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Straightness training consists of a logical system of gymnastic exercises for the horse in which he learns to stretch, to contract and to relax its muscles and this makes the horse fit, supple, strong and muscular so he can carry the rider more easily.

How to Optimize Your Dressage Horse's Soundness from the Saddle.

Sandy Rabinowitz, Courtesy, When Two Spines Align: Dressage Dynamics by Beth Baumert

Parallel Digonals, or the unity of the diagonal pairs in trot, is a fundamental characteristic of the horse's natural movement, and is therefore a key marker of the purity of the gaits

HHT& dressage diagrams give unique visual clarity to many important aspects of riding and training horses.

Biomechanics and Dressage: Insight into How Horses Use Their Senses...and learn balance

Biomechanics and Dressage: Insight into How Horses Use Their Senses.and learn balance

Anne Kenan's Easy Steps to Improve Your Horse's Topline | Practical Horseman Magazine

Anne Kenan offers visual aids and exercises to help your horse build more muscle and a better topline through a lighter connection and proper balance.

The concept of collection and elevation in front The lines behind the horse show the progressive flexion and engaging of the hindquarters. Wilhelm Museler from Reit Lehre 1928.

From Eclectic Horseman, an image with the angles in collection, not the JC Racinet one I'm after, but close

Collection in riding - what it means. This image belongs in tack rooms everywhere.

This image belongs in tack rooms everywhere. Horse Education and Anatomy. Horses Learn about www.

Determining which leg is lame – Dechra Veterinary Products

Determining which leg is lame – Dechra Veterinary Products already know but good tool for showing client

Riding at it's finest. Nuno Oliveira, extended trot on Farsista as featured in 'Reflections On Equestrian Art' by Nuno Oliveira.  Photo Courtesy of www.yeguadalaperla.es

Riding at it's finest. Nuno Oliveira, extended trot on Farsista as featured in 'Reflections On Equestrian Art' by Nuno Oliveira. Photo Courtesy of www.es I need to read this book!

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