Our latest lecture/demonstration event at Lost Hollow Farm was an in-depth, practical look at effective use of correct rider position.
In Dressage for No Country, Paul Belasik has written a “page-turner” book that one is reluctant to put down. In a charming and conversationally intimate style, Mr. Belasik discusses many of the important principles inherited by the classical riding tradition. He reminds us that this tradition is...
I have noticed a nagging weakness that shows up in a lot of riders. They have an aversion to studying theory.
Caposalda is a 15.3 hand 2011 registered Half Andalusian (IALHA). "Cappy" is a comfortable, responsive mare with easy lateral work and extensions. Schooling flying changes (see video.) Lovely gaits and potential to go much farther.
In every dressage competition test, at every level, in every country, the horse and rider will start and finish the test with a halt. The beginning of the test may read, “A: Enter working trot. X: Halt, Salute. Proceed collected trot.”
Our second lecture demonstration of the year, Developing a Successful Practice, was a comprehensive overview of principles for both the rider and the horse.
281 Lost Hollow Road Dillsburg, PAThe Pennsylvania Riding Academy is pleased to announce a new lecture and demonstration series for 2019. Paul Belasik will conduct six sessions, once per month April through September.