|Titre :||The Scales of training workbook for dressage and jumping : Understanding the scales of training and applying them in daily schooling|
|Auteurs :||Claire Lilley, Auteur|
|Type de document :||texte imprimé|
|Editeur :||Londres : Allen, 2010|
|Format :||212 p. / 24.5 x 19|
EquivocAssouplissement ; Dressage Élémentaire ; Echelle De Progression ; Impulsion ; Rassembler ; Rectitude ; Rythme ; Travail À L'Obstacle
The scales apply to the basic schooling of every horse, wheter the rider wishes to concentrate on dressage, jumping or eventing, and provide an essential foundation for the horse's physical and mental development. If the scales are not observed at notice level, then it is unlikely that horse and rider will progress to advanced levels or be able to maintain a consistent level of performance.
The scales work in a chronological sequence and are inter-related ; they all relate to every stage of the horse's straining to some degree. In dressage competitions the scales are used at all levels to check if a horse's way of going is correct, but they are also essential for jumping. A balanced, obedient horse who is supplu and straight will develop a good jumping technique and go much further in his career and be easier and more pleasurable to ride than a horse who is poorly trained.
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