Reiner & Ingrid Klimke
Reiner Klimke is the most successful dressage rider of all time. Dr Klimke won six Olympic gold medals and eight medals overall at dressage. Both are Olympic records for equestrian sport. At the world championships, Dr. Klimke has won the individual title in 1974 and 1982 and helping West Germany to the team dressage World Championship in 1966, 1974, 1982, and 1986. At the European Championships, he earned seven team and three individual gold medals in 1967, 1973, and 1985. With his favorite horse, Ahlerich he won his Olympic individual gold in 1984 and his world individual gold in 1982. In 1988, Ahlerich, (a 17-year-old) helped Dr. Klimke to his team gold medal at Seoul Olympics.
The master Dr. Reiner Klimke here presents VOl 9 and 10 in the series Complete Dressage Training. In Vol 9 The Training of the Grand Prix Horse, is the final step of a dressage horse. Piaffe and passage including the steps between should show the highest level grade of the classical school. Aids should be invisible and the work evidently full of harmony between rider and horse. Klimke here brings you deftly to Vol 10 The Study of the Grand Prix horse being prepared for the Grand Prix. The details are complete, perfection is exacted and Klimke helps the rider with tips and suggestions to make the final entry to the Grand Prix ring successful As ever Dr. Klimke brings his wonderful sense of humor.......(click on image for full details)