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How To Dressage 2h
Competing can be a stressful experience, and you won't always get the excellent result you were hoping for. However, there are always positives to take away.
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Re-bridled 8h
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Deanie H. Dunne 13h
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Equestrian Fitness Jun 13
Next Seasons Women’s Cricket Team in Training.....😹🙈little team effort with the reaction ball in class tonight
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Equine Connection Jun 12
What does "making the wrong thing hard and right thing easy" really mean? Check out our AMAZING interview & blog with 🐴😍
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Susan Conley 10h
They wanted a tenner for this in the Oxfam home store - bit pricey I dare say. But if it’s still there next week... 🤔
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How To Dressage Jun 11
There are at least two center lines in every dressage test that you ride.Every center line is worth 10 marks, making them a potential gold mine if you can execute them correctly. 
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How To Dressage Jun 18
The key to executing smooth, balanced transitions is all in the preparation. So, how do you prepare your horse for transitions?
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How To Dressage Jun 17
Although poles are not a substitute for correct and systematic schooling, they do make a very useful addition to your training armory.
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Renwick & Sons Jun 16
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How To Dressage Jun 17
Suppleness is tested in movements where the horse is allowed to ‘take the reins and stretch’, and in the ‘free walk on a long rein’. here's how to do it
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ᴛʜᴇ sᴄᴏᴛᴛɪsʜ ᴇǫᴜᴇsᴛʀɪᴀɴ Jun 12
It's only been three weeks but I feel like we have been busy! New blog post!
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How To Dressage Jun 15
The term, “poking nose” is generally used by the dressage judge to refer to the observation that the horse is above the bit. 
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How To Dressage Jun 16
It's important to note that horse's who work slightly behind the vertical should not be confused with Rollkur, nor should working 'long and low'.
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How To Dressage Jun 14
There are a number of ways to avoid upset to your horse's digestive system.
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How To Dressage Jun 17
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How To Dressage Jun 16
Half-pass is a forward/sideways movement.Remember the order of those words – it is crucial to maintaining them in that order while you teach a horse this movement.
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Deanie H. Dunne Jun 16
My Life at Sweetbrier: A Life Changed by Horses by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne via #36 in children's horse books yesterday
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How To Dressage Jun 16
A horse that does not learn to carry his rider in a physically functional manner is damaging his body, particularly his leg joints and his spine.
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Susan Conley Jun 15
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