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Dressage tests and lessons to download

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Eve · 19/01/2012 21:07

Seeking inspiration for schooling sessions when I have no teaher.

Anyone done this? Any recommendations?

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Booboostoo · 20/01/2012 21:39

Buy the BD test sheets and practice movements/tests?

There are also loads of books with 100s of flatwork exercises.

SaggyOldClothCatPuss · 20/01/2012 22:36

Do you have a friend who could join you, give advice and make things more interesting?

Booboostoo · 21/01/2012 10:02

What kinds of things do you want to work on? What level are you working at? What are yours/your horse's strengths and weaknesses? Maybe we can suggest some exercises?

Butkin · 21/01/2012 13:21

One word of caution - I saw a local tack shop selling DVDs of dressage tests to help you learn. Good idea but when I checked closely the tests themselves were out of date rendering them useless.

I'd certainly agree with buying BD tests and any booklets they have.

dappleton · 23/01/2012 12:58

I've always wanted to try Interdressage but have no technical capability (to make a video that is, even though technical ability to actually ride a dressage test is also lacking most days! Grin)
I think there are quite a few online dressage competition sites these days, usually a listed judge that sends the score sheet.

BlueChampagne · 23/01/2012 13:08

I've used Might be worth finding an instructor for once a month to get most out of your schooling, or a local riding club that does sessions?

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