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Dressage sport – holistic approach to success Part 3: Hand and ground work for dressage horses

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl

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Duration: 12:27 Minutes

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Once the horse has been familiarised to the effects of the double bridle on the ground, Philippe Karl then continues this from the saddle. He rides using the Fillis hold, enabling the use of the two bits separately.

Duration: 09:16 Minutes

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Warwick McLean

Warwick McLean is a successful dressage rider and horse behavioral expert. With targeted groundwork, he helps horses to relax even in difficult situations using the process of habituation. In this video, he works with horses from the stable of Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Benjamin Werndl.

Duration: 16:33 Minutes

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