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         Dressage:     more books (108)
  1. Cross-Train Your Horse: Book One: Simple Dressage for Every Horse, Every Sport (Bk. 1) by Jane Savoie, 1998-10-01
  2. To The Nines: A Practical Guide To Horse And Rider Turn Out For Dressage, Eventing, And Hunter Jumper Shows by Jennifer Chong, 2004-05
  3. Anatomy of Dressage by HEINRICH SCHUSDZIARRA; V. Schusdziarra; Reina Abelshauser, 2004-10-15
  4. Pilates for the Dressage Rider by Janice Dulak, 2006-08-21
  5. Dressage for the 21st Century by Paul Belasik, 2002-02
  6. Progressive School Exercises for Dressage and Jumping by Islay Auty, 2001-06-15
  7. Dressage for the New Age (new edition) by Dominique Barbier, Mary daniels, 2006
  8. Advanced Training for the Dressage Horse: Medium to Grand Prix Level by Tricia Gardiner, 1998-04
  9. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dressage by Martin Diggle, 2006-01-01
  10. Dressage from Medium to Grand Prix: Recognising and Correcting Problems (Cadmos Horse Guides) by Michael Kunz, 2006-01-01
  11. How to Ride a Winning Dressage Test: The Judge's Guide to Step-By-Step Improvement by Jonathan R. Burton, 1985-07
  12. Everyday Training:Backyard Dressage by Mary Twelveponies, 1986-02
  13. A Step-by-Step Guide to Entering Your First Dressage Competition by Hilary Walker, 2009-08-11
  14. Falling for Fallacies: Misleading Commonplace Notions of Dressage Riding by Jean-Claude Racinet, 2010-04-01

41. Dressage And 3-Day Eventing -
For those horse-lovers who love the sports of dressage or 3-day eventing.
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dressage riding is complete harmony. dressage is the sport and the art of balance and communication between horse and rider, sought throughout the centuries, and sometimes attained
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Dressage is based on the innate gracefulness of the horse in all of his motions. The successful competitive horse must be full of music. We are to be delighted when viewing the harmony between horse and rider. Yet if the horse does not enjoy his work, the rider will have no joy.
A clean refined head, eyes that dance with enjoyment of motion, eagerness with utter obedience. A back not too long, permitting the hind legs to reach well under the body, to bring the strongest limbs under the center of gravity of horse and rider provides balanced support. The dressage horse needs natural balance, nimble and agile, so that after training he will readily regain, under the rider, his original freedom of movement. He should also have intelligence coupled with attentiveness, and sound organs and limbs because difficult lessons require great physical effort. This is an age old Olympic equestrian sport, but it can also provide great training for any horse you want to be obedient, supple and willing to respond to you. A good riding horse of any breed, is a partner that responds to your body signals while staying in balance and moving with proper energy. Dressage training is the training of the horse's mind and body as a working unit, and every horse of any kind can benefit form this training.

43. DressageIT Forum - Powered By VBulletin
Discussion board on the sport of dressage competitions and events, training, gear, feeding. Relax after the event in Tailgate Talk.
For dressage enthusiasts everywhere
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Forum Last Post Threads Posts Forum Welcome Welcome First time in here? Please read the welcome message. Some basic rules by ann 02.05 pm Dressage forums Competitions and events Tell us about your win, or ask about grounds, stabling, travelling times etc. Anything to do with dressage competitions. Hot Summer Nights 2011 by Naomi 10.22 am Training Share your triumphs and tribulations in the quest for perfection. Ground Work Exercises/Training by Muller Farm 08.28 pm Health issues Lamenesses, injuries, coughs and colds, back problems etc. RIP Northern Meara? by melb 11.27 am Feeding and Nutrition Horse feeds and additives Hemabuild?

44. Dressage At Palm Beach International Equestrian
The number one spot on the world wide web for dressage news, photos, horses for sale and more ..

