The Athletic Development of the Dressage Horse: Manege Patterns

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Wiley, Aug 15, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 208 pages
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One The Relevance of Dressage Riding in Horsemanship
Two Training Strategies
Six Patterns as Training Strategies

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About the Author Charles de Kunffy is known throughout the world as an author, lecturer, coach and judge (AHSA--I; FEI--C). From his home in California he travels to teach training courses for teachers and judges and also to give clinics in the United States and abroad. His two earlier books, Dressage Questions Answered and Creative Horsemanship, have been a mainstay of equestrian literature for more than a decade. Currently he is revising and updating them for another generation of readers.

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