08-19-2012, 09:24 PM
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Stay at your original barn unless there's a problem.
Thing about dressage is that everyone is an expert in the discipline, and knows the correct way...but everyone does it differently. Doesn't make sense, right?
Learn from who you trust. When you have a solid foundation, then you can look around.
I learned from a grand prix rider for two years. I then had the chance to take a dressage lesson from someone not so accomplished. It was a waste of my time and frustrated my horse to no end. Dressage shouldn't be that frustrating and irritating to a horse. I went back to the previous way of riding dressage. It made more sense and my horse understood it.