Dressage

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As an equestrian sport defined by the International Equestrian Federation, dressage is "the highest expression of horse training" where "horse and rider are expected to perform from memory a series of predetermined movements."

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Controversies

Adelinde Cornelissen responds to rumours Parzival suffered a hairline fracture in Rio[lower-alpha 1][1]

FEI Riders

Steffen Peters

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January 15, 2021SEGAmastergirl@KatsumiCosplay Actual horse dancing/dressage is very steppy so I’d imagine some would prioritize quick gaits and l… https://t.co/pi6r6DFH8D
January 15, 2021eqstrin@bigponyenergy @AnMequestrian I can't remember which horse I did it with, but it's one of these lmao and I only go… https://t.co/nle2F2VBAx
January 15, 2021SaraRaeDraper@LucasSky1998 That looks intriguing, wonder if they are dressage legal 🧐🤔
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January 15, 2021HunterProbss@iratebamboo I am! It is a 17.5" Schleese dressage saddle. It has the adjustable (older) Henning tree that is curre… https://t.co/adf4LFnHy1


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Notes

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References

  1. Collins, Alice (August 15, 2016). "Adelinde Cornelissen responds to Parzival hairline fracture rumours". Horse & Hound. Retrieved July 7, 2017. 

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