The Turn on the Forehand, Half Halt and Leg Yield Dressage Movements
Boulder, Colo., May 1, 2012 – MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, announces the release of a new free guide for equestrians:Dressage Moves: The Turn on the Forehand, Half Halt and Leg Yield Dressage Movements. MyHorse Daily members may download the guide for free at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/dressage-moves-the-turn-on-the-forehand-half-halt-and-leg-yield-dressage-movements.
Dressage is a French term that simply means “training.” Today, competitive dressage at the highest levels is an art that has often been compared to ballet. At its most basic levels, however, dressage teaches rhythm, balance and soft forward movement which provides a foundation for any well-schooled horse and rider in any discipline, from hunter-jumper to reining and more.
In the new free guide Dressage Moves: The Turn on the Forehand, Half Halt and Leg Yield Dressage Movements, you will learn how to correctly perform three elementary dressage movements with everyday riding applications. Detailed in the guide are the turn on the forehand, half halt and leg yield, with easy-to-follow pictures and instructions so you can effectively incorporate these movements into your current training regimen.
This guide is free to MyHorse Daily members and is an invaluable resource for all horse owners and equestrians. Sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership and download Dressage Moves: The Turn on the Forehand, Half Halt and Leg Yield Dressage Movement at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/dressage-moves-the-turn-on-the-forehand-half-halt-and-leg-yield-dressage-movements.
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