RIDING MY FIRST DRESSAGE TEST WITH NO PRACTICE

13 Okt 2020
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  • So notification squad... if you know you KNOW 🙄😂

    Matt HarnackeMatt HarnackeVor 12 Tage
    • Emporio is looking good, this boy wants to give what you ask for ! Do you quietly talk to him as you ride, give verbal as well as physical cues? I like your new camera, smooth, professional coverage . Thanks Matt, I enjoyed today's video !

      Jody HustonJody HustonVor 5 Tage
    • We know 😌🤣😭

      Darcie TredinnickDarcie TredinnickVor 8 Tage
    • Hi Matt, you could ride longer, this would bring your seat forward a little, so he can carry over his front legs, free his spine up, and he'd be better able to use his hind legs, get more elevation and impulsion. Have a look at some of the top riders and horses, very, very long. Lightens up the horse no end. Engine is in the back, drive shaft has no visible means of support. This is not intended as a criticism, you are a very beautiful rider and Emporio is doing well. Its not a matter of too short, but could you possibly go longer?

      Louise CassidyLouise CassidyVor 11 Tage
    • @WhiteBuffalo Designs agreed . drives me crazy. he has actually explained why he does that with this horse in a much earlier video. I forget what he said exactly.

      Raven's ReflectionsRaven's ReflectionsVor 11 Tage
    • School can wait :D

      Astrid EventingAstrid EventingVor 11 Tage
  • I will say. The Pivo footage isn’t as smooth. Especially when zooming out while following the horse.

    Corinne SeasideCorinne SeasideVor 3 Stunden
  • He just seems like he has a weak hind end still. Like his head and neck is SO heavy and he just seems like he's struggling a little a to move. He's come so far and is super beautiful!

    Emma BowlandEmma BowlandVor Tag
  • Shallow loop for broken line

    Jessica BellaJessica BellaVor Tag
  • 🤣 competed this prelim test a few times and messed up that turn as well at least once. He’s so lovely

    iqreevoiqreevoVor 2 Tage
  • So great!! He's so beautiful 😍😍

    SL HorsesSL HorsesVor 2 Tage
  • Pivo? when will Vodka? Pivo-Vodka-riders!

    ol paol paVor 3 Tage
  • I just watched a movie with Matt and Jesse in it I think it was called whitestar

    Darryl GiffinDarryl GiffinVor 3 Tage
  • Where can one purchase a helmet like yours? Luv it!! #BarrelRacerSwag Worthy

    MsBinskiMsBinskiVor 3 Tage
  • Your young horse did really well with your mixed messages & signals. When he tried to do his extended trot it looked like you were afraid of gaining speed, kept the reins super tight - yet complained that you wish he was faster. Same with his canter, he was willing to give you a collected canter but you held him back to the point that he was almost hopping??? Do you trust him? He's a gorgeous boy & will be a great dressage horse one day. Maybe watch some Warwick Schiller videos ( only from the last 2 years when he worked on himself) - about Trust Building, being a good 'leader' for your horse & ground work before you get on! I think you'll really like his perspective... which is really looking at things from a horse's perspective.

    M DeeM DeeVor 4 Tage
  • Good lesson!

    Y MY MVor 4 Tage
  • hey Matt, you must own the most beautiful horse in the world. He ought to be in movies. What is his DNA test results? what's actually in there to make THIS type of horse? I don't think we have anything quite like this horse, in America!

    catzndolzcatzndolzVor 4 Tage
  • Okay, I know almost everything means something in some language but "pivo" means beer in czech and I felt like you needed to know that... :D

    Andrea ValsováAndrea ValsováVor 4 Tage
  • The Pivo thing is so amazing. I bought one recently. LOVE IT

    Christina PapesChristina PapesVor 5 Tage
  • Love Pivo...I've been using it for months!

    PatE CakePatE CakeVor 5 Tage
  • wait what’s the app you were talking about? i couldn’t hear it

    Kristine DarkriderKristine DarkriderVor 5 Tage
    • @the gay one thankyou

      Kristine DarkriderKristine DarkriderVor 4 Tage
    • Pivo

      the gay onethe gay oneVor 4 Tage
  • Ugh so many backseat riders and unsolicited advice 🤮

    Emily ConklinEmily ConklinVor 5 Tage
  • hands arent usually supposed to be that high. is there a reason u do it?

