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Dressage Geometry with Jim Hicks


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 16

If you were going to spend your life savings building a house, JIm Hicks points out that of course you would start with a solid foundation. With this in mind Jim introduces us to some basic Dressage terminology and geometry, illustrating movements with a variety of horses and riders from young to advanced. Jim discusses the qualities of each pair and points out what are desirable and undesireable aspects.

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The Horseman’s Gazette – Issue No.16 – Fall 2013

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