Preparing for Dressage the Right Way : The Correct Training Methods for Success
Preparing for dressage the right wayA" is a practical book in the best sense of the word. Instead of training each step of the exercise separately, internationally renowned trainer Katja von Roenne recommends following a central themeA" when training the horse. Instead of simply being reeled off, all of the lessons have a purpose - To exercise the horse correctly and to nurture it in harmony and trust, up to the very highest level. Maintaining health and teamwork are paramount. Descriptive explanations in each chapter show how to train your horse in a structured way and what the rider can do if problems arise. A training plan with sequences of exercises connects the individual lessons. This book provides concrete instructions on how to correctly ride dressage lessons from Novice to Grand Prix.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 167.64 x 238.76 x 15.24mm | 453.59g
- 08 Feb 2012
- CADMOS Publishing Limited
- Richmond, United Kingdom
- colour illustrations and photographs
About Katja von Rönne
Katja von Roenne is Pferdewirtschaftsmeisterin FN, the highest equestrian qualification in Germany, and has been trained by Helmut Beck-Broichsitter, Paul Stecken and Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg, among others. The internationally successful dressage trainer from the Hamburg area has taught in Austria, Greece, Guatemala, Japan and Taiwan, as well as in Germany.
Table of contents
- Basic work - Rhythm, balance and straightness - Working on straight lines - Relaxation and suppleness on curved lines - Circles, serpentines, voltes - The beginnings of collection - Transitions, counter canter and rein-back - Lateral work - Shoulder-in, renvers, travers and pirouettes at walk - Perfect collection - Pirouettes, flying changes, piaffe and passage