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         Dressage:     more books (108)
  1. 101 Dressage Exercises for Horse & Rider by Jec Aristotle Ballou, 2010-06-24
  2. Kottas on Dressage by Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg, Julie Rowbotham, 2010-08-01
  3. The Elements of Dressage: A Guide to Training the Young Horse by K.A. von Ziegner, 2002-12-01
  4. Dressage School: A Sourcebook of Movements and Tips Demonstrated by Olympian Isabell Werth by Britta Schoffmann, 2009-05-01
  5. Death by Dressage by Carolyn Banks, 2004-09
  6. Dressage in Harmony: From Basic to Grand Prix (The Masters of Horsemanship Series, Bk. 4) by Walter Zettl, 1998-11
  7. Tug of War: Classical Versus Modern Dressage: Why Classical Training Works and How Incorrect Riding Negatively Affects Horses' Health by Gerd Heuschmann, 2007-09-01
  8. The Great European Schools of Classical Dressage: Vienna, Saumur, Jerez, Lisbon by Guillaume Henry, 2010-08-01
  9. Dressage Formula by Erik Herbermann, 2008-05-01
  10. The USDF Guide to Dressage by Jennifer O. Bryant, 2006-04-01
  11. Dressage in Lightness: Speaking the Horse's Language by Sylvia Loch, 2005-03-01
  12. Dressage in the Fourth Dimension by Sherry Ackerman, 2008-11-01
  13. Common Sense Dressage: An Illustrated Guide by Sally O'Connor, Foreword by Robert Dover, 2010-04-15
  14. The Beginning Dressage Book: Expert Advice on How to Train Your Horse in Dressage without Expensive Equipment by Kathryn Denby-Wrightson, Joan Fry, 2004-01-01

1. Dressage - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
dressage (a French term meaning training ) is a path and destination of competitive horse training, with competitions held at all levels from amateur to
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation search An upper-level dressage competitor performing an extended trot Dressage (a French term meaning "training") is a path and destination of competitive horse training , with competitions held at all levels from amateur to the Olympics . Its fundamental purpose is to develop, through standardized progressive training methods, a horse's natural athletic ability and willingness to perform, thereby maximizing its potential as a riding horse . At the peak of a dressage horse's gymnastic development, it can smoothly respond to a skilled rider's minimal aids by performing the requested movement while remaining relaxed and appearing effortless. Dressage is occasionally referred to as "Horse Ballet " (cf. nl:Dressuur ). Although the discipline has ancient roots, dressage was first recognized as an important equestrian pursuit in the West during the Renaissance . The great European riding masters of that period developed a sequential training system that has changed little since then and classical dressage is still considered the basis of trained modern dressage.

2. United States Dressage Federation, Inc.
Promoting and encouraging a high standard of accomplishment in dressage throughout the United States, primarily through educational programs.
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3. DressageDaily: Welcome To The World Of Dressage
The number one spot on the world wide web for dressage news, photos, horses for sale and more ..
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New In HorsesDaily Sales and Training Listings Van Den Brande Dressage Stable in Wellington, Florida Galant du Serein, the fabulous Selle Francais stallion that passed away earlier this year, had a successful international career that included competing in the Dressage World Cup, the World Equestrian Games and the Olympics. But it was with Werner van den Brande that he got his start. Van den Brande clearly has an eye for a winner. The 31-year-old rider and trainer owns and operates Van Den Brande Dressage Stable based at Ida Farm in Wellington, Florida and he’s a recent transplant to the U.S., having settled her permanently a little over a year ago. For many years, van den Brande traveled back and forth between the U.S. and his native Belgium, teaching clinics and selling horses. Those U.S. trips frequently took him to Florida and Van Den Brande quickly discovered that the weather in Florida, particularly in winter, was far better than in Belgium. And that’s why he now calls Florida home."I like the U.S. And, I’ll be honest, I’m not to keen on winter," van den Brande said. Read More....

