101 Dressage Exercises for Horse and Rider
Storey Publishing, LLC, 2005 - 226 Seiten
Dressage, the equestrian practice in which a horse makes highly precise movements in response to barely perceptible signals from the rider, has taken hold of America’s equestrians. Participation rates have risen by 200 percent over the past twenty years, as baby-boomer riders have discovered dressage to be less strenuous and dangerous than jumping, yet offering the satisfaction of mastering techniques and the opportunity to compete and advance to higher levels of achievement.
101 Dressage Exercises for Horse & Rider, presented in Storey’s highly visual “Read & Ride” format, features a full arena diagram and stepby- step instructions for each exercise. The exercises address all levels of riders, starting with the basics and moving up to maneuvers developed by members of the U.S. Olympic team. Training tips and masterly guidance make this an indispensable reference for all dressage riders. Even Western riders interested in enhancing their performance will find these foundational exercises useful.
Dressage riders are information-hungry readers, often referred to as “the thinking horsemen.” This book’s sturdy format, combbound and drilled so it can be hung on a ringside post, will appeal to these reading riders, whether in or out of the saddle.
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Review: 101 Dressage Exercises for Horse & RiderNutzerbericht - Vanessa - Goodreads
Good hands-on book for novice through intermediate. An advanced rider may use some exercises for warm-up or to tweek for more advanced skill level. This book seems to be geared toward riders with horses that already know advanced commands. Very useful. Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: 101 Dressage Exercises for Horse & RiderNutzerbericht - Kinni - Goodreads
Useful enough that I never got it back after I lent it out. Kindle has an edition, however. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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