45. Dressage In The Rockies
Providing information on Colorado dressage competitions both local and regional with dates, ground jury, levels offered, ratings, trophies and awards, and contacts.
Colorado's Premier Dressage Event!
And now, a word from our sponsors!
The Competitions:
  • August 17, 1999 - USDF Region Five Junior / Young Rider Team Championship
The Recognitions
  • AHSA
  • FEI CDI***W
  • RMDS
  • USDF
The Ground Jury
  • Evi Eisenhardt, Germany, FEI O
  • Barnabas Mandi, Hungary, FEI O
  • Elizabeth McMullen, FEI O
  • Axel Steiner, USA, FEI O
  • Linda Zang, USA, FEI O
  • Natalie Lamping, USA, FEI I
  • Marilyn Payne, USA, AHSA S
  • Gary Rockwell, USA, AHSA S
  • Uli Schmitz, USA, AHSA R
  • Heidi Berry, USA, AHSA r
The Team

46. Dressage.TV Dressage Show Videos —
I (Sean Kelley) will be the official show videographer for several North Carolina dressage shows in 2010. Look for me wearing the hat with the logo you see at the top of this site
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Dressage.TV Dressage Show Videos
I (Sean Kelley) will be the official show videographer for several North Carolina dressage shows in 2010. Look for me wearing the hat with the logo you see at the top of this site. 2010 Official Dressage Show Video
Video taping is done only by advance sign-up. Please register and pay for rides as soon as possible to ensure we can accommodate your times. You may sign up for ride videos now. Pay with credit or debit card.
Video Cost:
Videos is $45 per ride. Price include DVD, case, and shipping. Add $5 per ride for upload to YouTube instead of DVD. To sign up with a paper form, check, and send via regular mail, please complete this form
Upcoming Dates
Nov 11-14, 2010 GAIG/USDF Region 1 Championship- Williamston, NC Nov 20, 2010

47. Garland Farms Dressage Vacations, Instruction, Clinics, And Land For Sale, Dahlo
dressage vacations, with instruction by USDF certified instructor Gina Krueger. Also feature the Hanoverian stallion Pik Winland.



Dressage Vacations, Instruction, Breeding, and Hanoverians for Sale
Standing Imported Hanoverian Stallion, "Pik Winland" Welcome to the Garland Farms Dressage Website! We have many pages for you to explore. Garland Farms is located in the rolling foothills of North Georgia. Our peaceful setting has over 60 acres of pasture and 100 acres of wooded trails. We feature a huge indoor riding hall set up with a standard size dressage arena for year-round, all-weather riding and training .We also stand our imported Hanoverian Stallion, "Pik Winland" Be sure to click on the photos in our web site to see them in detail! 672 Old Dahlonega Hwy., Dahlonega, GA 30533 USA
(706) 864-6699 (706) 864-1313 fax
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48. Dressage Webs And Resources For Riders
dressage provides free Web sites, Free dressage Email, Articles, Trainer Tips, News and more.

49. Assouline Dressage || Dedicated To The Training Of Both Horses And Riders In The
Training for horse and rider up to Olympic level. Horses for sale. Riding at competitions on behalf of owners and sponsors. Located in the UK

50. Richard Weis : Dressage Technique
Richard Weis is a leading authority on the influence of the rider on the horse. He specialises in dressage riding Technique.
RICHARD WEIS is a leading authority on the influence of the rider on the horse. His students learn balance and to sit well. They learn to move with the horse in such a way as to direct the horse in all elements of coordination; rhythm, bend, impulsion, collection, in the shapes of lateral exercises and changes etc In short, the focus is on DRESSAGE riding TECHNIQUE. Recently, Richard has presented on this enormous subject in lecture /demonstrations and instructor training clinics for the German, Dutch, Australian and New Zealand Equestrian Federations. He presented at the prestigious '03 Global Dressage Forum in Holland, and was Technical Advisor to the judges at the first National Finals of the ' Sit Competition ' for the Dutch Association of Riding Schools. In clinics around the world he works with a full range of students, from beginner riders of all ages to Olympians (from five countries) and Paralympians. He has conducted train the trainer clinics at places like the DOKR (German Olympic Training Centre) and the German Riding School where professionals are examined. Much needed clinics for judges are just around the corner. Richards articles and articles about his work have been published extensively in many of the leading Equestrian Magazines- Home base is a small experimental training facility called ‘Hidden Farm' in the Macedon Ranges 60ks north/west of Melbourne, Australia.

