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Meet the L Graduate – Katherine Simard

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Katherine Simard is a dressage instructor and trainer who resides in Littleton, Colorado. Her love of horses began at a very young age. She feels blessed...

Tips from USDF Certified Instructors!

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We asked our USDF Certified Instructors:” What is one piece of advice you would give to your students as they are getting ready to...

Meet the L Graduate – Susann Regalmuto

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Susann started riding in her hometown of Karlsruhe, Germany, under classical Master Egon von Neindorff, she earned her Silver and Bronze certification, Reiterabzeichen and...

Exercise Of The Day #14 – Using the Diamond for Canter...

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By Eliza Sydnor I learned this exercise from Steffen Peters. Riding a diamond from E or B up towards A or C, I collect the...

Exercise Of The Day #13 – Head to Wall Leg Yielding

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By Eliza Sydnor Head to Wall Leg Yield is a very helpful exercise for teaching your horse better coordination in crossing their hind legs. It...

One Tempis – Helpful Hints

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Jennifer Truett My goal in making this video is to provide footage and information that I wished I had easy access to when I first...

Exercise Of The Day #12 – Free Jumping!

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Today we shake it up with a little something different for your dressage horse. Free jumping is a little intimidating if you’ve never done...

Exercise Of The Day # 11- The Volume Dial

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This is another way to think about transitions within the gaits. You should be able to “turn the dial” up or down in each...

Exercise Of The Day #10 – How to Switch the Dressage...

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This exercise is really more of a skill, but I figured we could all use a reminder. If you ride with a dressage whip, you...

The Multiple Intelligence Theory in Teaching and Training Dressage

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By Ali Perkins In the first few weeks of elementary school, students are asked to take a Multiple Intelligence test to find out their learning...
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