4. - Dedicated To The Preservation And Promotion Of Classical
Classical dressage .com is a nonprofit education-oriented site dedicated to PRESERVING and PROMOTING the Art of Classical dressage.
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5. Dressage Extensions
Catalog site specializing in tack and riding apparel for the discerning dressage rider.
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6. Dressage Un Ltd, Unlimited Dressage, Classical To Competitive
International coverage of dressage events, along with message boards and chat.
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7. Dressage Today - Training The Horse For Sport And Art
This month in dressage Today magazine includes online extras, a table of contents, books and more.
Thursday, January 24, 2008 From the publisher of EQUUS Dressage Today Practical Horseman and Arabian Horse World
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      Hilda Gurney shares insight on rewards and communicating clearly with your horse. From the editors of Dressage Today magazine.
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      • Hill Work for Upper Level Horses
      • Steffen Peters: Creating a Good Connection with Your Horse
      • Clinic with Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg
      • A Vaccination Program with Dr. Barb Crabbe
      Where Form and Function Meet
      FEI judge Liselotte (Lilo) Fore explains how sport horses are evaluated at breed shows. Showing Sport Horses In-Hand
      Winning handler Bruce Griffin shows how it's done. Swedish WarmbloodsThe Right Mix
      Progressive Training for Your Young Horse

      National young horse coach Scott Hassler gives training plans and show advice for 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds. Diary from Verden
      Jessica Jo Tate describes her experience at the World Young Horse Championships in Germany. The Tale of an OTTB's Three Careers
      How an off-the-track Thoroughbred mare found a new home and won acceptance by the American Hanoverian Society.

8. Potomac Valley Dressage Association
A nonprofit organization devoted to dressage and the love of horses. Based in the Washington DC metro area and surrounding states, it offers clinics,
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Programs Achievement Awards High Score Awards ... Chapter Contacts Providing the Art and Sport of Dressage for more than 35 years PVDA Presents Tea Is for Training in February to Train Volunteers Want to do something more on a cold February day than break ice in buckets and dream of the 2008 show season?  Ever wanted to learn a new show-related job but didn’t know where? The PVDA has an event for you: “Tea Is for Training” in which novice or relatively novice volunteers can learn how to perform those skilled show jobs that make it all possible from the most experienced members that we have, and then enjoy a delicious, traditional afternoon High Tea! The three hour seminar will take place at Stonebrook Farm, courtesy of Linda and Wilbur Speer, February 17, 2008, 1-4 p.m, (Snow date–February 23, 2008, 1-4 p.m.).  Seminar courses include setting up a dressage ring, scoring, scribing, ring steward and bit/equipment checking, serving as a runner, show rules, etiquette and the role of the technical delegate. Sign up for a maximum of three courses and it is absolutely free!  Well, there is one catch—participants will be asked to sign a pledge to work in the roles they’ve trained for at one PVDA schooling or licensed show in 2008—you can sign up on the spot!

9. - European And International Dressage And Breeding News
European and Global dressage News Online. Scores, results, articles, show reports, interviews, auction bulletins on equestrian happenings in Europe.
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22nd January 2008 A few weeks ago, Eurodressage received some emails from international dressage riders complaining about ridiculously high entry fees to compete at CDI shows in Germany. They brought to light that in order to obtain a berth at the show, riders of smaller dressage nations are only allowed to enter it if they pay a fee between 3,000 and 5,000 euro, while riders of the bigger dressage nations either just pay the nominal entry fee, or ride for free. The situation is even worse. The most famous celebrity riders get paid substantial amounts of money to compete at a show as show organizers hope to attract bigger crowds when a celebrity rider is on the participants' list. While the dressage committee of the FEI is on a mission to promote dressage world-wide and stimulate the globality and transparency in the sport, riders from small dressage countries are obstructed in their development by being forced to pay bribe entry fees to compete. Show organization circumvents the official entry fee by resorting to blackmail practices, which undermine FEI regulations. They demand the riders to buy a "VIP table" in exchange for an entry. Eurodressage mailed the organizers of the CDI shows, which are known to resort to "bribes for entry," but they were unavailable for comment (read: they did not reply to our emails). While it is understandable and generally known that running an international dressage show is very expensive, organizations should be more creative in generating money through sponsorship than by blackmailing riders.