51. Home Page For Jim DiMilte, Unicorn Dressage
Classical dressage taught by Jim DiMilte. 30 years of experience as a certified teacher in Renton, Washington.
Not just for dressage enthusiasts . . .
Jim DiMilte, USDF certified instructor,
specializing in dressage . . .
Actively participate in the development of your horse through effective flat work . . . complement your training with dressage
  • Develop an effective seat and aids. Communicate effectively with "difficult" horses. Learn the athletic intent of dressage movements as well as their proper execution to help increase your horse's flexibility and strength. Learn horse anatomy, biomechanics and conformation and use this information to specifically target and retrain your horse's weak areas and thereby develop him to his maximum potential. Increased athletic ability of horse and rider equates to increased confidence.
What does it take to be a great trainer and coach?
  • Great education Many years of experience A well developed philosophy of riding Passion for teaching A unique ability to communicate
These elements can all be found in a classically schooled coach and trainer here in the Pacific Northwest.

52. Dressage
2010 USDF Region 1 Youth Team Championships July 2425, 2010 – Morven Park, Leesburg, VA. Team scores can be found in the September 2010 print edition.
More From the 2010 USDF Region 1 Youth Team Championships
Posted by Editor at September 30, 2010 2010 USDF Region 1 Youth Team Championships Team scores can be found in the September 2010 print edition.
Individual Awards
Special Awards
More Photos From the Show
Reddemeade riders prepare for the awards ceremony
Lillian Watkins/EquiShare Chaka Zulu (Champion place Intro team) and Kaleigh Wellhofer/Reddemeade Dixon (Reserve Champion Training 1/2 team) Dressage Shows
2010 Ride For Life Photo Gallery
Posted by Editor at September 27, 2010 photos by Dorothy Anderson, Rita Boehm, Beth Collier, Stephanie Collins and Tracy McKenna RIDE FOR LIFE SHOW
Vanessa Swartz and Orlando
Teresa Butta and Froelich
Jaralyn Finn and Darius
Jessie Steiner and Whitman
Stacy Wisler and Chief Anne Singer and Ionia Cheryl Swing and Mariner Natalia Martin and Wilbur Kathleen Mahaney and Red Sox Fever David Linn and HPB Viscount Starburst Heather Dunkin and Vogue Alliance Evelyn Susol and W. Trebblano DANCING HORSE CHALLENGE Barteau Water-skier Act Vito Silva Longline Performance Sons of the Wind Quadrille Barteau Lion King Performance Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel and Tonico do Top Born in the USA Performance Barteau Patriotic Entrance and Color Guard PRETTY IN PINK PARTY Photographer Rita Boehm and Janet Richardson-Pearson of Chesapeake Dressage Institute David Gyer of Celebration Farm with show manager and Phantom Horse High Pledge Award winner Carolyn Del Grosso From left: Dick Bair, Adult Amateur High Pledge Award winner Jeannette Bair, Tom Palacorolla, Carl Hedleston and Kirsten Albrecht

53. Riding Lessons & Classical Dressage In Medina, Ohio
Offering lessons in classical dressage with a classically trained instructor. Wadsworth, OH.
Riding Lessons


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New Student Special: 5 private (45 min.) lessons for $175 on a school horse or $150 on your own horse! Regular price: $225 on a school horse or $175 on your own. A little bit about us...
At TNT Equestrian Center in Medina, Ohio; we provide riding lessons and horse training with a focus towards Classical Dressage and Vaquero style horsemanship. Our services are designed to support the adult horse owner/rider, whether they are very novice or a long time horse owner. These services include: general (seat) riding lessons, dressage lessons, horse training, combined training/lesson packages, horse boarding (available only to training/lesson clients) and horse sales services. All at our beautiful farm in southern Medina County, Ohio. We specialize in the training methods of Classical Dressage, and Vaquero (Natural) horsemanship, which incorporates horse psychology, herd dynamics, and equine biomechanics. Riding Lessons
Our students use these skills in a variety of areas. Many are mainly pleasure riders who enjoy trail riding on and off the property, improving themselves and their horses as a partnership through the study of Classical Dressage, showing at the local and recognized levels or simply working to improve their own personal goals at home. We are happy to help each student become better horsemen at whatever level they and their horse are at! For more information on what you can learn in our lessons regarding seat improvement, Classical Dressage, and Vaquero Horsemanship, please go to our lesson info page.