    Klara eventingKlara eventingVor 6 Tage
  • Beautiful horse.

    GL GardenerGL GardenerVor 6 Tage
  • Who’s gonna tell him that a collected canter is not important in B level it’s okay though

    Berber VlogsBerber VlogsVor 6 Tage
  • In our actual training level dressage tests the serptentine is referred to as "One loop". Broken line term interesting. Training levet test 3 in USDF introduces loops, which demonstrates the progress horse and rider are making in developing correct bending. in the loops, we want to see a correct bend in the corner; then as the horse approaches the quarter line, the rider should straighten the horse and at X start bending in the direction of the loop. The rider should carry that bend to the next quarter line, where she would again straighten the horse and then bend him in the direction of the corner. Done correctly, with balance and impulsion, the loop perfectly situates the horse to flow into the canter, which is the next movement of the test.

    SuzanneSuzanneVor 7 Tage
  • Wow! It is amazing to see your progress with Emporio! I have been seeing the Pivo ad on my phone for months and have been intrigued. Thank You for this promo! I will definitely do more research to see how it works with Google Pixle phones. Still need to see Jesse though!!!

    Page JohnsonPage JohnsonVor 7 Tage
  • I find it too hard to have a reader. I can’t concentrate on the reader if I am doing a test. I need to know the test then all my concentration is used to set up each transition in advance. Nerves can make me forget though!

    Mandy GuthrieMandy GuthrieVor 7 Tage
  • Emporio meets Chase for the first time

    Kulani ShikweniKulani ShikweniVor 7 Tage
  • Cant help but noticing that you're sitting in the wrong part of the saddle, at all times. It would be a lot more settling for the horse if you weren't bouncing off the cantle in a forward position. This is easily fixed. You need to go back to riding without stirrups for a few months, or if you never did when learning to ride out in Australia now is the time to think like a German. Return to that frequently again until your seat both in rising and sitting trot is established, yes without stirrups, even without a saddle. That way you wouldn't rely on them so much. l know you need a rising trot here but your stirrup/leg length is still off for dressage, just too short, also making you rise too high. This is fine for a very young horse freshly under saddle......You have nice long legs, relax and use them. He has to get used to legs on without exploding and you can only do that if you sit in the deepest part of the saddle with your legs independent from your seat. Same time you might like to check that your saddle isn't too small for you. Once thats sorted he will go so much more relaxed and stronger from behind, you cant expect too much power there yet but you seat can improve that enormously. I know this is at home in a quite environment he knows extremely well and he knows he isn't going anywhere, but still his walk has improved hugely and is probably the best it's going to get so dont fiddle too much with it, it will improve in length by itself as he gets more suppleness. Otherwise not bad lol. PS- think its time you took him home he's begining to lose that spark in the eye.

    River PRiver PVor 7 Tage
  • I think you need to invest in a microphone/headset thing so you can hear properly.

    Gem HGem HVor 7 Tage
  • Shallow serpentine

    callista19wcallista19wVor 7 Tage
  • Well done for a first try. You are a beautiful rider!

    tracie boltontracie boltonVor 7 Tage
  • little mix

    Eileen McKeeEileen McKeeVor 8 Tage
  • Practice practice practice practice!

    Dale f DykstraDale f DykstraVor 8 Tage
  • 1. There is always a broken line from your elbow to the bit - puts him behind the bit. 2. When posting you are working too hard and not allowing his movement to move you with no effort on your part. 3. You are always looking down and not at eye level; how can you expect the horse to be in balance if you are not? And you’ll never ride a straight line if you don’t look where you’re going. 4. Can’t tell absolutely from the video but appears you are pushing him into your hand and consequently having to hold with the hand. Your arms, from finger tips to the shoulder blades, belong to the horse. You must feel the horse with your body, not watch him with your eyes. If you allow the movement to come through it is easy to modulate; if you try to “push” him him into the hand he will become heavy. If you are light and in perfect balance, so will he be as well. N.B.: The horse IS the mirror of the rider. Look in a mirror to find the answers...

    Val CurleyVal CurleyVor 8 Tage
    • Thank you! It was nice to read!!!

      Kata CsászárKata CsászárVor 7 Tage
  • don't you have four horses why is the only three in the intro

    Bsellers GamingBsellers GamingVor 8 Tage
  • Wow, really amazing horse, but sorry to say, I guess he has a problem with his left hindleg. You can already see that the hip movement is disturbed and possibly due to this his collection (or already weight loading) is not as good as it should be. I really recommend to have an eye on it or to see an veterinarian that is experienced with hindleg problems and biomechanical aspects of esp. dressage riding as well as chiropractic/osteopathic treatment. All the best, keep fingers crossed!

    Nicole WenzelNicole WenzelVor 8 Tage
  • Keep working!

    OrangeheadjulioOrangeheadjulioVor 8 Tage
  • Beautiful horse

    Jody HenningJody HenningVor 8 Tage
  • We need Sureno in the intro!! (I hope I spelled his name right!!)

    Gail FaulknerGail FaulknerVor 9 Tage
  • A Broken Line in the UK is usually called a shallow loop 😊😊

    Jade13Jade13Vor 9 Tage
  • Stop wirh the influence noobs and get on eith real life achievements and influence that way xx lifes short xxhe has got bigger much bigger but that behind tho he seems stiff unless its the breed but i whould off likes to off seen more fluid and loose movment xxx

    NyrillyNyrillyVor 9 Tage
  • he is so goddamn gorgeous

    ¿Mini Moonie?¿Mini Moonie?Vor 9 Tage
  • Hey Matt! I need help finding high withered saddle brands. There aren't many can you help me

    Melissa WMelissa WVor 9 Tage
  • The half-pass is a lateral movement seen in dressage, in which the horse moves forward and sideways at the same time.

    Deb JordanDeb JordanVor 9 Tage
  • He is looking good .

    D RD RVor 9 Tage
  • Interesting video!

    BegijnhoeveBegijnhoeveVor 9 Tage
  • Use earphones when you are practicing! ceecoach or WHIS.

    julie99nljulie99nlVor 9 Tage
  • oops, take out "towards" in last comment

    CricketCricketVor 9 Tage
  • I'm curious if anyone else thinks Matt's saddle is too small for for him? I have thought this in other videos, and in this video I found myself focusing on it rather than the horse. It's like it doesn't fit his thigh, and puts his seat too far back towards in the saddle...especially obvious in trot? I didn't notice it with Chase, but then it has been awhile since I watched any of their rides together. I've seen lots of tall long legged riders on PRE's. Makes me think of tall people fitting into a small sports car, it works, but the seat (saddle) has to work for them. I don't know, I think just lengthening the stirrup wouldn't change anything. I could be way wrong, but the saddle just looks like it doesn't fit Matt. I rode in quite a few Giacomini saddles, the stirrup bar was set further back than a lot of saddles at that time ( a few years before Matt was even born). It allowed for a longer open thigh no matter what one's leg length was, kept one's seat over your leg, and in the lowest part of the saddle. Again, curious what others think here, including you Matt:) Thanks for sharing Emporio...he is beautiful.

    CricketCricketVor 9 Tage
    • @Inkainu it is costly to need a different saddle for different horses , and then a size that fits the rider as well. I looked at some photos and videos of other respected male riders , they didn't seem to have the chair seat. I re -watched when Jesse rode Emporio a couple months ago, I am assuming in the same saddle Matt uses, and he "lands" in the deeper part of the seat, before the upward curve of the cantle starts. The chair seat makes the "up" of the posting/rising trot so high, and then the landing back down kinda far back on the horse. I also watched Susan E Harris and Peggy Brown's "Visible Horse" and Visible Rider" videos, where the rider has bones painted on a black outfit, and the horse's anatomy is painted on the horse. Pretty cool.. That would be a good video for them to try

      CricketCricketVor 7 Tage
    • Yes, the saddle looks like it doesn't fit him. Imo. Lengthening the stirrups probably wouldn't work either as you pointed out, the stirrup bar is likely too far forward on that saddle. Leaving him in a chair seat, or really having to struggle against getting pushed into a chair seat. I honestly think Matt's seat has been getting worse and worse, and I would not be surprised if the saddle is at fault! It very often is truth be told.

      InkainuInkainuVor 9 Tage
  • I’ve heard people use the term broken line I believe when talking about equitation flat tests.

    Natalie SterrettNatalie SterrettVor 9 Tage
  • Matt Can You Please do tutorials for jumping and canter it has been about 9 months since i rode my horse

    Sanjith SwaminathanSanjith SwaminathanVor 9 Tage
  • You mentioned he was funny on the left rein. If you watch the footage back you'll see that he is paddling with that nearside fore which is a sign of lameness. Have your farrier check that he is balanced correctly first and foremost. I am a trimmer myself and noticed it straight away but wasn't going to comment til you mentioned he felt off on the left rein. Worth checking if you read this!

    SarahSarahVor 9 Tage
    • PREs and Lusitanios often paddle and many have sickle hocks, the legs aren’t the highlight of the breed/s unfortunately

      Punto Of MysteryPunto Of MysteryVor 8 Tage
    • I also noticed that slightly but never noticed it before. Some horses naturally paddle and there is nothing wrong with them. There is a famous US racehorse named Vekoma who paddles and is one of the top horses in the US right now. Seabiscuit paddled his entire life. I think it is just Emporio's way of moving. I don't think he is lame and his paddle is slight. I have read a lot of horses do it because they put so much movement into their stride that the energy takes it outward. Emporio moves so outstandingly every stride I think it is just his impulsion carrying through from back to front which he also makes look effortless at the same time. I guess it wouldn't hurt to ask a vet but I know of so many horses that paddle and do fine in their careers it is just the way God made them. Do agree always make sure their hooves are balanced.

      SuzanneSuzanneVor 9 Tage
  • Hi Matt, There is a You Tube video called "How to Ride a Lazy Horse" and I remember you saying that Chase just didn't want to work. The video is from the Amelia Newcomb Dressage channel. Check it out if you'd like.

    Bonnie BartoBonnie BartoVor 9 Tage
  • app looks incredible amazing!

    Aleck NathanAleck NathanVor 9 Tage
  • PIxem and Pixio is much better as you could have filmed your actual test and ride with either one of those

    Jesmond DeneJesmond DeneVor 9 Tage
  • Shallow Loop is broken line?

    Kelly and the HorsesKelly and the HorsesVor 9 Tage
  • He’s slamming down on his front end, you need to get that big butt engaged.

    Kelly SullivanKelly SullivanVor 9 Tage
  • "broken line" is a single serpentine. In German it's called that as well: einfache Schlangenlinie.

    TheBierschorleTheBierschorleVor 9 Tage
    • ​@TheBierschorle I googled the einfache Schlangenlinie just now and I see what you mean. That is a exactly what Matt did, but that is not an existing exercise in Dutch dressage that I know of. A broken line is not curved like the einfache Schlangenlinie.

      Bibi BoomBibi BoomVor 8 Tage
    • @Bibi Boom half circle is, at least in Germany, something completely different to the shown "broken line". The thing that resembles the broken line is a "einfache Schlangenlinie" witch literally translates to "single serpentine" (one could add "on the long side" but this is normally not done)

      TheBierschorleTheBierschorleVor 8 Tage
    • Actually, that is a normal broken line. In the test it is a broken line 5 meters, which is only half as wide. So you start at M, ride in a straight line towards A, but when you hit the B-E line you make a sharp turn back to F.

      Bibi BoomBibi BoomVor 8 Tage
    • No, it isn't. I think you're confusing it with the half circles. In a broken line you ride straight over the diagonal, making a sharp turn into at X to the next corner, so you end up in the same direction as you started. There aren't any curves in a broken line, only sharp angels.

      Bibi BoomBibi BoomVor 8 Tage
  • The footages with the diveces is nauseating

    LilkiLilkiVor 9 Tage
  • Your broken line is a tear drop in the UK I think. X

    Nickie HerrickNickie HerrickVor 9 Tage
  • im starting dressage soon

    Madaline McCarthyMadaline McCarthyVor 9 Tage
  • Jesse is always so supportive and encouraging. It’s hard to be the one in the tack, we are our own harshest critic, it’s lovely he’s got such a supportive group of people.

    Miranda VargasMiranda VargasVor 10 Tage
  • Am I the only one scrolling through the comments wondering why everyone is being so formal about Emporio? Gosh Emporio keeps on autocorrecting to Emporium on my phone for some reason 😑

    Ritvika NathalaRitvika NathalaVor 10 Tage
  • Omg your stallion is the most beautiful rose grey color

    Isabella PATTINSONIsabella PATTINSONVor 10 Tage
    • Yeah I guess 🤷‍♀️

      Isabella PATTINSONIsabella PATTINSONVor 5 Tage
    • @Isabella PATTINSON I think Matt mentioned something about dapple grey

      that person who you do not knowthat person who you do not knowVor 5 Tage
    • On the thumbnail he looks like a rose grey to me ?

      Isabella PATTINSONIsabella PATTINSONVor 5 Tage
    • I think emporio is a dapple gray

      that person who you do not knowthat person who you do not knowVor 5 Tage
  • Your accent has become interesting 🥰🤣

    Han WirtzHan WirtzVor 10 Tage
  • no practice i need atleast a years practice to even get a slight mark

    didaly squatdidaly squatVor 10 Tage
  • He looks so good but that seems like the equivalent to a British Dressage Prelim so they would want to see more 'working' paces rather than the collection and a longer lower frame

    Howrse1000Howrse1000Vor 10 Tage
  • His horses going slow and steady: My horses: Broom broom, u wanna see some real speed?

    대박79Taehyoung AO대박79Taehyoung AOVor 10 Tage
    • Lolllll 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      Claire SearsClaire SearsVor 15 Stunden
  • Beautiful Matt-he seems so kind and is gorgeous!!! Have Fun!!!!!!Debra

    Debra BishDebra BishVor 10 Tage
    • legyield from quarterline to rail

      Debra BishDebra BishVor 10 Tage
  • Pls check your saddle. You don't sit in the right position.

    Kim IstokKim IstokVor 10 Tage
    • I agree!!! See my comment from 10/16 . His saddle looks too small, makes his position look a little (very little, but still ) like a Saddle Seat rider in the US, I don't think other countries do "saddle seat" It started out balanced, like with Helen Crabtree a very long time ago, but went overboard and some sad stuff for some of the show horses.

      CricketCricketVor 9 Tage
  • Your horse would like you to take the flashband off 😊

    fenolifenoliVor 10 Tage
  • I think you did very well........really!

    Jeanne CookeJeanne CookeVor 10 Tage
  • I just saw an ad from Wish to buy a saddle and I thought that is a topic for Matt, you could order a saddle on wish, check it out together with someone who knows something about saddles (so the horse doesn’t get hurt) and ride with it. And that way you can also educate us (the viewers) on the importance of a well fitted saddle 😃

    Elise AaaElise AaaVor 10 Tage
  • No matter what others say, please dont you dare CHOP/HACK his mane short like your other stallion...it should be long and flowing

    Carol CarolCarol CarolVor 10 Tage
  • Is this his HUGE stallion?

    Carol CarolCarol CarolVor 10 Tage
    • no

      that person who you do not knowthat person who you do not knowVor 5 Tage
  • hey Matt! the broken line is usually called a Simple Loop of 5m-10m, depending on the test.

    artistiiKatartistiiKatVor 10 Tage
  • Isn’t the pivo amazing!! I have one too and love it!

    BekSkipNLaceBekSkipNLaceVor 10 Tage
  • Don't be to hard on yourself in this level dressage it's more then enough. We always want to do better but that's why we train. It's a very common thing to do not as good in a (practice) test then in training. That's why it's so important to train different exercises after each other and not just one by one. As said before I rode here in ozzy with an australian fei rider and she calls broken line a loop or small loop. It's a build up to a serpentine and you will use it later to start your counter canter. I really like how you reflect back on yourself and want to het the best out of your horses and always in an honest way. I agree with a lot of people that I like the hands a little bit lower but here in Ozzy I got thought as well to carry them more and keep the nose high and especially with horses as emporio and sureno, they will have the tendency to hide and go to round. Just watch some dutch competitions on the level that your gonna compete and see there results then you see against what you are competing and you will see that you will just do fine and grow in the higher work. Your ready. Veel geluk

    Nicole PootNicole PootVor 10 Tage
  • Shouldn't the cam be behind C?

