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dressage

1. the method of training a horse to perform manoeuvres in response to the rider's body signals
2. the manoeuvres performed by a horse trained in this method
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Dressage Today is dedicated to educating and informing readers about how to train their horses for the sport and art of dressage (competitive and non-competitive riding).
Team Hayler have been a big help to Lesley and she is organising a clinic in the area with U25 international dressage rider Bobby Hayler, so that other dressage riders can benefit from her expertise and help raise money for charity in the process.
Sister school, Princethorpe College, also did well, with Year 10 student Will Boyd named Best Boy Dressage Rider and Maddie Doherty, also Year 10, winning the Class 10 competition with a 72.
Mustafa claimed a fourth position in the preliminary dressage and later sixth in the junior one show jumping class.
Judged on both technical and artistic merit, the FEI World Cup Dressage combines art, sport and partnership between horse and rider at the highest level and consistently proves a winning formula with audiences all over the world.
In para dressage, however, the competitor's mobility, strength and coordination are assessed in order to establish their classification profile.
Around 1,300 jumping and 450 dressage events took place in more than 70 countries last year alone, but the memorandum aims to broaden the calendar and ensure a strong future for the two popular equestrian disciplines.
Peter Mellor and Wm |Beethoven celebrate their national success (above) and Holme Valley Riding Club's dressage pairing Sarah Thomas (left), on her horse Kerry Blue, and Nikki Speak, riding George, have booked their places at Bury Farm
Alabbar acquired Webster from London 2012 Olympic dressage team gold medalist Carl Hester, who is also acclaimed as a world-class rider and trainer.
The former stable hand from Enfield was part of the funniest trio in south-east London since the Trotters as they won team dressage gold at Greenwich Park with Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer.
But dressage seems an odd choice for a second career.
Dressage riders Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester, who won team gold at the London Games, will be giving demonstrations and talking about their Team GB triumph in the team dressage competition.