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TRAIN your EYE for True Piaffes  Piaffe is excellent proof of balance and impulsion and is a sign of accomplished schooling. It results in the: 1. raising of the forehand, with the weight bearing front leg remaining vertical underneath the body 2. poll as the highest point 3. lowering of the haunches with distinct and active engagement of the hindquarters under the body 4. Nose in front of the vertical  Twisted Truths of Modern Dressage Philippe Karl

TRAIN your EYE for True Piaffes Piaffe is excellent proof of balance and impulsion and is a sign of accomplished schooling. It results in the: 1. raising of the forehand, with the weight bearing front leg remaining vertical underneath the body 2. poll as the highest point 3. lowering of the haunches with distinct and active engagement of the hindquarters under the body 4. Nose in front of the vertical Twisted Truths of Modern Dressage Philippe Karl

Marijke de Jong  Straightness Training and the Academic Art of Riding

My name is Marijke de Jong and I am a horse rider, trainer and instructor. I teach the academic art of riding and wrote this FREE eBook about the academic art

Hugin, Knabstrupper-stallion, born 1986: Bent Branderup says:"Hugin is the "Grand-senior" in the stable. He has accompanied me on the way to the Academic Art of Riding. As a youngster he had an accident in which he broke both his haunches and broke the splint bone in his left frontleg. For more than 15 years he has been totally blind. Through him, I learned not to use the horse for the dressage, but the dressage for the horse".

Hugin, the 29 year old Knabstrupper Stallion. The stallion is a talented dressage horse. He went years ago and even survived 3 fractured legs in a breeding accident. That has not stopped him doing dressage!

Bent Branderup, is an eccentric dressage rider from Denmark. I believe this horse is a knabstrupper.

Bent Branderup, is an eccentric dressage rider from Denmark. I believe this horse is a knabstrupper. An eccentric dressage rider?