4 New Training Videos Available for Viewing Debbie McDonald-USA
Perhaps the most decorated US horse and rider team attending the 2008 Olympic dressage competition is Debbie McDonald and Brentina. 2 time Olympian and numerous medals in other international competitions, such as the World Equestrian Games, World Cup and Pan American Games.
New Video, 3rd/M Level: In this video Debbie works with the rider on straightness, making sure the horse is always listening to the inside leg and obtaining lightness in the contact, without holding the horse up. This is a super video focusing on basics applicable to riders of all levels.
German Bereiter decorated with the bronze stensbeck-medaille. He earned his final professional rank, the Pferdewirtschaftsmeister degree, and was decorated with the silver stensbeck-medaille, in 2001 by the German National Riding Federation. In 2005 - 2008 he made four USDF gold medalists, 2005 - 2008 four USDF silver medalists, 2003 - 2009 six horses qualified for the National FEI Championships in all age groups 4 to 6 year olds.
New Video, I2/S Level: In this video Alex works with the rider on bettering the overall gait, movement and response from the horse. Rider position is focused on as is on getting the horse to really keep the forward in all movements. A great watch for those who have the movements but need to add the polish! Alex is super at explaining how to think and achieve this.
In 2009 Catherine was ranked 7th in the Western European League. Catherine Haddad represented the USA in the 2007 Rolex World Cup in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2006, as a member of the US Team she was named reserve rider for the USEF at the World Equestrian Games. Currently qualified with one horse for 2010 WEG, she is working on qualification number two.
New Video, 4th/S Level: Catherine works with her assistant on a 6 year old. This horse is interesting as you can see it with the site from when it was a 4 yr. old until today. The progress was methodical, systematic and successful. See the difference in the topline, muscle strength, gait improvement, mental soundness maintained for the continued learning. Great pirouette exercises within as this horse has recently begun learning them.
Katrin Bettenworth, Pferdewirtschaftsmeisterin, has achieved more than 150 wins in Klasse S (Advanced) Dressage. As a German Grand Prix trainer and competitor she has taught clinics all over Europe, including Spain, Italy, Denmark and England.
Katrin has trained many horses from the lower levels to the Grand Prix including three horses that competed in the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany, 2006.
New Video, PSG/S Level: This is one of my all time favorite videos for understanding how to better the trot. Here you can see very obviously how they take a normal trot, to a brilliant trot. Easily understandable instructions that you can use tomorrow. They also work a bit on fixing changes that are late behind and again the approach is easy to see and gets positive results!