Dressage: A Guideline for Riders and Judges

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J.A. Allen, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 331 pages
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This valuable contribution to competition dressage has been written by a leading FEI judge who is an eminent figure in international dressage today. The author analyzes the component elements of tests, explains what the judges should be looking for, and why, and offers clear, concise guidance to riders on performing the movements correctly in order to achieve high marks. A comprehensive appendix on Olympic dressage gives a year-by-year record of rules, changes, tests, and results.

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Contents

The Dressage Test
10
Straightness and Bend
26
The Paces
39
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About the author (2003)

Wolfgang M. Niggli is a leading FEI judge.

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