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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 5:44 pm 
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http://www.ridingart.com/balance.htm

I find this a very interesting website, it's all very clear becauso of all the animations and its really worth taking a look at!


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http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/treelesssaddles/

I found this group very helpful when I went from treed to treeless saddles. They are very much on topic, no talk of bitless, training etc. You will also find equipment for sale here.

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Barbara wrote:
http://www.ridingart.com/balance.htm

I find this a very interesting website, it's all very clear becauso of all the animations and its really worth taking a look at!


Did you see how she rides? Her hips are really moving. So often even in dressage the hips are stiff and all the motion is in the shoulder and head. I wish the video was much longer and showed a lot more.

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Brisko ... EXCELLENT site you posted. Thank you. :)

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April wrote:
Did you see how she rides? Her hips are really moving. So often even in dressage the hips are stiff and all the motion is in the shoulder and head. I wish the video was much longer and showed a lot more.


Sorry, I'm somehow missing something... :oops: I'd love to see the video you mentioned, but can't find it anywhere on the site! Could you give me a link? Thanks!

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April wrote:
Did you see how she rides? Her hips are really moving. So often even in dressage the hips are stiff and all the motion is in the shoulder and head. I wish the video was much longer and showed a lot more.


Sorry, I'm somehow missing something... :oops: I'd love to see the video you mentioned, but can't find it anywhere on the site! Could you give me a link? Thanks!


it was on the energy flow section of her website.

http://www.ridingart.com/energy_flow.htm

then click on the video

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Thanks so much!

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I'm not sure this will work but here is an interesting subject: Study corelates food rewards with positive responses during training.
website: thehorse.com

http://www.TheHorse.com/enews/362008.html.

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it didn't work :x . You need article # 11436 in thehorse.com website.

Hope you find it. It's very interesting for those who treat their horses.
Jocelyne


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Hi

I don't know if anyone here heard of it (especially dutch people)
http://www.terra-natura.nl
I just found it, so I don't know so much about it yet.

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http://www.horsesjustwannahavefun.com/

Lots of fun toy ideas!

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Shame on me, I just bought the combo pack. I guess I'll have to work another year (delay my retirement - I'm spending way too much!!!) :lol:
thanks Makana
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Really -- how fun! :) Tell us how you like them!

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I don't know if anyone here heard of it (especially dutch people)
http://www.terra-natura.nl
I just found it, so I don't know so much about it yet.


Oh great!

One of their instructors was a pupil of mine for I think half a year or so, she has a beautiful Friesean mare :)

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I just found this website this evening. The website has dressage lessons laid out, including flying changes and more.

http://www.classicaldressage.net/member ... lessonmenu

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