Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Tag: Pyramid of Training

The Pyramid of Training

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Kathy Rowse and Bill McMullin address the importance of the USDF Pyramid of Training from a judge’s and trainer’s perspectives. This video is an...

Great Learners Make Great Riders

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By Sally O’Dwyer There is a process to becoming a skilled dressage rider. It is not the same for everyone, but there is a definite...

Meet the L Graduate – Lisa Eagley

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Lisa Eagley is a USDF L Graduate with Distinction who has also earned her USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medals. She resides in Virginia,...

Meet the L Graduate – Megan Compton

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Megan Compton is a USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist, USDF L Graduate with distinction, trainer, coach, and FEI rider.  Through engaging cross-training, Megan’s program...

Walter Zettl and the Training Scale

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https://youtu.be/nhRMumPxKsU This video is sponsored by Premier Equestrian.

Riding Is One of the Most Difficult Forms of Artistic Sport

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By Walter Zettl Translated by Lynne Sprinsky Echols The German-born dressage master Walter Zettl wrote this essay shortly before his death in June 2018. The USDF thanks Herr Zettl’s widow,...

How Much Collection Is Needed for Second Level?

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Second Level, an important step up, calls for collection for the first time. We explain the requirements of the level. By Marilyn Heath Reprinted from the...

The New Pyramid of Training

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The time-tested “training scale” has some wording changes. Here’s what’s new in the 2019 update. By Marilyn Heath Reprinted from the December 2018/January 2019 USDF Connection...

Let the Training Scale Be Your Guide

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Dressage should be an art without pressure or force Reprinted from the June 2015 issue of USDF Connection By Walter ZettlPhotographs courtesy of Walter Zettl Riding dressage...
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