Charlie Hutton: Asking The Small Questions, Giving Your Horse The Best Life & The Benefits Of Riding Bareback
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
2M ago
This months guest is Charlie Hutton, who grew up at Talland School of Equitation, surrounded by horses and dressage. You may recognise him from multiple different TV Shows on Horse & Country TV. Now he is a successful international Grand Prix rider with 8 international wins and 6 national titles. He is also Dressage Mentor for the World Class Podium Potential Pathway where his role is to nurture and develop athletes from Junior riders to U25 Grand Prix. He is also an incredibly successful coach around the world. In this episode, we cover LOTS! From the type of horse he likes, how he uses ..read more
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Sara Jane Lanning: What Judges Want You To Know & What Is The Best Thing To Improve Your Scores
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
3M ago
We're here for season 2! I am so excited that we are joined for our first episode by Sara Jane Lanning! International Dressage Rider, List 1 Judge and coach! Sara tells us exactly what the judge is looking for and answers the big question of whether judges judge different horses differently; where she sees most riders make mistakes in their tests and what we can do as riders to boost our marks and improve our scores. Enjoy! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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#78 What Kind Of Rider Are You?
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by Jessica Gale
10M ago
This week we are doing a little bit of mindset work and looking at how we as riders deal with pressure and stressful situations. We look at the different types of riders, which ones you are and how to deal with these mistakes and problems in tests and training Ultimate Transition Masterclass: Transitions Workshop | DecomplicatingDress (decomplicatingdressage.com) Subscribe to hear new episodes You can find me at • Instagram: www.Instagram.com/decomplicatingdressage  • Facebook: www.Facebook.com/decomplicatingdressage ?Need a boost to your training? The Ultimate Rider ..read more
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#76 Training Your Transitions
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by Jessica Gale
11M ago
We have been talking for the last few weeks all about transitions over on our social media channels so i wanted to collect all the most needed information around transitions and put it into one easy episode! This episode includes everything from the types of transitions, how to ride really good transitions, the benefits of them and what the judges are looking for and need to see in a test for you to get a great score for your transitions. If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too ..read more
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#75 The 4 Areas You're Losing Easy Marks
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
I know we've been doing a lot of test/competition focussed episodes recently but the more we do them, the more questions keep coming in! So this time were taking a look at the 4 most common areas i see riders lose marks. These arent the big ones though that you need to go away and spend months working on. These are little tweaks and changes you can make that will have a big improvement on your scores. If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too! ?‍? Subscribe to hear new episodes every ..read more
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#74 What To Do If You Make A Mistake In Your Test
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
I know that we do always want our tests to go as well as possible but, sometimes things to do go wrong and i think weve all had those tests before that dont go as planned. In todays episode we take a look at what to do when things go wrong and what the best way is to lose as few marks as possible and get yourself back on track ASAP! If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too! ?‍? Subscribe to hear new episodes every Friday. You can find me at • Instagram: www.Instagram.com/decom ..read more
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#73 Troubleshooting: Fixing Leg Yields
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
We havent done a troubleshooting episode in a while so i thought leg yields would be the perfect one to get us back into them again! For those of you that are newer to the podcasts in our troubleshooting episodes we take a look at a movement and all the most common problems all riders face when we ride them. We look at where each problem comes from and what causes it and then how we go about fixing it. If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too! ?‍? Subscribe to hear new episodes every ..read more
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#72 What To Remember When You Ride A Spooky Horse
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
In this episode we are talking about spooky horses. From how to know if its pain, evasion or a lack of confidence; exercises and tools to help you and lots of useful tips to help you get your spooky horse confident in the arena and out hacking.  If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too! ?‍? Subscribe to hear new episodes every Friday. You can find me at • Instagram: www.Instagram.com/decomplicatingdressage  • Facebook: www.Facebook.com/decomplicatingdressage ?N ..read more
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#71 The One Thing You Should Be Doing To Improve Your Scores
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
In this episode we chat about the biggest mistake i see most riders (including myself!) make that leads to the biggest loss of marks in a test. Its something that is so easily fixed and, with a bit of practice becomes second nature and is going to give you so much time more time to prepare and set up your movements in your test as well as helping you keep your horse balanced, supple and engaged.  If you enjoyed this episode then please do share it ! It means the podcast can reach more people and will be able to help them with their training too! ?‍? Subscribe to hear new episodes every ..read more
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#70 How to stop a horse being strong or heavy
De-complicating Dressage
by Jessica Gale
1y ago
In this episode we are looking at strong horses that lean and get heavy. These are hard horses to ride, they hurt your arms, it can feel like they are always not where you want them to be and you dream of the day when your horse feels soft and elastic and easy to ride! In this weeks episode we tell you how you can get this with your horse. We look at the 4 most common reasons why horses get strong: rider position, unbalanced horse, lack of speed control and unsuppleness. We take you through how each one influences the contact as well as how you can fix it if you find you have this problem with ..read more
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