The Athletic Development of the Dressage Horse: Manege Patterns
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's 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
7 pages matching piaffe in this book
Results 1-3 of 7
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
20m circle advanced horses allow the horse arena articulation athletic beneﬁt center line center of gravity changing rein coach collection correct correctly counter canter counter patterns counter-canter crossing deﬁne deﬁnition diagonal difﬁcult direction dressage drifting elasticity elevation engagement equestrian evasion ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂexibility ﬂexion ﬂying change forehand forward full pass gait goals gymnastic value half-circle half-halt half-pass halt haunches-in haunches-out horse and rider horseís haunches horseís neck horsemanship important improve impulsion increase inﬂuence inside hind leg inside leg inside rein inside shoulder joints lateral bending lead leﬁ leg-yield long wall lumbar back manege move muscles ofthe oneís ouette outward Paul Drake performed piaffe pliť progress remain rhythm ridden riderís inside riderís outside leg riding schooling serpentine shoulder-in shoulder-out side sideways skills sophisticated Spanish Riding School speciﬁc spine spiral straight straightening strengthening strides suppleness Susan Derr Drake suspension tempi changes torso track transitions true canter walk