Out and About Dressage
in the South

The online magazine for dressage riders and enthusiasts

Out and About Dressage
in the South

The online magazine for dressage riders and enthusiasts

Out and About Dressage
in the South 

The online magazine for dressage riders and enthusiasts

Dressage show reports

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Affiliated dressage results from Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire

Dressage results: Parwood, Surrey, 19 December 2020

Image: A big thank you to all show organisers and volunteers everywhere, especially in doing all the extra work involved in running shows through this difficult season. Above, running the show at Parwood: Veronica (Rudolf) Morris and Lottie (Tree Fairy) Wickington who kept the judges fuelled with hot drinks, collected the sheets and added the scores — with Lucy Christmas, below, in firm control of distanced warm-up.

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DRESSAGE UPDATE

TRAINERS & TRAINING

Feel the magic when you ride

If you have ever hugged a horse and received comfort you have felt the spiritual connection that can exist between human and equine. We need to be receptive to tune into the horse's mind and body when we ride. Mary-Anne Horn, a List 1 able-bodied judge and an FEI para judge, believes we can forget the magic ingredient of 'feel' as we strive for achievement.

DRESSAGE TEST ANALYSES — test riding tips series

HEALTH & FITNESS

The roles of coach and physio in improving rider symmetry

Human physiotherapist Andy Thomas, who has worked with both British and American equestrian team riders, gave a lecture to a group of coaches at Weymarsh Stud late last year. This is a summary taken from that lecture and will be of as much interest to riders as it is to rider coaches

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