Dressage from Medium to Grand Prix
Recognising and Correcting Problems
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 154 pages|
|Other Information: ||Full colour|
|Published In: ||Germany, 20 November 2006|
How do I perform a perfect renvers? How do I get my pirouette timing right? How do I prepare for a flying change? Any rider competing from Medium to Grand Prix level will have occasion to ask these questions, often without being able to find the answer. This book is dedicated to the answers to those questions and many more and describes clearly and in detail how to carry out these important movements correctly, typical problems and their effective solutions. It also explains the theoretical background to schooling and clarifies the function of dressage exercises in the sense of classical dressage.
Table of Contents
CONTENTS: Inside you will find: From shoulder in to passage: the important steps that take a rider from Medium to Grand Prix. What is required of rider and horse Preparing and devising a training programme What can go wrong Typical mistakes and how to correct them
About the Author
Michael Kunzis atrainer and riding school manager whose pupils have achieved placings up to Grand Prix level at international shows."
"This publisher consistently produces excellent down-to-earth, no-frills advice on how to obtain that correct and lively work we all try to achieve ... If you are thinking of progressing from Elementary to dizzier heights, and do not always have access to your trainer, this is the book for you." "British Dressage"
24.16 x 17.98 x 1.96 centimetres (0.68 kg)|
15+ years |