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here you my helpful links page here
http://www.chronicleforums.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=178116
a helpful link page to help you trian your horse etc

be sure to click on links and all side bars of links as further information can be obtained

1st page link one had red links at bottom of pages
all to do with dressage
link 2 1st page is to do with hands and bit advassion

link 3 1st page is is types of bridles bits and nosebands and how they work with working diagrams
of where they should lay in ahorses mouth etc

link 4 1st page is diagrams of lateral work
as in schoulders in etc

all links amd infomation is relevant to riding your horse by giving him correct aids and direct signals

One obvious one is the sticky that is at the top of this forum:) (http://chronicleforums.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=117083). I would recommend putting it here and as the separate sticky so that people are more apt to find it. IIRC, some of the links that I provided in that thread no longer work.

Also links to the various organizations: USEF, FEI, USDF, large GMOs.

How to braid.

Dressage Arena and Movement Diagrams

There are some new diagrams on the following pages :

60m Arena
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks36.html#arenadia

40m Arena
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks37.html#40arenadia

60m Arena ( from C for Judges/Scribes)
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks36.html#colorpanelC

The older ( Black & white ) diagrams are still on page :
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks3.html

I hope they are useful

Dressage Horse Conformation:

http://www.jwequine.com/pdf/Conformation-Dressage.pdf

Eileen

My video on bending and flexing the horse…
Also check out my video on the dressage rider’s position and my website which has some fun articles.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP8QPPEFdWk&feature=channel

Effect of the Rein Aids

http://glenshee.blogspot.com/search/label/rein%20aids

mouthing and bitting by thomas 1

http://www.chronicleforums.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=223453

Thanks for sharing. It’s great

A diagram of a dressage arena with letters

60m Arena diagram with letters {url}http:www.dressageforjuniors.com

[QUOTE=dressagedirectory;4089887]There are some new diagrams on the following pages :

60m Arena
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks36.html#arenadia

40m Arena
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks37.html#40arenadia

60m Arena ( from C for Judges/Scribes)
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks36.html#colorpanelC

The older ( Black & white ) diagrams are still on page :
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks3.html

I hope they are useful[/QUOTE]

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Checklists for packing to go to/return from Show

Checklist for packing for a show

http://www.equissentials.com/images/packing.pdf

Checklist for packing to leave a show

http://www.equissentials.com/images/leaving.pdf