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Progressive Levels of Dressage - First Level
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and rider, Beth Shafer, take a 10 year old Lusitano stallion through some of the basic movements required in First Level Tests.

Running Time:  13 minutes and 51 seconds

Progressive Levels of Dressage - Fourth Level
Axel Steiner

This video is part of a video series by Axel Steiner (FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician) that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels.

Fourth level is the last National dressage level and prepares the horse and rider for the International levels. There are a lot of new requirements in this level including a collected walk, very collected canter, walk pirouettes and multiple flying changes on the diagonal. In this video, Axel and rider, Skyler Evans, take her 9-year old Westphalian gelding through some of the basic movements required in Fourth Level Tests.

Running Time: 15 minutes and 41 seconds

Progressive Levels of Dressage - Second Level
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and rider, Laura Converse, take her 7 year old Swedish mare through some of the basic movements required in Second Level Tests.

Running Time: 20 minutes and 45 seconds

Progressive Levels of Dressage - Third Level
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and rider, Donna Richardson, take her 10 year old Lusitano gelding through some of the basic movements required in Third Level Tests.

Running Time:  12 minutes and 9 seconds

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Progressive Levels Of Dressage: International Levels
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and riders, Sandra Hansen & Donna Richardson, demonstrate on their horses the advanced movements required in the International Levels; Prix St. George through Grand Prix.

Running Time: 18 minutes and 20 seconds

Progressive Levels Of Dressage: Introductory Level
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and rider, Sandra Hansen, take her 3 year old Friesian/Knabstrupper gelding through some of the basic movements required in an Introductory Level test.

Running Time: 10 minutes and 28 seconds

Progressive Levels Of Dressage: Series Prologue
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. This video is Axel's introduction to the series.

Running Time: 5 minutes and 25 seconds

Progressive Levels Of Dressage: Training Level
Axel Steiner

A video series by Axel Steiner, FEI 5* Dressage Judge and clinician, that examines the history of dressage and the different requirements for each level of competitive dressage from the National to International levels. In this video, Axel and rider, Stephanie Field, take her 4 year old German Riding Pony gelding through some of the basic movements required in a Training Level test.

Running Time: 9 minutes and 27 seconds

Second Level Dressage
Debbie McDonald

The movements in Second Level are designed to show that the horse accepts more weight on the hindquarters, moves with an uphill carriage and remains steadily on the bit. In this topic, Debbie McDonald and her student, 2012 London Olympian Adrienne Lyle, take a special young horse (Brentina’s half-sister) through exercises appropriate for a horse at this level and practice riding parts of a Second Level Test.

Running Time: 19 minutes and 7 seconds

Suppleness - Unlocking the Gaits
Verena Mahin

A supple horse who is relaxed and whose physical and mental state indicate he enjoys his work is, of course, ideal in any discipline and especially dressage. A tense, stiff or rigid horse is unable to use his body effectively and can’t properly demonstrate rhythm, relaxation, connection, impulsion, straightness or collection. Join Verena Mahin as she shares her favorite exercises to attain a greater degree of suppleness that subsequently allows the horse to move with bigger, more expressive gaits.

Running Time: 32 minutes and 44 seconds