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5 Stretches every dressage rider should be doing. Improve your mobility and flexibility at home by doing these stretches.

I don't ride dressage, but I think this would be great for all riders. We all could be more flexible

equestrian equine cheval pferde caballo | bay dressage half pass rearview

Dressage - so beautiful to see - absolutely amazing that these incredible creatures can do what they do! Dressage Horses Learn about www.

If your horse says no, you either asked the wrong question, or asked the question wrong.

Dressage - Great photo showing the strength and beauty of the horse and the elegance of dressage!

Great illustration, sometimes pictures speak louder than words...for when my friends give me the "huh" expression

Explains the difference between piaffe, passage, collected trot, medium trot, and extended trot.

Dressage training scale - wish more people would realize that collection…

Dressage training scale - wish more people would realize that collection requires you to build on the previous five! ALSO this goes for all disciplines. Not just dressage.

Charlotte Dujardin and Florentina IV

Charlotte Dujardin riding in the fabulous new colour Blueberry Dressage Square set! Love it when tack matches

Same goes for jumping! Something I need to remind myself of all the time..... Thanks gordon!

"Life is like a dressage test. If you're too busy thinking about your last move, the next one won't be any good either." Could also go for rodeo too.

Adapted work from ©FEI / Arnd Bronkhorst / Pool Pic Livepic/FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

Great way to think of what your hands are suppose to do! anyone agree Adapted work from ©FEI / Arnd Bronkhorst / Pool Pic Livepic/FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

4 Tips On How To Train Lateral Movements

How to do lateral movements with the horse. Valuable tips & information on how to teach your horse lateral movements without the risk of losing the essence.

The dressage pyramid  ( I think this would apply to some western riding too!)

Essential knowledge of dressage training: the classical training scale. Those 6 elements form the basis of a well-trained dressage horse, and are taught in order from top to bottom.