Dressage Priority Points
This title offers beginning dressage riders special tips, or priority points, on important elements of this elegant equine sport. Lavish color photographs of top riders illustrate these points throughout, and create a package irresistible to those who ride as well as those who appreciate the style and grace of this popular discipline.
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achieve activity Aim/Look for Correct allow Anky van Grunsven arena basic canter half pass centre line circle collected walk correctly counter canter diagonal double bridle dres dressage horse encourage the horse ensure ﬂexion ﬂowing ﬂuent ﬂying change flying changes forehand foreleg forward front legs gaits going page 29 Grand Prix test half halt hindquarters horse and rider horse's body horse's hind legs important impulsion inﬂuence inside leg international dressage Isabel Werth judges Klaus Balkenhol later LEFT leg aids leg yielding long side marker mental Monica Theodorescu movement muscles number of strides perform phase piaffe practise Priority Points progressive quarter line rein aids rein back rein contact Rembrandt rhythm ride straight rider's leg saddle sequence shoulder-fore shoulder-in sideways small angle sport stiffness straighten supple Sven Rothenberger tion track trainer training session travers trot and canter turn walk pirouettes warming weight World Equestrian Games young horses