Paul's classical training scale, as featured on our History of Dressage Poster, begins with Trust.
This is a four or five part series that Chris Hector of the Horse Magazine is doing on the poster.
On a single page, Paul Belasik has presented a beautiful, frameable poster that should hang in every dressage stable. It is a synopsis of dressage history from the Renaissance to modernity. The genealogy of five centuries of different national schools is a telescope into the past, and illuminates some of the outstanding contributors to classical dressage around the world.
A sizeable audience, including a good representation from Pony Club, attended our most recent lecture demo, “Dressage for Everyone.”
Registration is now open for our September Lecture/ Demo, "Dressage for Everyone."
Dressage, Lessons / 24.03.2020
Due to recent changes in travel, Paul and Rose will be offering video lessons for riders unable to train with them in person.
Judging from my mailbox, dressage riders seemed perplexed about how competition judges are currently evaluating some horses’ piaffes at the international level. What is high quality and what is faulty? In this article, I will address two major faults in piaffes of popular riders that have appeared in recent performances, and seem to be confusing viewers.