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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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It is part of a series of events across the UK, organised by British Dressage, which will also feature several special guest speakers.
As defined by the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), dressage is the highest expression of training in which the horse and its rider are expected to perform from memory a series of predetermined movements including pirouettes and trotting in place - piaffe.
Dressage challenges the control, pace, seat, evenness and grace of movement of both the rider and the horse.
Through its Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy initiative, the bank has been supporting ten young exceptional dressage talents every year since 2016.
Jones, 17, was in competition at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire recently for the annual BYRDS A Squad final, going head-to-head with eight other promising young dressage riders who had qualified from the inter-regional competition at Richmond EC in Yorkshire.
Practical Horseman is delighted to partner with Dressage Today for this cross-discipline educational contest," said Sandra Oliynyk, editor of Practical Horseman.
Emma Wood was joint thrid in her dressage walk/trot class, also on Louie.
Four riders from the Kenilworth school took part in the Fine and Country Inter-Schools' Dressage and Show Jumping Competition held at Princethorpe College's estate.
The Grand Prix decides the starting order for Saturday's Freestyle which will decide the fate of the 2015 Dressage final champion.
Like any other rider para dressage athletes rely on bringing up new horses for competition but their partnership might be an extra special one because of their bodily impairments.
Dressage Extensions is based in Moorpark, California.
Dubai: International jumping and dressage looks set to grow following the ratification of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the riders and the International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI).