Why Dressage?

Dressage is a mean to improve the horse physically and mentally.

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  1.   Ingrid Spikkeron 07 Apr 2010 at 19:09

    Thank you so much for this. I have avoided dressage even though I have had a huge interest in it for years because the motives and training methods that where available to me did not feel right. So many unhappy, sore and mentally destroyed horses. Your video’s and e book are inspiring. It makes dressage easy to understand. I have chosen to pursue this on my own and have decided to do clinics with only instructors who have the same philosophy. I think even if I have instruction only a few times a year from instructors who understand the horse in this way I will benefit from it and I won’t need to undo what happens from forceful methods. It might take me longer to get there, but if it takes longer to get a better result I am happy to do it that way.

  2.   Marijke de Jongon 09 Apr 2010 at 00:39

    Thanks for your comment and all the best!!

  3.   Stephanieon 24 Jul 2010 at 19:28

    Great work you are doing!

  4.   Kathryn Williamson 19 Aug 2010 at 09:27

    Thank you for the wonderful information and videos.
    I’ve always loved dressage, although I’m still a novice, but I found it difficult to explain to other people how dressage was natural for horses, and how it felt ‘right’.
    Your website and information show beautifully the natural movement of horses at play, and your videos of riding show a total harmony between horse and rider.
    If I can convince the horse that I ride that we are ‘playing’ together, I will be very happy indeed!
    Thank you again. I shall be sending many people to your website.

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