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Starting One Tempi Changes

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https://youtu.be/utJTYelJC7k Get some tips and exercises for starting and perfecting one tempi changes from Debbie McDonald. Excerpt from the American Training Program DVD for sale through...

Beginning the Piaffe

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https://youtu.be/6P2n_ICQNcY Filmed at the 2004 USDF National Symposium, Scott Hassler demonstrates the early stages of teaching a horse to piaffe from the ground. To see more...

Inside and Outside Reins

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https://youtu.be/asGcjAoJ7QU Conrad Schumacher explains how he starts to teach riders about the connection between inside leg outside aids. Filmed at the 1999 USDF National Symposium....

To Correct or Not to Correct in the Ring

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https://youtu.be/L-3qtfCMCWA Elizabeth McMullen gives a tip to riders afraid to make corrections in the ring. Filmed at the 1997 USDF National Symposium. To see more of...

Evaluating the Trot

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https://youtu.be/x7xmmM90Tw4 Scott Hassler explains the importance of picking the correct trot to evaluate. Filmed at the 2004 USDF National Symposium. To see more of Scott's...

Transitions Within the Gait

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https://youtu.be/Pa2j3aC3-Js Debbie McDonald explains how to ride transitions within the canter to improve connection and collection. Filmed at the 2011 USDF National Symposium. To view...

Expressive Front Legs – A Discussion

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https://youtu.be/Gh40IhQvyLw Jeremy Steinberg and Debbie McDonald discuss how they evaluate an expressive frontleg. Filmed at the 2011 USDF National Symposium. To see more of Jeremy and...

The Stretch Circle

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https://youtu.be/o2v_zAsBqkY Anne Gribbons explains what judges do and do not want to see in the stretch circle. Filmed at the 2011 Adequan®/USDF National Symposium, you can...

Riding the Centerline

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https://youtu.be/KS11RfoSnFo Elizabeth McMullen shares her tips from a judge's point of view on the riding the first and last movement of every dressage test. To...

Correct Aids for the Shoulder-Fore

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https://youtu.be/WQernIWiSRg Debbie McDonald reminds riders that often the inside rein is pulled on in order to get a shoulder-fore, whereas riders should instead use the...
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