The Truth About Horses Book
An International Best Seller and pioneer in its field, this is a book that reveals the huge potential offered by the behavioural sciences to maximize effectiveness in training for horses and people. Adoption of these principles dramatically increases the number of horses that are able to learn what we intend to teach them, and become successful performance horses in any discipline.
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Members and Fellow Enthusiasts,
I would like to announce our 3 lucky winners of the May promotion for Back on Track, No Bow Boots. Catherine Zappe, Cecelia Weller and Travis Rees, all new May members will shortly be receiving their pair of boots. Catherine West, an existing member of DressageTrainingOnline.com, will also be receiving hers. Congratulations and thank you for your patronage.
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Don't miss this! Cavalletti exercises can really help your horse, reach, lift and engage from behind...
If these are development areas for your horse than take the time to watch the USDF/Adequans' Performance through Fitness featuring Ingrid Klimke of Germany!
2006 USDF/Adequan Symposium, Performance Through Fitness with Ingrid Klimke-GER
Two-time German Olympian and World Champion event rider Ingrid Klimke, daughter of the late six-time Olympic gold medalist, Dr. Reiner Klimke, will focus on the importance of cavalletti exercises for dressage. "It is variety - dressage, jumping, hacking - that builds up different muscles in the horse," she explains. "Classical training is always multi-faceted, and fitness is the one result."