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On this Train with Tash Thursday, Natasha continues on from Tuesdays and teaches Georgia how to start the training for pirouettes. A movement that is harder than it looks.
Today they work on the start of a walk pirouette with some helpful exercises.
Learn from Grand Prix rider Natasha Althoff as she has put together one of the clearest explained systems on how to improve your dressage riding level by level.
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Im a western rider but I'm using this to start teaching my horse a spin 😂
i would love a lesson with you
I've never ridden dressage, just western and basic english (schooling shows, small jumps, that stuff), and I was SHOCKED when she said 'I don't use my legs to control the horse's front legs.' WHAT?! I am so confused. I've learned to have my horse move his shoulders and hips with the legs in western, what is happening? haha
Have no coach, and inexperienced now what?
THUMBS ffs, great vid, but THUMBS
I just got a 3rd level dressage horse and have to teach myself how to give him the correct aids so I don't confuse him. And I have to say that this channel is very useful.
For the past few days, I have been literally binge watching all of your videos! 😀 I just love your way of teaching, and your cheery attitude. 🙂 I've been riding for about 8 years now, but I still get some tips out of your videos to help me with my riding. 😀 Keep up the good work!
Can you do a video on collection please?
Horse lover 54
Thanks for all all the good videos
it is basicallly a turn on the forhand (thats what we call it in England)