Philippe Karl & High Noon Part 3 Price: £29.99 A French riding master and his Hanoverian gelding High Noon.
Enjoy a cross-section of the complete programme of the Hanoverian gelding High Noon in the third part of this film documentary. Seven years after the beginning of his training with the renowned French riding master Philippe Karl, the pair present the key elements of riding in Légèreté, from the loosening on the lunge and under the saddle through lateral movements up to piaffe, passage and tempi changes. Comprehensive horse training should also include jumping.
Approx 44 mins
FEI Pony European Championships 2018 - Bishop Burton College DRESSAGE Was £14.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Fourteen nations were represented in the dressage competitions with 3 sets of medals on offer for the team, individual and freestyle and it was Germany's Moritz Treffinger who would go home with 3 gold medals after outstanding performances on his birlliant mare Top Queen H. Denmark's Alexander Yde Helgstrand pushed Treffinger all the way on his 12 year old chestnut gelding Adriano B to collect 3 silver medals.
The standard of riding by the top ten was sensational and makes for a brilliant and inspiring watch with the top 3 tests in the individual and freestyle being shown in full.
Approx 52 mins.
Theory Lecture 2 - The Role of the Forehand Price: £29.99 Classical or Not Classical? The Role of the Forehand Theory lecture 2 by Philippe Karl.
According to the official doctrine, it's the hindquarters that, as the 'motor' of the horse determine its locomotion - but is this really true? Or is it the forehand that plays the decisive role? And which consequences would follow from such a predominance of the forehand for the training of the horse?
In this filmed theory lecture, the French riding master Philippe Karl is assisted by the biologist Dr Tamina Pinent, to analyse these fundamental questions.
Approx 51 mins
The Classical Riding Club Dressage Convention - Sylvia Loch Price: £22.99 This DVD from the CRC 21st Anniversary Dressage Conventions show-cases the work of 5 international Classical Trainers from France, Germany, Portugal and the UK.
Featuring 10 different horses and riders at different levels, each lesson demonstrates the common bond and ethos shared between the Classical Schools. From Novice level to preparation for the Grand Prix, we also see an inspirational lesson on the work in hand as well as personal interviews with each trainer.
Not only does this DVD serve as a reminder of a fantastic day, it also provides a wonderful guide for further training at home with all ages and type of horse from Friesian to Warmblood, Irish Sports Horse to Lusitano.
Training for Dressage Horses 1 with Ingrid Klimke Price: £29.99 Olympic Champion Ingrid Klimkes film series Basic Training for Riding Horses is a masterpiece conveying brilliant ideas to follow in ones own riding. In this sequel, her horses have matured another year and are ready in their dressage work to progress towards Advanced Class (S).
With Ingrids mentor Paul Stecken, they perfect lateral movements, improve changes in canter and work on series of flying changes.
The work on collection is further supported by work-in-hand expert Wilfried Gehrmann.
Four Steps to Riding Success - Karin Blignault CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK Price: £19.99 A straightforward training system which teaches riders to achieve rhythm, balance, suppleness and the desired round flexor 'on the bit' frame in four easy steps. Four exercises form the building blocks of Grand Prix dressage and are the cornerstones of balanced riding. They teach riders to control the whole horse and improve every movement in dressage and jumping.
This is a simple, logical, sympathetic training system based on using equine biomechanics coupled with the concepts of Classical Equitation. It demonstrates, in live lessons, the method in which to learn, improve and refine your riding technique to train your horse and to teach others to master the skills.
Approx 60 mins
Philippe Karl & High Noon 2 Price: £29.99 Let the philosophy of Légèreté inspire you! Follow the progression of High Noon in the second part of this educational and informative film documentary and watch him as he continues his partnership and training with the renowned French riding master, Philippe Karl. One year after the recording of the first episode, we take a look at a cross-section of the Hanoverians entire training programme from loosening on the lunge and under the saddle up to High School dressage work such as school walk, piaffe, passage and tempi changes.
Enjoy highlights of High Noons first venture into the public limelight, as he takes centre stage at the HansePferd exhibition in Hamburg in April 2014, presenting a dressage freestyle to music together with five School of Legèreté instructors and their horses. Philippe Karl, former écuyer with the famous Cadre Noir in Saumur, France, was inspired by the teachings of the old masters such as La Guérinière, Baucher, Beudant and lHotte. At the core of his philosophy is absolute respect for the horse. He founded the School of Légèreté which teaches a logical and practical way to systematically train horses without the use of force and coercive artificial aids. Approx 65 mins
Classical Long Reining with Saskia Gunzer Price: £29.99 A fascinating and supreme discipline of classical equitation, the art of Long Reining.
This film shows you, step by step, how to from the beginning up to Haute Ecole, from equipment needed to Piaffe, Passage and Spanish Walk.
Saskia Gunzer has been working successfully for many years as a trainer in the disciplines of work in hand, free schooling, circus tricks and work on the long reins. She trains horses from a wide variety of breeds on the long reins up to Haute Ecole and her expertise is highly sought after. Her performances with her Arabian thoroughbred Dimitri enchant her audiences.
Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 Normandy Dressage Was £28.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 All 3 competitions are covered in detail with 50 minutes of each devoted to the Team Competition (Grand Prix) and the Individual titles in the Grand Prix Special and the Kür.
In the Team Competition Germany's all round performance proved too much for the British and Dutch teams, even though British Dressage wonders Valegro and Charlotte Dujardin hauled the team up to second, just ahead of the Dutch, with a test that was the best on every one of the 7 judge's scorecards and she then went on to dominate the Grand Prix Special and the Kür to hold every possible title at the same time in International dressage. Commentators John Kyle and Richard Davison. Narrator Jonathan Booth
Approx 150 mins
FEI World Cup Dressage 2013 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Germany's Helen Langehanenberg lived up to all the promise she has shown over the last few seasons to clinch the 2013 Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage title in style with the fabulous stallion Damon Hill. She was a lady on a mission from the outset, driven on by the huge hunger she felt after having to settle for runner-up spot at last year's Final before missing out on individual bronze at the London 2012 Olympic Games by an agonising 0.03 percentage points. The Final was fiercely fought by some of the most polished, talented and experienced riders the sport of Dressage has ever produced. Included is a short summary of Grand Prix and the top ten Freestyle tests in full with a separate commentary track. An MBPtv production for Equestrian Vision. Approx. 94 mins. The Joy Of Dressage - Vol 1 Price: £29.99 Part 1 - Motivating the Horse - The joy of riding is getting pleasure as a rider out of being around horses and reaching your own personal goals. Imparting the pleasure of that joint endeavour to one's horse is by far the most important goal in Uta Gräf's training and equine husbandry. Be good to the horse. Impart pleasure with work. The training structure. Encouragement in line with ability . Fine riding, minimal aids. The bigger picture - working equitation. An active seat - a subtle influence. Care and feeding . Handling and training. 80 mins. FEI World Cup Dressage 2012 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Adelinde Cornelissen and Jerich Parzival, the defending World Cup Champions from the Netherlands, clinched the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage title for the second consecutive season when winning the freestyle final on home soil at s-Hertogenbosch. Germanys Helen Langehanenberg riding the 12 year old Stallion Damon Hill really pushed the reigning champion all the way setting the target of 85.214 % but Cornelissen was just too good on the night, much to the delight of the home crowd, edging out the new German sensation by a single penalty mark.
The top 12 tests are shown in full with a separate commentary track.
Approx 98 mins duration.