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Surviving the circuit
Eric Lamaze and Eddie Creed
The rein back is found in dressage tests from second level to grand prix.
It was not so long ago that cloning was the topic of occasional futuristic horror movies, an ominous concept that provoked a mixture of fear
In the equestrian world today, there is no greater promoter of the use of cavaletti than Ingrid Klimke. Her passion for the training tool comes honestly.
Although it is no longer a movement in lower-level dressage tests, the turn on the forehand is a wonderful exercise for training the horse a
Having recently retired from his long-time role as Canada's Show Jumping team chef d'equipe Terrance (Torchy) Millar has spent considerable
Whether it's in the saddle, in business, or as a volunteer, Mark has achieved more than most of us could ever dream of accomplishing in a si
Canter pirouettes are first introduced in the tests at fourth level, with what are called working half-pirouettes.
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