Banish Boring Circles

By flyingchanges / May 1, 2020

APRIL 2020. Books and articles are forever referencing just how mind-numbing “riding in circles” can be—for rider and horse. It would indeed be foolish to counter the idea that endless, pointless figures…

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How to Achieve Suppleness in Your Horse

By flyingchanges / April 3, 2020

In our March Issue Janice Hussein examines the basic principals of suppleness as it relates to dressage and asks leading experts in the field for tips on gaining suppleness in…

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The Perfect Half-Halt: What Does It Feel Like?

By flyingchanges / April 3, 2020

Leading expert in movement and riding Eckart Meyners is joined by Hannes Müller and Kerstin Niemann in explaining how half of anything can make the whole difference. It is always a risky…

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Partnership vs. DICTATORSHIP

By flyingchanges / February 5, 2013
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It is important to understand the word “partnership” and how it relates to equestrian sport. The dictionary definition of partnership is, “Where two individuals work together for a common cause.” But I like to add in a few words and define it this way: “Where two individuals, each fully understanding their role, work together for a common cause.”

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