Goal Setting and Success

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What are your riding goals for 2017? Come join the discussion in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtisticDressage/

What are your riding goals for 2017? Come join the discussion in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtisticDressage/


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"The more tools you have in your toolbox, the more different exercises and arena patterns you know, the less likely you are to get stuck in your training." - Thomas Ritter www.artisticdressage.com

"The more tools you have in your toolbox, the more different exercises and arena patterns you know, the less likely you are to get stuck in your training." - Thomas Ritter www.artisticdressage.com

"Ride the lateral movements not only on the traditional lines, but also on unusual lines like the center line, quarter lines, diagonals, curved lines, and any other line you see. This sharpens the horse's attentiveness to the aids and the rider's awareness for the horse's body alignment." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"Ride the lateral movements not only on the traditional lines, but also on unusual lines like the center line, quarter lines, diagonals, curved lines, and any other line you see. This sharpens the horse's attentiveness to the aids and the rider's awareness for the horse's body alignment." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"The more exercise patterns you know, the larger your exercise library, the more flexible and creative your training will become, the more your training will progress, and the happier and more fulfilled you and your horse will be in the work." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"The more exercise patterns you know, the larger your exercise library, the more flexible and creative your training will become, the more your training will progress, and the happier and more fulfilled you and your horse will be in the work." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

“Every interaction with the horse, every aid we apply, every exercise or movement we ride is a learning experience and makes the horse either better or worse.”  - Thomas Ritter  www.artisticdressage.com

“Every interaction with the horse, every aid we apply, every exercise or movement we ride is a learning experience and makes the horse either better or worse.” - Thomas Ritter www.artisticdressage.com

"As a rider you have many creative options to help you make progress again when you feel like you, or your horse, are in a rut. One of the greatest sources of endless inspiration are the multitude of variations of exercises and patterns you can ride. "- Thomas Ritter

"As a rider you have many creative options to help you make progress again when you feel like you, or your horse, are in a rut. One of the greatest sources of endless inspiration are the multitude of variations of exercises and patterns you can ride. "- Thomas Ritter

"You can select a gymnastic training pattern that involves circles, rectangles, squares, triangles, ovals, or serpentines, or a combination of several figures, and ride it slowly at the walk first to show the horse the new task." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"You can select a gymnastic training pattern that involves circles, rectangles, squares, triangles, ovals, or serpentines, or a combination of several figures, and ride it slowly at the walk first to show the horse the new task." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"Ride the lateral movements not only on the traditional lines, but also on unusual lines like the center line, quarter lines, diagonals, curved lines, and any other line you see. This sharpens the horse's attentiveness to the aids and the rider's awareness for the horse's body alignment." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"Ride the lateral movements not only on the traditional lines, but also on unusual lines like the center line, quarter lines, diagonals, curved lines, and any other line you see. This sharpens the horse's attentiveness to the aids and the rider's awareness for the horse's body alignment." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"The development of suppleness in the horse is achieved through a strategy of exercises which improve the horse's balance while simultaneously removing stiffness and resistance in the horse." - Shana Ritter artisticdressage.com

"The development of suppleness in the horse is achieved through a strategy of exercises which improve the horse's balance while simultaneously removing stiffness and resistance in the horse." - Shana Ritter artisticdressage.com

"Riding exercises and patterns also has a suppling effect on the rider's body." - Shana Ritter artisticdressage.com

"Riding exercises and patterns also has a suppling effect on the rider's body." - Shana Ritter artisticdressage.com

"If you ambush your horse, you are likely to upset his balance and make him tense and nervous. Horses dislike surprises as much as humans." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

"If you ambush your horse, you are likely to upset his balance and make him tense and nervous. Horses dislike surprises as much as humans." - Thomas Ritter artisticdressage.com

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