Guide to dressage
A comprehensive reference on dressage for the student, trainer or instructor. Includes excerpts from the works of numerous experts. Follows in detail the 1987 tests of the American Horse Shows Association. The often baffling terminology is clearly explained and illustrated.
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What Is Dressage?
The AHSA Training Level Tests
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action AHSA arena bend braced position bracing the back canter departs Chamberlin Circle left Circle right classical dressage Collected canter Collected trot correct crookedness Decarpentry diagonal dressage driving exercises Figure flex flexion flying changes follow forehand forelegs forward free walk Froissard gaits girth half-halt half-pass halt hand haunches haunches-in head and neck hind feet hind legs hindquarters horse's body impulsion indirect rein inside leg inside rein instructor lateral leg-yielding Lengthen stride LEVEL TEST Littauer long rein Miiseler move movement muscles Museler neck rein noseband pace Podhajsky poll pony position pushing rein aids rein back rein effects relaxed rhythm rider riding right rein Rulebook saddle seat bone Second Level Seunig shoulder-in shoulders side reins Spanish Riding School spine steps stiff side stirrup straight stretched suppleness track trainer Training Level transition trot sitting turn walk on long Watjen weight whip Wynmalen young horse