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Dressage Solutions free pdf Following the highly acclaimed "Kottas on Dressage," this book by one of the foremost exponents of Classical dressage offers advice on the correct way to introduce work on the paces, exercises, and movements, together with in-depth analysis of common problems and the ways to correct them. "Dressage Solutions" takes the reader through many stages of training, from ensuring that the basic paces are correct, through introducing the lateral exercises, developing the canter, rein-back, piaffe, and passage, to a final chapter that explains some of the long-established movements of the High School. This is a journey that will provide much food for thought, and a great deal of invaluable advice, for all riders who have progress and their horse's well-being at heart.

About Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg

Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg was accepted as an Eleve (trainee) in the Spanish Riding School of Vienna in 1960, he rose rapidly under the tutelage of Colonel Alois Podhajsky to become the youngest ever First Chief Rider in the history of the School. He became an Assistant Rider in 1964, a Rider in 1969, Chief Rider in 1981, and in 1983 Riding Master. From 1995 until retiring from the School in 2002, he was First Chief Rider. Arthur Kottas is a rider and trainer of the highest international repute, and has successfully trained many horses and riders up to Olympic standard. Andrew Fitzpatrick has ridden and trained for over 30 years worldwide. He was both a BSJA course builder and joint organizer of horse trials. He became involved with Training the Teachers of Tomorrow Trust (TTT) in 1988, and through the Trust began training with Arthur Kottas. Since then he has worked with Arthur Kottas regularly, including on the text of "Kottas on Dressage." He is a firm believer in the benefits of classical training for both horse and rider. As a freelance trainer, he has worked both in the UK and internationally, including the USA, New Zealand, and Ireland.

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Author : Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg
Publisher : Trafalgar Square
Data Published :
ISBN : 1570766827
EAN : 9781570766824
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 208 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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