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Danee Rudy on Indy, Appaloosa/TB. Starting a lengthened trot.

Danee Rudy on Indy, Appaloosa/TB. Starting a lengthened trot.

"It;s time to change our balance!  1st Level Dressage Canters.  Working, lengthening.  Transitions to Trot...."

s time to change our balance! Transitions to Trot.

Trots. Contact/on the aids/on the bit. Training level.  Dressage trai...

How can you do it with a horse that is not sure what it means? Watch what happens as we ask Ani to stay connected for the ti.

How to connect a horse from back to front at the trot.  Rounding up, in front of the aids....and more.

How to connect a horse from back to front at the trot. Rounding up, in front of the aids.

Leg Yield for Relaxed Transitions. America’s top Young Rider shows you how to improve your horse with these exercises.

Credit: Rebecca Neff Leg yielding is a methodical movement that promotes straightness and throughness, which in turn promotes balance. Here Catherine Chamberlain demonstrates the leg yield with her Dutch Warmblood, Chance.

Dressage Trainer Jane Savoie Explains Shoulder-In

The dressage movement, shoulder-in, is the father of the advanced lateral exercises. In this video Jane Savoie explains how you can tell if your horse is ben.

Engaging the Hind End ...these are great exercises that I'll be using next time I ride!

Engaging the Hind End ...these are great exercises that I'll be using next time I ride!

How Do I Get a More Elastic Trot with My Dressage Horse?  By Sandy Hotz FEI 3* dressage judge Sandy Hotz offers advice on how to make a horse's trot more elastic. - See more at: http://dressagetoday.com/article/experts-27572?utm_source=DressageTodayFB&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=Facebook#sthash.xB0yKiDy.dpuf

Before addressing the elasticity, let’s look at possible reasons why you feel the need to slow your horse’s trot. Generally, a hurried trot tempo has many sources. Most commonly these are tension, overactive driving aids or faulty balance. Tension could b

Contact at the trot. What does on the bit really mean?

you really do not understand what contact or "on the bit" really means? Many other riders are also confused with the concept" N.

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