10. ::: Sustainable Dressage - - Welcome To My Site About Sustainable Dressage! :::
This website concerns what a lot of people normally call Classical dressage . I prefer to call it Traditional dressage , since classical is such an

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tr.v. To keep in existence; maintain.
To supply with necessities or nourishment; provide for.
To support from below; keep from falling or sinking; prop.
To support the spirits, vitality, or resolution of; encourage.
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To prove or corroborate; confirm.
To keep up competently. [Middle English sustenen , from Old French sustenir , from Latin sub- from below ; see sub- to hold ; see ten- in Indo-European Roots.]
n. The guiding of a horse through a series of complex maneuvers by slight movements of the rider's hands, legs, and weight. [French, preparation, training, dressage, from dresser , to set up, arrange, train, from Old French drecier , to set up, arrange. See dress.]
This website concerns what a lot of people normally call 'Classical Dressage'. I prefer to call it 'Traditional Dressage', since 'classical' is such an over-used word. 'Classical' usually referes to the Greeks and the Romans before the birth of Christ, or possibly to the art of the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries ( It also means 'Standard and authoritative rather than new or experimental' which I guess is closer, but that takes away the possibility of experiments and inventions based on standards. In out scientific times, that would be a shame. Another shame is that many dressage trainers, even, or especially the more dubious ones, claim to be 'Classical' in order to justify themselves and put themselves above criticism. There's no licence for calling oneself a 'Classical Dressage' instructor, and there's no clear specifications to what is classical or not. As Dr Thomas Ritter says on his 'Classical Dressage Discussion Group' forum, the old masters didn't even call it 'classical'. They just called it dressage.

11. Ultimate Dressage :: Index
dressage related bulletin boards.
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Forum to discuss cross training the dressage horse..including trail riding, driving, endurance, eventing and jumping just to name a few.
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The Young or Remedial Horse
Forum to discuss training and handling of the young or remedial horse..from halter breaking, starting under saddle to retraining the spoiled adult horse. Moderators Mark Susol DressurReiter Thu Jan 24, 2008 10:29 am pammy The Tack Trunk A forum to ask questions about saddles, bridles, pads etc. and even rider's tack. No classifieds allowed in this forum please. Moderators Mark Susol DressurReiter Thu Jan 24, 2008 11:00 am

12. Cowboy Dressage At Wolf Creek Ranch
Cowboy dressage featuring Eitan BethHalachmy is a combination of the best of both worlds Traditional western and classical horsemanship.
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13. California Dressage Society
One of the largest dressage organizations in the nation, with general dressage information, society shows, and membership information.
Last Updated Jan 14, 2008 CDS ANNUAL MEETING
Fun ~ Educational ~ Interactive January 25-27, 2008 (more) Starting October 1 Membership renewal available (more) WELCOME NEW CDS BOARD MEMBERS
Congratulations to the newly elected board members of the (more) (more) CALIFORNIA DRESSAGE SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING
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Have Fun!! ~ Celebrate!! FRIDAY, JANUARY 25
11:00 am Meeting of the Board of Directors
6:30 - 7:00 pm Welcome reception, Baskets show up!
7:00 - 9:00pm Annual Meeting, reports to the membership SATURDAY, JANUARY 26
8-8:30 am Continental breakfast, sign-in 8:30 am Regional Meetings 12:00 pm Chapter Chair lunch: 1:00 pm Simplifying Dressage Shows - this session will be educational for managers, secretaries and, especially,those who enter the shows. The Prize List - Budgets - Show procedures and rules - What CDS, USEF, USDF want to receive after the show - and what you should do to make sure your scores are recorded correctly (whether you are

14. Dressage At Devon 2007
A six day dressage Show that hosts international and Olympic level riders in a world class dressage competition, plus a breeding show, and festival.
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September 23 - 28, 2008 Many thanks to all of the sponsors, benefactors, competitors, volunteers and spectators that made the 2007 show a spectacular success! Dressage at Devon - CDI-W/Y/R has been the premier North American equestrian event since 1975. It combines world class dressage competition and the world's largest open breed show with the international Fall Festival shops and special activities for the entire family. The historic and charming Devon Horse Show Grounds, located on US Route 30 just west of I-476 in Devon, Pennsylvania provide the ideal venue for this exciting event. The grounds include covered grandstand seating at the main Dixon Oval, a second performance arena, warm-up areas, extensive stabling and the tree-shaded lanes of the Festival area.