54. Dressage | Horses In The South - A Horse Blog
This week’s show takes on a different perspective as we hear from people around the world of what they think about the sale of Totilas. Has a dressage horse ever stirred up
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Allocation of 2011 and 2013 Championships and Appointments to FEI Technical Committees
Monday, November 1st, 2010 Championships Contributors - Press Dressage Driving ... Comments FEI Bureau Meeting, Taipei, 1 November 2010 At its meeting held in Taipei today 1 November, the FEI Bureau approved venues for the following 2011 and 2013 FEI Championships: The 2013 European Dressage and Jumping Championships (EU-CH-D-S) were allocated to Herning (DEN) and will run from 19 to 25 August for Dressage and 20 to 25 August for Jumping; The 2010 World Reining Masters Final, which was allocated to Bökeberg (SWE), will now be called the FEI World Reining Final and will be held in 2011, exact dates to be confirmed. Share and Enjoy: Tags: dressage Driving endurance equestrian disciplines ...
Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage 2010/2011
Saturday, October 30th, 2010 Competitions Contributors - Press Dressage Events ... Comments Isabell Werth and Warum Nicht FRH made it a back-to-back double of wins in the 2010/2011 Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage series. She is pictured with Frederique Martin-Baste, Manager, Commercial, FEI (centre) and Sylvie Robert, Show Director at Lyon (right). Photo: PSV J Morel. WERTH MAKES IT A DOUBLE IN LYON by Louise Parkes Share and Enjoy: Tags: dressage equestrian competitions equestrian disciplines FEI ... Isabell Werth
Friday, October 29th, 2010

55. Welcome To Performance Horses International!
Full-service dressage training facility in Lovettesville, Virginia. Classically trained dressage horses available.
Welcome to Performance Horses International! Performance Horses International is proud to offer the finest selection of imported and US-bred warmbloods that will excel in any discipline. Whatever your discipline, dressage, hunter/jumper, eventing or driving, we can help you. Our horses are carefully chosen for talent and temperament and trained in the classical style. Whether you are a weekend rider who enjoys an occasional clinic or horseshow or have international aspirations, we can help you find your dream horse. © 2010 Performance Horses International

56. Dressage Clinics And Judging: Hanoverian, Oldenburg, & Holsteiner Horses For Sal
dressage Training and Horse Sales, Lessons, Judging in Pinehurst North Carolina Specializing in warmblood imports
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2006-2007 Clinic/Judging Schedule
Note from recent clinic attendee:
Glad to know your home safe and sound! THANKS so much for the wonderful lessons! It helped soo much. Willy was awesome today and his mom wasn't out of breathe or frustrated-he he. He popped right into canter lightly today. We just did the exact things you taught us on Monday over and over again. He was GREAT! I feel like we made a break through-YEAH!!!!! Thanks so very much. Can't wait for your next visit.
-Karen in California
Call to schedule a dressage clinic for your farm or to get more information at 910.295.0075 or email
North Carolina:
New Bern- October 30, 2005 Pinehurst- January 22, 2006 FENCE, Tryon- March 4, 2006 Raleigh- April 22, 2006 Southern Pines- May 7, 2006 CLINIC SCHEDULE-
North Carolina:
August 26, 2006- Fix a Test Dressage Clinic with FEI rider and instructor Vicki Kelley Location: At Wits End 500 Roaring Gap Rd.

57. Angela Ridgway Dressage: Balance In Movement
An FEI level dressage trainer/instructor. Also breeding stallions and horses for sale. Located in Livermore, California.
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Angela Ridgway Dressage:
Balance in Movement
To achieve a functional and elegant seat....
Angela Ridgway
FEI Trainer / Instructor
USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist
USDF Certified Instructor
For the horse:
For the rider:
All levels welcome
Accepting new clients.
Teaching at:
Diamond Hills Equestrian

6033 Dagnino Rd, Livermore, CA 94551 Home Phone: 925-449-2624 Cell Phone: 925-895-2377 email:

58. Cornerstone Event Management

dressage lessons, full training, and clinics in Northern California. Trainer information, services available, and show results.

60. Dressage Today Magazine - Training The Horse For Sport And Art
This month in dressage Today magazine includes online extras, a table of contents, related books and more.
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Video: Dressage Warm Up With Mary Flood
Watch as trainer Mary Flood explains how to apply the elements of the training scale in your regular dressage warm-up. From the editors of Dressage Today magazine. Read more More November Online Extras
A Purposeful Warm Up
In November's issue, trainer Mary Flood walks us through a purposeful warm-up using the USDF Pyramid of Training. What tips do you find helpful in your warm-up routine? more forums

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