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October 2020

Selecting and Fitting the Cavesson

2022-02-20T20:08:35+00:00

The cavesson is an important tool for longeing and for the work in-hand. It offers clearer communication with the horse while sparing the mouth. However, many struggle with finding the right cavesson and adjusting it to the horse. So, to kick off a video series on the work in-hand, we're starting with a video on [...]

Selecting and Fitting the Cavesson2022-02-20T20:08:35+00:00

September 2020

Training Philosophy

2022-02-20T20:08:21+00:00

What is Classical Dressage? Classical dressage is the centuries-old art of training horses both for the battlefield and for the artistic expression in the royal and imperial courts. This art was developed by observing horses in nature and using their natural movements to develop the horse’s strength and flexibility holistically so [...]

Training Philosophy2022-02-20T20:08:21+00:00

August 2020

Mastering the Basics: the Circle and How to Ride it Without an Arena

2020-09-01T02:02:25+00:00

Circles, circles, circles... Dressage seems to be completely obsessed with the circle. Yet that is the figure that frustrates more riders than perhaps any other. Why is the circle so important? The main thing it does is develop the bend of the horse, stretching the tight side and strengthening the weak side. The inside hind [...]

Mastering the Basics: the Circle and How to Ride it Without an Arena2020-09-01T02:02:25+00:00

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