Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Tag: Featured Video

Ways to Hold the Double Bridle Reins

0 Henk Van Bergen explains the options to holding the double bridle reins. Filmed at the 2009 Succeed/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference. To watch more of the...

Starting the Young Horse on the Lunge

0 Willy Arts explains his considerations when starting the young horse. Excerpt from the 2015 Sport Horse Prospect Development Forum. For more information on this program,...

Ask The Experts: Nosebands

1 Scott Hassler, Jeremy Steinberg, and Debbie McDonald discuss noseband options, and why different types of nosebands may be used at the 2011 USDF Symposium....

Thoughts on Canter Pirouette with Jeremy Steinberg

0 Jeremy Steinberg coaches a young rider and shares his thought on the canter pirouette. Filmed at a Platinum Performance/USDF Jr/YR Clinic.

Tips for Creating a Musical Freestyle

2 Commentary by Janet (Dolly) Hannon, chair of the USDF Freestyle Committee. Excerpt from the 2015 On The Levels. The 2019 On The Levels is...

Views on Lungeing with Ingo Pape

0 Young Horse expert Ingo Pape discusses his views on proper lungeing. Filmed at the 2013 USDF Sport Horse Prospect Development Program.

Proper Frame for the 4-5 Year Old Horse

0 Young horse expert Scott Hassler discusses his thoughts on the proper frame for a young horse. Excerpt from the American Training Program DVD set,...

Considerations for Warm-Up

0 An excerpt from the 2016 Adequan/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference featuring FEI Judge General Stephen Clarke.

Rider Confidence

0 Jan Brink discusses rider confidence and how important it is for trainers to not just take a horse from a student when a problem...

Graf George’s Final Competition

0 Owned by Jane and Dick Brown, Graf George was inducted into the Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame in 2000. Competing internationally, Graf George was...
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10 Tips for Dressage Seat Equitation Riders

By Mike Osinski, USEF ā€œSā€ and FEI Judge With the popularity of Dressage Seat Equitation, the numbers are rising in these classes across the country. Here are a few tips for riders to understand what the judges are looking for in an Equitation class.