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Abingdon RDA Sep 8
✨New today on India's !✨ Let's talk about some common assumptions about RDA. Please share to help it reach those outside of the community and talk about your own experiences!
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How To Dressage Sep 13
When competing, nerves can get the better of you. Unfortunately, horses are very sensitive to their riders and very quickly pick up your feelings of tension.  
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How To Dressage Sep 13
Not every venue has a generous working-in area, and you may find yourself trying to warm-up in a crowded or cramped space.
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How To Dressage Sep 12
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How To Dressage Sep 10
Often, riders are so keen to get out of the arena, they salute before the horse has come to a complete halt! This is incorrect and will lose you marks.
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How To Dressage 20h
Known as one of Canada's top international dressage riders, German-born Tom Dvorak began riding at the age of 12. 
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How To Dressage Sep 11
Here are our top tips on how to remember a dressage test, so you’ll never go wrong again!
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Blind Riders Network Sep 7
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Mulography Sep 8
I can hardly believe it, but Marty is now a legit ambassador - he has a sash & everything! We were approached by Mule Welfare UK to help them inspire, support, & encourage current & future mule owners. I'm so proud of him. ❤️
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How To Dressage Sep 9
Producing good quality flying changes can take months or even years, depending on the horse, so be prepared to be patient! 
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How To Dressage Sep 6
If you hold your hands too high, you’ll become tense in your upper body and you may also be inclined to lean backwards. 
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How To Dressage Sep 7
How can you make your horse’s canter stronger, without compromising on the quality of the pace and the horse’s balance?
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How To Dressage Sep 11
For test purposes, the travers is ridden in trot, but in training it can be ridden in walk, trot, and canter to help build the impulsion and self-carriage required for the more advanced, movements. 
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No Bucking Way Sep 9
I am so excited to introduce my new steed - Cosmo! Here's the lowdown on how this all came about...
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How To Dressage Sep 7
Choose a clip that suits the work you are asking your horse to do. Remember, the idea of clipping your horse is for his comfort, not just to make him look good!
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Dr Lynn Pal Sep 13
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Dr Lynn Pal Sep 11
The only person that can truely know the amount of effort you put in is you. Always be honest!
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Dr Lynn Pal Sep 11
Just breathe. Before any big task or difficult situation remind yourself to pause, take a deep breath & take your time.
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Monday Creek Publishing Sep 7
The princess has a new crown from blinged.out.bridle 😍👑 @ Monday Creek Publishing
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