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Watch a horse playing in the paddock and you›ll notice he doesn›t just do one type of movement. He can stride expressively with airy dressage movements, turn around abruptly, jump over a tree trunk and then start galloping sideways.
When we educate the horse, it›s our responsibility to take care of the horse›s natural movements and make them stronger, more exact and with increased balance and endurance. We can›t do that through monotonous training or with harsh methods. The training must be varied with different kinds of challenges to build fitness, softness, flexibility, elasticity, buoyancy etc. Besides the physical training, the horse also needs mental stimulation.
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