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Building a Bridle Horse
What is the difference between a "Dressage Horse" and a "Western Dressage Horse"? That question is asked over and over again and again and has come under a lot of debate lately. The tack and the final expectation are the two major differences. A finished or top level Western Dressage Horse should be ridden with all the same expectations as a "Dressage Horse" with one exception; one-handed bridle. The overall goal in the buiding of a "Western Dressage Horse" is to demonstrate balance and grace while being ridden, and to be willfully guided one-handed in a curbed bit. A Western Dressage Horse should manifest all the softness and suppleness of a horse that looks like a pleasure to ride with all the versatility of a western horse....

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This is the beginning of your future Western Dressage Bridle Horse. Randy Byers has simplified and broken down all the fundamentals of dressage movements so anyone can effectively succeed if they put effort into it. Step #1 is a ground course that helps you break down 8 essentials riding cues that you can teach from the ground first.Step #2 is how you transition those ground cues to riding under saddle.This online program includes: 24 lessons Videos Diagrams Animation The needed cues The needed aids The prerequisites Troubleshooting  Success tips to help you succeed. ...
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