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    03-23-2010, 09:02 PM
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Classical vs. "quick-fix" dressage

I wanted to bring to the attention of HFs members a new not-for-profit website on classical dressage, DressageRevolution.com, that will likely be of interest to many riders here. This website exposes the specific problems with the modern front-to-back and adversarial method of riding and elucidates how and why we can return to classical ideals. It uses candid photos and videos of real riders to show you exactly the differences between correct and incorrect dressage training.

Dressage Revolution is not affiliated with any particular training program; rather, we are simply trying to help riders relearn the joy of systematically developing their horses into willing, light, athletic partners.

If youre interested in helping us change dressage for the better, I invite you to visit us at:

http://www.dressagerevolution.com
     

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