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What You Need To Know About Dressage

By on Sep 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  One of the most graceful and difficult sports in the equestrian world, dressage is both unique and rewarding. What is Dressage with Daniel Timson? Meaning “training” in French, dressage is a sport that requires horses and riders to be in perfect harmony. Requiring horses and riders to perform a “test” that consists of a series of movements judged on a scale of one to ten, dressage requires athleticism and precision. With 10 levels, the sport of dressage offers levels that can satisfy the goals of all types of riders, whether one is an amateur, professional, or just starting to out. One of the most beneficial and unique aspects of dressage with Daniel Timson is that it can be considered the foundation for most equestrian disciplines. The movements that horses and riders perform require the horse to be balanced and attentive to even the subtlest aids. Due to this, dressage...

A Few Tips For Your Dressage Test

By on Sep 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  Competing can be a very rewarding experience. There is the excitement of the preparation and arrival at the venue, the competition itself where you get a measure of all your hard work, the feedback for your future schooling sessions and hopefully a rosette or two if it’s been a good outing! It is very addictive and you can easily start to move up the levels and enter teams as you improve. Here are some ideas and tips for you if you are just starting out: Online Dressage with Daniel Timson If you are completely new to dressage, or can’t get to a venue, this is an excellent way to start. All you need is as arena or field that is marked out, a friend with a phone that can video your test. It’s a great way to get the feedback you need from riding a test, so you know what scores you are likely to get when you do go to a venue. Remember of course, you can keep videoing your test...

Introducing Dressage

By on Aug 17, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many people have seen Olympic or Grand Prix level dressage on television. The horses with danieltimson.co.uk seem to do intricate maneuvers as the rider sits almost motionless. But, dressage isn’t just fancy moves with hard to pronounce names! Every time we train our horses to carry us with more ease and respond to subtle aids, we are training them in basic dressage. Dressage is teaching a horse to be supple, balanced and responsive. A kur is a dressage test ridden to music. You are given a set of required elements and create your own test to instrumental music you choose. Some tests can be ridden in pairs or teams. What Is the Goal of Dressage? The goal of dressage training with danieltimson.co.uk is to develop a horse’s flexibility, responsiveness to aids and balance. This makes the horse stronger and more pleasurable to ride. If you compete you will always be competing...

A Few Tips For Your Dressage Test

By on Aug 17, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Competing can be a very rewarding experience. There is the excitement of the preparation and arrival at the venue, the competition itself where you get a measure of all your hard work, the feedback for your future schooling sessions and hopefully a rosette or two if it’s been a good outing! It is very addictive and you can easily start to move up the levels and enter teams as you improve. Here are some ideas and tips for you if you are just starting out: Online Dressage with Daniel Timson If you are completely new to dressage, or can’t get to a venue, this is an excellent way to start. All you need is as arena or field that is marked out, a friend with a phone that can video your test. It’s a great way to get the feedback you need from riding a test, so you know what scores you are likely to get when you do go to a venue. Remember of course, you can keep videoing your test as...

That puppy is my puppy’s friend!

By on Nov 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There are a lot of vets in Ayshire in Scoltand but among these Ayrshire vets, one will stand out. The Ivybank vet for they provide puppy socialization to newly vaccinated puppies. This program allows puppies to interact with each other and also with other people at an early age. It also allows puppies to have other puppies as their friends. Having friends is not only essential for humans but for dogs as well. Through this way, puppies will not experience culture shock when they go out in the real world. It is also through this program that puppies’ confidence is boosted and makes them friendlier to humans and other dogs once they get out of the vet. Puppies are like human, if we do not train them at an early age, a lot of complications may arise in the future. Early ages for humans is very essential. It is during these years that we learn a lot of the things in the real world. One of...