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Leg yield, shoulder-in, travers, renvers, and half pass

Leg yield, shoulder-in, travers, renvers, and half pass if you ride dressage you MUST know the difference!

So you've gotten to second level dressage, and now your trainer is asking you and your horse to learn "collective movements", namely, shoulder-in, travers, and renvers. Why, you wonder, do we have to...

Shoulder-in, travers, and renvers are collective movements in dressage which re-shape your horse's body, forming a strong topline and haunches, and increased flexibility.

Creative Groundwork for Your Horse with Clinton Anderson

Creative Groundwork for Your Horse - gonna start teaching him to look where he's going! GREAT for SAR training! And Clinton Anderson is amazing!

Mud Fever Mud Fever infographics infectious diseases

Mud fever is a predominant winter/early spring disease of horses. With proper care you can help to prevent mud fever: Infographic

I just returned from a show and thought I would write about what I saw and how some movements in different tests can be improved. I see many people in Training Level, Test 3, do this movement as if it

I just returned from a show and thought I would write about what I saw and how some movements in different tests can be improved. I see many people in Training Level, Test do this movement as if it

Scratches in Horses  Infographic

This is very helpful as my white legged paint has this. Scratches in Horses: Discover the possible causes of scratches and how you can prevent and treat this frustrating dermatitis often found on a horse's pastern in our step-by-step visual guide.

Learning travers is a prelude to teaching half pass, which requires quite a lot of lateral suppleness and cadence. These movements are the only two in dressage where the forehand is on the line of

How to Ride Travers and Half Pass Horse Education and Anatomy. Horses Learn about www.

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The difference between leg yield, shoulder in, and half pass.

This counter-canter exercise will help you to exercise your horse while working the horse’s neck, shoulders, rib cage and hips at the same time. It is also good for teaching a horse balance and collection.

This counter-canter exercise will help you to exercise your horse while working the horse’s neck, shoulders, rib cage and hips at the same time. It is also good for teaching a horse balance and collection. by reva

Learn how to safely take your horse from flabby to fit step-by-step with our visual guide. http://www.racingfuture.com

Infographic: Basic Principles of Conditioning

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