The Netherlands have topped the medal table for the first time at a major international Para-Equestrian championships after the day of the dancing horses at the FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage European Championships in Deauville (FRA) today.
"Classical dressage master and trainer Ralf Schmitzer approaches my horse Thomas with a look of amusement and affection, offering him a cookie for a job well done. We have just spent the last hour working on my balance and position in the saddle, while my horse pranced, danced, rolled his eyes and finally relaxed. . . .
Riding good canter pirouettes takes time and skill to develop. Let’s take a look this month at understanding a little more about all of the factors that go into striving for a higher score in your pirouettes. In our last article we discussed the walk pirouettes (and turns on the haunches) which lays a good foundation for the same work in canter.
The definition in the USEF Rule Book for CANTER PIROUETTES begins the same as the definition for walk pirouettes. “The pirouette (half pirouette) is a circle (half circle) executed on two tracks with a radius equal to the length of the horse, the forehand moving round the haunches. The forefeet and the outside hind foot move round the inside hind foot which forms the pivot and should return to the same spot, or slightly in front of it, each time it leaves the ground. The horse should be slightly bent in the direction in which he is turning and should remain on the bit with light contact with the poll the highest point.” The HALF CANTER PIROUETTE is asked for in the Prix St. Georges test, and FULL CANTER PIROUETTES are asked for beginning with the Intermediate I test and through the Grand Prix.
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