dressage

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an event or competition of the sport of dressage

I'm competing in two dressage shows and a jumping show this weekend.

the schooling of a horse
an equestrian sport in which the horse and rider perform a test of specific movements in an arena, and are judged on the horse's obedience, acceptance of the bridle and of the rider's aids, gaits, impulsion, and the harmony between horse and rider
A French word that means training A discipline of riding that many refer to as ballet on horseback Dressage involves subtle control and compulsory movements The Grand Prix level is the Olympic level and is the highest level of dressage a horse and rider can achieve
A training style Exhibition riding or horsemanship in which the horse is controlled in certain difficult steps and gaits by very slight movements of the rider
A type of competition in which judges award points for the performance of the horse and rider in a series of movements testing the rider's control and the horse's training
maneuvers of a horse in response to body signals by the rider
Dressage is a competition in which horse riders have to make their horse perform controlled movements. a competition in which a horse performs a complicated series of movements in answer to signals from its rider (dresser ). (French; "training") Equestrian sport involving the execution of precision movements by a trained horse in response to barely perceptible signals from its rider. Particularly important are the animal's pace and bearing in performing walks, trots, canters, and more specialized maneuvers. Training is divided into the elementary campagne and the advanced haute école. Dressage competitions have been included in the Olympic Games since 1912. Riders compete as individuals and in teams. employee training occupational training job training training transfer of weight training
an equestrian sport in which the horse and rider perform a test of specific movements in an arena, and are judged on the horses obedience, acceptance of the bridle and of the riders aids, gaits, impulsion, and the harmony between horse and rider
Methodical, progressive and well thought training that will render the horse easy and enjoyable to ride in any circumstance
{i} series of exercises done by a horses
dressage

    Hyphenation

    dres·sage

    Turkish pronunciation

    dresäj

    Pronunciation

    /dreˈsäᴢʜ/ /drɛˈsɑːʒ/

    Etymology

    [ dr&-'säzh, dre- ] (noun.) 1936. From French dressage (“training”)

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