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101 Western Dressage Exercises for Horse &…
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101 Western Dressage Exercises for Horse & Rider

by Jec Aristotle Ballou

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A very handy resource! Aside from the terms jog and lope, I far from feel this is a book that will benefit those only interested in Western riding! In fact, can I say that everyone who wants to improve their riding and communication with their horse should read this book?

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Western horsemanship blends with classical dressage training in this relatively new discipline that offers a unique approach for both horse and rider. This systematic guide presents a series of Western Dressage exercises designed to improve suppleness, balance in movement, and responsiveness. Each exercise has a specific goal in mind, and they are organized by different areas of focus: softness, looseness, rider development, engagement, adjustability, and ground work. With illustrated step-by-step instructions and full arena diagrams, you'll quickly be on your way to mastering this exciting discipline.… (more)

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