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Horse Times Magazine :: Summer Issue # 54

PUBLISHED SUMMER 2017, ISSUE 54 FEATURES:

THE ROLEX GRAND PRIX AT CHIO AACHEN
GREGORY WATHELET CLAIMS VICTORY

60 SECONDS WITH
IBRAHIM EL BASTAWISY

A HORSEMAN’S BLUEGRASS PARADISE
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY

PRACTICAL TIPS
FEI DOPING CASESFEI DOPING CASES

“THE MOSTEST HOSS THERE EVER WAS..

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FEI SECRETARY GENERAL ELECTED PRESIDENT OF NEW PARALYMPIC ASSOCIATION

EDWINA TOPS-ALEXANDER BACK ON TRACK

USA ON TOP WITH KENT FARRINGTON TOPPING THE WORLD RANKING FOR A FIFTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH

FEI PRESIDENT INGMAR DE VOS ELECTED AS IOC MEMBER

SWEDISH CAPITAL JOINS WORLD’S PREMIER SHOWJ..

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» Control of the horse
Date: Monday, August 24, 2015
-- Check the 5 videos below --
» How to Hold Two Reins
:::This video topic was inspired by an EquestrianCoach.com member who asked, "How to Hold Double Reins" properly. Bernie explains and demonstrates how to hold the snaffle rein and curb rein when using two reins on a pelham. This topic is for any equestrian riding or training horses.

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» How To Use the Indirect Rein Aid Correctly on Your Horse
:::In this video Bernie Traurig demonstrates the effects that can be accomplished with the proper use of the Indirect Rein In Front of the Wither and, at the same time, addresses the pitfalls of improper use of this rein aid. This video is for anyone riding a horse or equestrian training a horse.

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» Controls Of The Horse: Rein and Leg Aids
:::Acclaimed rider, coach, and clinician Bernie Traurig presents a "modern approach" to the rein and leg aids based on the American Hunter/Jumper Forward Riding System, a system endorsed and taught by George Morris and advocated by the USHJA Trainer Certification Program. In this DVD, Bernie demonstrates in a clear and simple language for both horse and rider the individual application and effect of each rein and leg aid, and how they work in harmony.

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» Developing Good Hands
:::In this topic Bernie discusses the vital role good hands play in the communication between rider and horse. Tactful, sensitive hands that are used with feeling can be developed using the exercises Bernie presents here. This video is for any equestrian riding or training horses.

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» Riding Your Horse On The Bit
:::For some equestrians it is the ultimate goal - to get your horse on the bit and experience that suppleness of poll and jaw, the engagement of the hindquarters, the acceptance of the rider’s hands, that fluid link between horse and rider. In this topic Bernie demonstrates all the different levels of contact with the horse’s mouth and different elevations of the horse’s head and neck that can be considered “on the bit.” He takes into consideration the horse’s conformation and willingness to acquiesce to the required pressure as well as the pit falls of trying to manufacture “on the bit” compliance.

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