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Peter Horobin Parbery – A Dressage Revolution

Pre-orders are now available so be one of the first to experience the PH Parbery Saddle Call 03 5975 1055 to book your place in the production schedule now! Peter Horobin Saddlery is committed to developing new ideas and innovations to improve … Continue reading

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Piaffe and Passage at Liberty

Rumba the Wonder Horse performing the Grand Prix Dressage movements Piaffe and Passage at Liberty. (No ropes or reins attatched). Georgia Bruce trained Rumba using a combination of Clicker Training, Natural Horsemanship and Classical Dressage Training Techniques. Georgia has studied … Continue reading

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The Marriage of Lateral Work and Natural Collection

Lateral work consists of the shoulder-in, travers, renvers and half pass. We start with the simple shoulder-in and, when the horse understands this and can do it easily, we progress to travers (quarters-in) and renvers (quarters-out).  When these movements are established, … Continue reading

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Beginning lateral work

When we teach the higher movements, we only ask the horses for a little here and there, for only a short time, and only a few times.  Then we leave the horse alone and go back to the basic things, … Continue reading

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The Importance of Transitions in Training

By Manolo Mendez Copyright © 2002 Manolo Mendez Head Rider from the Royal Spanish School in Jerez (home of the 2002 World Equestrian Games) continues his series of articles on training the horse … from the very first kindergarten days … Continue reading

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New FEI rules make it easier for Biomechanists to know what is correct – by Colleen Kelly

The FEI always had rules to judge rider seat &  position, but now new FEI Rules (www.fei.org) make it even easier! As a Biomechanist I specialise in the horse rider’s seat & posture, but struggled with riders understanding the best … Continue reading

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