15. British Dressage
The British dressage website is essential, regular viewing for all dressage enthusiasts. Containing the latest news from around the world and vital
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This week you have the chance to vote using our brand-new polling system (see below). We thought it would be interesting to see what dressage enthusiasts thought about the idea which leading British international rider Wayne Channon would like to see introduced. He believes that competitive dressage would be improved if judges were able to give half marks, such as 6.5 for example. Leslie Bliss
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16. Morgan Dressage Association
The Morgan dressage Association is a National Service Organization of the American Morgan Horse Association supporting Morgan Horses and their riders and
Dedicated to promoting and supporting Morgan Horses in Dressage
2008 MDA Benefit Stallion Service Sale announced
Meadowmere Courelation and Dee Loveless - winner of a 2007 MDA Scholarship. The Scholarship program is supported by the Association's annual Stallion Service Sale. The lineup of stallions for the Seventh Annual Morgan Dressage Association Stallion Service Sale is better than ever, with an exceptional group of stallions representing some of the most successful bloodlines in the breed. All stallions are offered at half their pubished stud fee, with the bidding starting January 2, 2008. The sale benefits the MDA Scholarship program, which has provided training scholarships to dozens of riders over the past six years, helping them move forward with their Morgans. Read more about the service sale, incuding viewing the great listing of stallions and bidding directions. 2007 Awards of Excellence deadline approaching Riders and their Morgans from around the United States are eligible for awards in three categories at various levels in the 2007 Morgan Dressage Association Awards of Excellence program. Awards are given for each level; for musical freestyle and in dressage sport horse breeding. The deadline is Nov. 1, 2007. Read more.

17. Home
A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds towards the development of dressage. Details of funds and programs, and calendar of benefit events.
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    Welcome to The Dressage Foundation
    Welcome to The Dressage Foundation website, which has been expanded and updated in November 2007.
    You will find here all of the Grants, Scholarships, Funds and Programs offered by The Dressage Foundation. You can easily scroll through these items, each of which has a brief description of who and how these Funds help. For those in which you are interested, application instructions and information follow each Fund description.
    Please first read the highlight facts about our Foundation.
    Please contact us if you have questions, need more information, or if we can be of service to you in any way.
    Thank you! John F. Boomer, President and CEO. Lynn Boomer, Administrative Director
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    Wells Fargo Center, Suite 732 - 1248 O St., Lincoln NE 68508 Phone: 402.434.8585 Fax: 402.436.3053

18. New England Dressage Association
Includes membership information, show results, and news.
NEDA New England Dressage Association Home NEDA Business NEDA Bulletin Board Membership ... Links A big Thank You to our 2007 Title Sponsor! Demoulas Foundation Welcome to the New England Dressage Association's web site!
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2008 NEDA Stallion Auction

January 22, 2008 - March 1, 2008 at 10:00 PM, EST
Contact: Maryanne Nicpon email: phone: 518-884-0307 2008 Stallions are here! Amorex (Swe) Bayron (Swe) Bridon Belfrey (RID) Camiros (Hol) Carry On (Dan) Concerto Grosso (Hol) Davidor (Han) or Sure Hit (Han)- CHOICE DeLuxe (Old) Donavan (Han) Idocus (KWPN) Leonidas (Trak) Locksley I (Han) Montserrat (Han) Neostan (KWPN) Parabol (West) Rascalino (Han) Redwine (Han) Rhythm and Blues (KWPN) or Coromino (Old)- CHOICE Ridley (Han) Riverman ISF (KWPN) Rosall (Old)

19. Intercollegiate Dressage Association
Welcome to the Intercollegiate dressage Association Website! The 20072008 Online Membership Forms are Ready! Click on Renew Membership or Sign Up for New
Welcome to the Intercollegiate Dressage Association Website! The 2007-2008 Online Membership Forms are Ready! Click on Renew Membership or Sign Up for New Membership Below.
IDA 2006 National Champions Virginia Intermont College
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20. Arizona Dressage Association Home Page
Arizona dressage Association Home Page for a United States dressage Federation, (USDF) Group Member Organization. To promote the advancement of the olympic
Welcome to the ADA
2007 ADA Year End Awards
**New** 2007 Fall Fiesta Photos
L Program Session C - March 1-2, 2008 Instructor: Tracey Lert Held at CARA The ADA is proud to host a USDF L Program designed to give members an opportunity to expand their knowledge and understanding of our sport. Auditors are welcome at this exciting Session with 21 horse/rider combinations!
Volunteers Needed for smooth show operation!
Now is your chance to give back to the organization that continually strives to make your dressage goals a reality. We are in constant need of volunteers for our recognized shows, schooling shows and many other activities. Please plan on setting a few hours aside this year for ADA. Volunteering is fun and educational! Never volunteered before? No problem! We'll provide complete training! Please contact one of our ADA Volunteer Coordinators: Email Joan Gasperak (scribe positions) or call at (623)581 9784, or Email Roland Smedley (all other positions) or call at (623)261-9658.

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