: Ingrid Klimke
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1908809817
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Every horse, no matter in what discipline it is ridden, will benefit from working with cavalletti. For Olympic champion Ingrid Klimke, riding over cavalletti is key to success. Cavalletti training improves the horse's basic gaits, develops rhythm, suppleness and cadence and increases fitness and agility. This handbook describes how to work with cavalletti on the lunge, provides valuable new schooling ideas and inspiration for dressage work, as well as numerous layouts for gymnastic jumping. Since its first publication in 1969, Cavalletti has become a standard reference book. This fourth edition has been further revised with new photographs.

The Dressage Horse Manifesto

Author: Yvonne Barteau
Editor: Trafalgar Square Books
ISBN: 1570768099
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Those who work with and train horses on a regular basis are likely constantly searching for new ways to make inroads and find answers when faced with tough training or behavior problems. Grand Prix dressage rider and performer Yvonne Barteau has trained her share of horses over the years—from off-track racing Thoroughbreds, to Arabians, to Friesians, to Warmbloods—and she asserts that everything that needs to be known about effectively training a horse is already known…by any horse. “Each horse,” says Barteau, “will know and respect the person who figures out how to train him, if that person is fair. The best trainers are not only ‘horse whisperers,’ they are listeners. And readers. They listen to what the horse has to say. They can read horse body language and behavior patterns. They are calm and they stay calm under pressure. How did they learn that? By studying horses. Over time the horses told them how to be a horse trainer and they listened.” Barteau believes that every dressage rider can learn to listen and read, and so experience greater success and partnership with his or her horse. In this book Barteau has used her knowledge and decades of experience and success in and out of the dressage ring to help put to paper what 10 different dressage horses would say to you about horse training if they could. Through the dressage horse’s mouth, from his point of view, readers learn: how simple things really are and how complicated we make them; the value of routine, consequence, and peace; the importance of leadership, fairness, and trust; the need for your sense of responsibility to match your ambition; plus, what kinds of rewards really work and what frightens, annoys, or causes horses to disregard us altogether. If you listen properly, horses will tell you how to train them. This book is a published declaration of their needs as our athletic partners, fellow competitors, and friends.

The Athletic Development Of The Dressage Horse

Author: Charles de Kunffy
Editor: *Howell Book House
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Shows how to attain optimum performance in a dressage horse with exercises designed to improve suspension, collection, and changes of tempo and gait

Olympic Review

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Dressage Essentials

Author: Jane Kidd
Editor: *Howell Book House
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The Howell Equestrian Library is a distinguished collection of books on all aspects of horsemanship and horsemastership. The nearly fifty books in print offer readers in all disciplines and at all levels of competition sound instruction and guidance by some of the most celebrated riders, trainers, judges, and veterinarians in the horse world today. Whether your interest is dressage, show jumping, or western riding, or whether it is breeding, grooming, or health care, Howell has a book to answer your needs. Get to know all the books in the Howell Equestrian Library; many are modern-day classics and have achieved the status of authoritative references in the estimation of those who ride, train, and care for horses. The Howell Equestrian Library

Samuel Beckett Comment C Est How It Is And Et L Image

Author: Samuel Beckett
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135713650
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This book contains the English and French texts and a complete record of the genesis of each. Besides Comment C'est How It Is, O'Reilly has included L'Image and an excerpt from Comment C'est that was published later in another volume.

Practical Dressage For Amateur Trainers

Author: Janice M. Ladendorf
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Jane Savoie S Dressage Between The Jumps

Author: Jane Savoie
Editor: Trafalgar Square Books
ISBN: 1570769656
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A compelling collection of focused flatwork exercises for improving jumping performance. Renowned author and mental training coach Jane Savoie breaks down the six most common problem areas she sees when horses jump: “Whoa” and “go” Rhythm Suppleness through the poll, neck, body, back, and hindquarters Contact and connection Collection Flying changes Then Savoie fills the rider’s toolbox with targeted exercises on the flat―simple solutions to the nagging problems that prevent riders and horses from doing their best over all kinds of obstacles, whether competing in hunters, jumpers, equitation, or eventing. Her excellent lessons gradually incorporate ground poles and low fences to build skills without stressing the horse’s body. Throughout, top riders share their own stories and insight, demonstrating numerous ways dressage exercises helped solve real problems over fences, including Olympian Anne Kursinski, Nations Cup rider Paul O’Shea, and eventer Nancy Bliss Byrd. With incredible clarity and her trademark enthusiasm, Savoie arms readers with knowledge, confidence, and problem-solving prowess that will result not only in clear rounds, but a happier horse, ready and willing to perform in partnership. Jane Savoie was the first to promote mental training tools and techniques as integral to competitive riding success, and her cross-training concepts for the horse—how to use dressage fundamentals for every equestrian sport—have been called “not just a read, but a must read for every hunter-jumper rider.”

Twisted Truths Of Modern Dressage

Author: Philippe Karl
Editor: Cadmos Verlag Gmbh
ISBN: 9783861279532
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One of the most outspoken critics of the modern dressage world reveals some disturbing facts about the physical, anatomical, and mental effects through official dressage guidelines as issued by the German Horse Society (FN) on horses. By comparing these with philosophies of masters of classical riding such as La Gueriniere and Baucher, he shows possible solutions to the challenging situation of modern competitive dressage. After describing the effects of modern dressage, breeding, and business, the author suggests a classical alternative—the philosophy of "legerity."

La Chasse Illustr E

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Dressage For The New Age

Author: Dominique Barbier
Editor: Prentice Hall
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The Art Of Dressage

Author: Alois Podhajsky
Editor: Doubleday Books
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An instructive manual for training horse and rider to achieve natural grace and harmony from the perspective of proper performance and fair judging

Effective Horsemanship For Dressage Three Day Event Jumping And Polo

Author: Noel Jackson
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Learn To Ride Using Sports Psychology

Author: Petra Hölzel
Editor: Trafalgar Square Pub
ISBN: 9781570760631
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An indispensable guide that tackles the roots of everyday riding problems, both mental and physical, and truly answers the questions that many riders have been asking themselves for years.

Dressage

Author: Henry Wynmalen
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