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Dressage Dreams is all about the ultimate achievement in the Dressage arena - the rarely obtained perfect score of 10. Meet the riders and their unforgettable equine partners who have achieved the highest scores possible in the most demanding of all the Dressage tests - the Grand Prix. The world's top riders and trainers give their personal views and reveal their secrets on how they and their horse prepare for competition with the aim of obtaining the perfect score. The best Dressage ponies in the world are also included. Over 200 images are used to illustrate the beauty of dressage. There is not a book like this on the market today.
List of Contents, Acknowledgements Foreword by Eric Lette, Introduction by Stephen Clarke, The History of Competitive Dressage, Lightness - Carl Hester & Escapado, Harony - Debbie McDonald & Brentina, Halt and Salute - Kyra Kyrklund & Max, Extended Walk - Edward Gal & Moorlands Totilas, Collected Trot - Isabell Werth & Satchmo, Trot half-pass - Jan Brink & Briar, Extended Trot - Nadine Capellmann & Farbenfroh, Collected Canter - Coby van Baalen & Ferro, Canter Half-pass - Monica Theodorescu & Whisper Canter Pirouette - Laura Bechtolsheimer & Mistral Hojris, Flying Changes - Ulla Salzgeber & Rusty, Extended Canter - Anky van Grunsven & Salinero, Piaffe - Lisa Wilcox & Relevant, Passage - Andreas Helgstrand & Blue Hors Matine, Piaffe Passage Transition - Ashley Holzer & Pop Art, FEI Pony Introduction, Pony Shoulder- in - Sonke Rothernberger & Deinhard B, Pony Extended Canter - Katerina Weychert & Dornik B, Pony Extended Trot - Carlotta Hassenburger & Dulcia, Pony Trot - Sanneke Rothernberger & Konrad, Glossary, Index
Stephen Clarke's career over the past decade, as an FEI Official International Judge, has taken him round the globe to all major dressage competitions including four major dressage competitions including four World Cup Finals, three European Championships, The World Equestrian Games in Aachen, The World Games in Jerez, The Olympic Games in Athens, the Pan American Games, he was head of the judging jury for the European Championships at Windsor, The World Equestrian Games in Kentucky 2010. He is now heavily involved with the training of future of FEI Candidate and International Judges. As a rider during the 1980s and 90s Stephen competed successfully both nationally and internationally on his own horses Ulysses, Becket, Warlock's Wager, Enchante and Eternal Spirit. He was reserve rider for the 1988 Seoul Olympics with Becket.