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Dressage explained Part 4: Lateral movements - From shoulder-fore to half pass

Dressage explained Part 4: Lateral movements - From shoulder-fore to half pass - NEW

Lateral Movements promote and require collection, improve impulsion and straightness, lead to more freedom of the shoulder and to better self-carriage. Lateral movements ridden correctly and with a light hand encourage your horse to dance.
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Lateral Movements promote and require collection, improve impulsion and straightness, lead to more freedom of the shoulder and to better self-carriage. Lateral movements ridden correctly and with a light hand encourage your horse to dance.

Learn all about the various lateral movements in this DVD:

  • how each lateral movement should look
  • which aids are given-how and when
  • typical problems that may arise
  • why the lateral work can have a positive effect on the quality of the paces
  • how the lateral movements fit into the overall education of your horse
Dr Britta Schöffmann, with a PhD in Sports Science, is also an internationally successful author, having written various Dressage training books for many years. Her own riding education was shaped by Masters such as Fritz Tempelmann, Harry Boldt and Klaus Balkenhol. The former Grand Prix rider receives suggestions and ideas for her practical writing style in her daily interaction with riding pupils of all levels and horses of various breeds.

Training dressage horses and riders is Britta Schöffmann’s passion. As a former grand prix dressage rider, holder of the German Golden Reitabzeichen, and a PhD in Sports Science, she loves teaching pupils and being able to share her knowledge. As well as coaching and training dressage riders and horses, she has also successfully authored many highly regarded dressage and riding books, available worldwide. It is especially important to her that dressage riding is seen as a good basis for every rider and every horse, regardless of their training level or the breed of their horse.

Approx run time 82 mins.