What are "basic dressage moves"? Just curious as I don't really know.
I'd still say save up some money and take lessons (even once/month is much much better then nothing at all). If you have jumping/hunting lessons in area I'm pretty positive there should be some dressage trainers too (may be not very much advertised). I'd ask around personally. Of course videos, advices on Internet, etc. are all great, but unfortunately they won't help you if you do something wrong on horse. The pair of knowledgeable eyes on a ground is very important.
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