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REAL LIFE DRESSAGE: TRAINING ADVICE FROM NOVICE TO GRAND PRIX par [CARL, HESTER, HESTER, CARL]
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The book is packed full of photographs, illustrating well explained training exercises, with lots of useful tips to help you along your journey. --Local Rider

The consummate reference dressage manual. --Central Horse News

The consummate reference dressage manual. --Central Horse News

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Team GB Olympic dressage team gold medallist Carl Hester shares his training system and philosophy - in pictures and in his own words, 'jargon-free' and 'down to earth'. Follow his training system as he works with different horses at different levels and adapts his training to suit each horse's personality. Discover what Carl thinks about his horses' welfare and management, and why these are so important to him. Learn how he manages to achieve such polished performances, be it in elementary work with a five year old, or in the dizzy heights of Grand Prix - then, do it yourself!

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 10125 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 120 pages
  • Editeur : Kenilworth Press (20 décembre 2004)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00AALB9U4
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Carl Hester is one of Britain's most successful dressage riders and his rise through the ranks is truly inspirational. Born on the remote island of Sark (still a car-free zone), learning to ride was more necessity than luxury for Carl and he cut his teeth on a donkey. Since then he's had more than his fair share of troublesome and quirky mounts and is, therefore, especially well qualified to advise on the training of the less-than-perfect dressage prospect. This book is chock-full of down-to-earth and realistic tips on how to achieve progress through the successive levels of dressage. If you want to compete with your horse at the lower levels, there are explanations and exercises here that will help you achieve that goal but Carl also, with great honesty, addresses the problems and possible solutions related to horses moving on to higher levels, all the way up to Grand Prix. He even gives a very frank assessment of the shortcomings of his own mounts, and it's rather refreshing to discover that these star performers are not dream machines.

The book is lavishly illustrated with beautiful colour photographs demonstrating riding exercises pertaining to all levels, most of which feature Spencer Wilton in the saddle. However, the book is 100% Carl Hester in theory, philosophy and approach. All the more valuable and interesting on the eve of the 2012 Olympics with the very realistic hope for our author to feature in the medals.
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Par caravaggio le 6 septembre 2013
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Ce livre de Carl Hester, dresseur et cavalier exceptionnel qui n'est plus à présenter, est indispensable à tout passionné de dressage sachant lire l'anglais.
Toute la formation du cheval jusqu'au niveau Grand Prix est passée en revue sans rien omettre et de façon parfaitement rrationnelle.
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Loved this book, couldnt put it down! Well written, down to earth and very very informative, if you are interested in dressage, great read, would recommend
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HASH(0x97b70ba0) étoiles sur 5 Timely and Timeless but NOT a riding manual 11 août 2012
Par Dolphin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Carl Hester is one of Britain's most successful dressage riders and his rise through the ranks is truly inspirational. Born on the remote island of Sark (still a car-free zone), learning to ride was more necessity than luxury for Carl and he cut his teeth on a donkey. Since then he's had more than his fair share of troublesome and quirky mounts and is, therefore, especially well qualified to advise on the training of the less-than-perfect dressage prospect. This book is chock-full of down-to-earth and realistic tips on how to achieve progress through the successive levels of dressage. If you want to compete with your horse at the lower levels, there are explanations and exercises here that will help you achieve that goal but Carl also, with great honesty, addresses the problems and possible solutions related to horses moving on to higher levels, all the way up to Grand Prix. He even gives a very frank assessment of the shortcomings of his own mounts, and it's rather refreshing to discover that these star performers are not dream machines.

The book is lavishly illustrated with beautiful colour photographs demonstrating riding exercises pertaining to all levels, most of which feature Spencer Wilton in the saddle. However, the book is 100% Carl Hester in theory, philosophy and approach. All the more valuable and interesting now that the 2012 Olympics have put the spotlight on dressage and the implications of different training methods. Having delighted and inspired a huge number of people with a perfect demonstration of correct and sympathetic training, it is a crying shame that Carl's Freestyle test should have been so unfairly marked when it was obvious that it was thoroughly medal-worthy.
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HASH(0x97b70bf4) étoiles sur 5 Informative, inspirational and insightful this delightful Dressage training manual is a must-read; from Prelim to Grand Prix! 14 janvier 2013
Par Lucinda - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This comprehensive, interesting book will be of help to anyone, regardless of your training level and even for those riders who are beginning to continue their training. From your first competition at Prelim to the elite at Grand Prix, this insightful book by world-renowned top Dressage rider for GB Carl Hester is something I urge you to get. In this book Carl shares his own training methods and shows how they can be adapted to suit individual horses; even if you have a Cob-type you can still improve his `way of going'! All the horses that are featured within this book, perhaps surprisingly, have problems. Carl explains through easy-to-follow instruction and stunning, full-color photographs how he goes about training and perfecting these horses on the flat.

"Difficult horses can become good horses" is Carl's motto, (for example with Escapado, in that one should NEVER give up on a horse nor in achieving those goals that you have set out to strive for. Assisted by co-writer Polly Ellison, he outlines his training regimes and favorite exercises whilst examining the problems along the way that are commonly encountered and which CAN be overcome. For example those significant areas/ focus points like your horse accepting the contact, or impulsion and straightness.

(Quote) "...I have deliberately chosen horses with differing conformations and mental attitudes, in order to illustrate the factors that need to be taken into account when training a horse..."

Applying the basic `scales of training' Carl is able to train any horse, no matter what type or temperament, as by implementing these ground rules one is able to get the BEST out of the horse. Top Dressage horses, such as Utopia or Valegro (ridden by Carl's pupil Charlotte Dujardin at the London 2012 Olympics) are NOT born but MADE - and I think that this is a very important fact to take note of. This book complete with exquisite photographs that take your breath away (and are simply stunning), together with detailed information on all aspects of training both the rider and the horse in Dressage is spectacular; with added emphasis on the `partnership' between the rider and the horse. From youngsters to advanced competition, Warmblood horses this book sets out clearly the specific training principles that enable one to work at their very best.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who competes (either Affiliated with BD or non-affiliated) in Dressage, or who is starting a youngster in this discipline. If you are re-training a horse on the flat or simply want to work up the levels from Novice to Elementary to Advanced then this is a must-read, indispensable book!!
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HASH(0x97b75048) étoiles sur 5 Dressage training and views from a real perspective 3 janvier 2014
Par Horse's Friend - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is not a training how to book, but rather a discussion of what works and doesn't work, and Carl Hester is brave enough to write about his own horses. Very thoughtful and enlightening book.
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HASH(0x97b75030) étoiles sur 5 Own it Love it 22 décembre 2013
Par S. Geisel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Every time I pick this book up, having had it for quite a while now, I find a new nugget that applies directly to the horses in my life. It is a book that can be referred to dozens of times and still something relevant to the moment pops up. There is a clarity of idea and language here that I find missing in so many other dressage training books.
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HASH(0x97b753fc) étoiles sur 5 As expected from a champion! 12 mai 2014
Par Vic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I love the easy, informative writing style. Lots of useful tips and personal experience show through in this writing. I look forward to the next book- which has just been released!
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