Top 5 Tips from Charlotte Dujardin
The chance to watch Charlotte Dujardin teach and ride in person was a once-in-a-lifetime event that more than 1,000 fans enjoyed during an action-packed weekend last October at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave, ON. The clinic offered a unique opportunity not only to learn from a master, but also to watch a number of talented Canadian riders ranging from national team veterans and former Olympians to an under-25 competitor. The horses presented represented a range of ages and levels up to grand prix. Dujardin finished the weekend by riding Evi Strasser’s Renaissance Tyme – a talented but sometimes challenging gelding – while explaining in detail exactly what she was doing in the saddle and why. As a clinician Dujardin is engaging and funny, but demanding and tough. There were a number of recurring themes in her instructions that applied to each horse and rider team – and to most…
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