Emily Winfield novoa
Groom at a hunt yard but an aspiring dressage rider.
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To those who attend clinics, what do you do if there is something training-wise you don’t agree with? Do you accept and move on or tell them you wouldn’t like to do it that way?
I say take it in! You may not agree with everything they say but you will hear pieces of knowledge to put away and store for yourself. Always let someone explain their reasoning for things, so if you don’t agree them ask why they would do it that way instead of another way. X
Has anyone done dressage before? Do you have any tips to start ?
Work a lot on your flatwork by practicing transitions (progressive and direct), use a schooling whip whenever you ride, work on getting your horse into a nice outline, work on rhythm & straightness. Introduce lateral work into your sessions and make sure your horse works forward in all three paces