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Although written particularly for the aspiring young competitor, all riders early in their dressage career, whatever their age, find the clear, straightforward explanations invaluable. This book gives you an understanding of test riding technique and explains how to improve your riding in and out of the ring........(click on image for full details)
Martin DiggleThis authoritative resource includes biographical entries of prominent trainers, competitors, judges, and authors—past and present—from countries around the world, and is attractiVely illustrated throughout with photographs of eminent individuals and drawings and engravings from books authored by those mentioned within. The book also contains entries explaining dressage terminology, gaits and movements, major events, associations and establishments, equipment, and important publications. Handsomely bound and engagingly written, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dressage is essential reading for every dressage aficionado........(click on image for full details)
By a List 1 Dressage Judge, the guide has helpful hints for those starting out in dressage or wishing to improve their competition performance. Chapters include training and preparation, learning the test, paces and rhythm, and analyzing the judge's comments..........(click on image for full details)
Anja Beran trained in the stables of Manuel Jorge de Oliveira, a pupil of the well known Nuno Oliveira, and she brings a delightful view of the training specifics for correct dressage work.......(click on image for full details)
Dr. Gerd Heuschmann burst onto the international equestrian scene with his startling expose Tug of War, in which he demonstrated with words and photographs the disturbing effects of the (then) popular “Rollkur” or “hyperflexion” technique in training dressage horses. In his long-awaited follow-up book, Dr. Heuschmann explores what it means to be a “responsible rider,” and asks whether, in today’s society, it is indeed possible for riders in any horse sport to put the good of the horse first and foremost—most pointedly above ambition and fame........(click on image for full details)
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TheHorseStudio.com Copyrighted Review: Don't we all dream of Totilas? What a superb rendition of Totilas, inspired by the harmony in the partnership of Gal and this beautiful black stallion. The color tone in the neck and shoulder is fabulous and the simplicity of Colleen's work with clean but softly accented colored background maintains focus on the star of the piece, the majestic Totilas. When I first saw this print my jaw dropped, Colleen has provided such a lovely image for us to enjoy. I seriously admire all her work and look forward to seeing more of it...............(click on image for full details)
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