Academic Art of Riding by Marijke de Jong

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With increased maneuverability, the rider had better chances of surviving the battle. This gait is still sometimes used in bull fighting to outmaneuver the bull. The exercise is also used as a preparation to the capriole. Definition Terre à terre is like the levade, a step between the schools on the ground (like piaffe, passage) and the school jumps (like courbette, capriole). According to the definition of the Duke of Newcastle (1592 – 1676), Terre à terre is a two-boated canter on two tracks.

40 of 47 Academic Art of Riding Marijke de Jong Teaching the exercise to the horse A horse must be extremely muscular and supple to be able to do this exercise. The horse must also have good coordination and have a powerful, supple hindquarter. The exercise can be taught in two ways: 1. By collecting and straightening out the horse in canter. 2. By making a series of levades. The exercise can first be trained in hand and later under the rider. When the horse responds by accident the first time, the exercise should be stopped for that day ad the horse should be rewarded thoroughly.

The following exercises can be used to prepare: 1. Canter from walk When the horse can jump into canter easily from trot, the horse can be taught to jump into canter from walk. com Pag. 30 of 47 Academic Art of Riding Marijke de Jong 2. Transition canter to walk The transition from canter to walk increases the ability to collect. It is therefore important in this exercise to keep the energy going up-hill. 3. Tempo changes in canter It is important for the rider to carry a precise tempo in canter Ride the horse in a circle , collect the horse on the outside hind leg (hindquarter-in style) and make the steps longer by riding the inside hind leg forward under the point of weight.

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