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Elegant Dressage Training part 1

The art of classical dressage training

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The intention of this film is to give riders a different understanding of dressage and to make clear: Dressage is made for the horse and horses are not made for dressage! Anja Beran is a classical dressage trainer. Together with her mentor Manuel Jorge de Oliveira, she shows that only correct dressage work turns a horse into a riding horse. With well-shaped muscles and mentally as well as physically balanced, it matures and develops into a self-confident and satisfied partner for a whole - and hopefully long - horse´s life. Anja Beran explains how horses can benefit from proper dressage training. She starts with a physical evaluation of its weaknesses and asymmetries and continues with specific exercises to improve the physical constitution. Gracefulness, aesthetics, harmony and ease will be the fascinating result of the work.
Special: Flamingo just one example of many...
Anja Beran is working with the Westphalian gelding Flamingo since nearly one year. He has gone through many ups and downs. Flamingo is a perfect example, showing that elegant dressage training is not only limited to Iberian horses. In addition, the Warendorf veterinarian Dr. Gerhard Heuschmann explains the scientifically important aspects of classical training.


Titel: Elegant Dressage Training part 1
Autoren/Herausgeber: Anja Beran
Weitere Mitwirkende: Thomas Vogel, Thomas Vogel
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9783939547617

Produktform: DVD video
Gewicht: 110 g
Sprache: Englisch

Anja Ilona Beran learnt the art of classical equitation in the stable of Manuel Jorge de Oliveira, a pupil of the well-known Nuno Oliveira. Now she is training horses of different breeds, from the age of three up to high school exercises. Classical equitation has been existing for centuries and as per Anjas opinion, it is the origin of all equestrian knowledge - and this, and ONLY this, is the basis of excellence in ALL disciplines. - Newsletter
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