Dressage in Lightness

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ISBN-13 : 9781635616965

Page : 290 pages

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When it comes to riding, it is easy to forget the horse's point of view. To create a relationship of understanding between horse and rider, we need to understand what the horse feels when we ask communicate in a particular manner. This innovative guide shows you how to improve your riding with better communication.

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