    Pleun BastenPleun BastenVor 10 Tage
  • If you think you did bad... My horse cantered down the centreline sideways

    Brooklyn BonneyBrooklyn BonneyVor 10 Tage
  • Awesome! Good job! 👏🏻 Would be interesting to watch a video about your progress as a dressage rider.. maybe sharing if you ever had any falls when riding and related confidence issues, and how did you overcome them etc. BTW Emporio is absolutely stunning 😍

    Jana BreuJana BreuVor 10 Tage
  • Omg he's literally muscled up to twice the size!! Test riding is such an art... You can definitely see he's schooled very well it's just about the presentation of the test that need a lil polish!! So pleased all your hard work is paying off x ps love ur collection patiently waiting until pony is back from being broken and I pay that bill before I refinance my house for matchy matchy x

    laura hendylaura hendyVor 10 Tage
  • The M to broken line to F would translate as " M ride a 5 meter shallow loop and return back at F" . In the English test you wouldn't see this but would see at M ride a 10 meter shallow loop and return back at F. Always enjoy you guys working together and how you show progression and that it's not always perfect or a simple fix.

    NOC EventingNOC EventingVor 11 Tage
  • I alzo studied the wrong test once. I came in first place 😅. Did not expert that

    Tim WarmelinkTim WarmelinkVor 11 Tage
  • He starts at niveau B right ?

    miicke19miicke19Vor 11 Tage
  • Next time in a 20x40 arena instead of 20x60. Makes everything a lot easier that huge arena 😂

    SuusjeSuusjeVor 11 Tage
  • Love to see u doing dressage. Good video using the Pivo. Heard about it, but need to see more footage to determine the quality. Thanks for sharing.

    Francis ChooFrancis ChooVor 11 Tage
  • You are such a nice quite rider.

    Healing Horse Therapy CenterHealing Horse Therapy CenterVor 11 Tage
  • 🙂👌

    Carel SchaapCarel SchaapVor 11 Tage
  • It’s soo funny seeing you struggle with the “broken lines” Because in Austria they are called “einfache/doppelte Schlangenlinien” and “Schlangenlinien in 3 Bögen”. Translated it would mean “simple/double snakelines” and “snakelines in 3 curves”. Its something you learn pretty soon after you are allowed of the lounge😂 And I think those half circles were just circle changings (“Tournwechsel” in Austria and “aus dem Zirkel wechseln” in Germany) But you did a good job. 😊👍🏻

    LyranyLyranyVor 11 Tage
    • I love that everywhere else has proper names for this like in the UK its just called a 5 metre loop.Even the half circles are just called half 20 or 10 metre circles 😬😂

      lily glaysherlily glaysherVor 6 Tage
    • In dutch you have “Schlangenlinien in 3/4 Bögen” too! It's "slangevolte met 3/4 bogen", the pictures on google are the same :) . Broken lines are meant to be have sharper turns. You are rigth about the "halve voltes" that's "aus dem Zirkel wechseln"

      A p q HA p q HVor 8 Tage
    • Eyo German here. First thing i learned as soon as i was off the lounge, was 4 and 3 „Schlangenlienien durch die Bahn“ i think thats kind off a shared thing between riding instructors 😂😂😂😂

      Carla NußbaumCarla NußbaumVor 9 Tage
  • With everything we learn.

    Rob.bRob.bVor 11 Tage
  • The only problem is that you ride this test in an arena that is 20 meters to big in length. It makes the exercises longer and during actual competitions, you have to ride this test in a 40x20 m arena. My tip would be practicing this test in a 40x20 m arena. It makes it easier for you and Emporio. And normally you cannot talk during you test lol but its okay Matt. Just keep on practicing!

    Valeska WillnerValeska WillnerVor 11 Tage
    • A standard dressage arena is 60x20, the arena is not too big, it is the correct size. One only rides in a 40x20 if they don’t have the room and once you start riding first level or higher it is only 60x20.

      Perfect ChaosPerfect ChaosVor 7 Stunden
  • Still doesn't speak Dutch. Realy amazing

    Pandora2019Pandora2019Vor 11 Tage
    • Well... Jesse speaks English with him all the time at home. No pain, no gain. If Jesse switched back to Dutch he'd have to learn.

      Janice EllisJanice EllisVor 10 Tage
  • Interested in Pivo? - that's actually hilarious sentence to me, ´cause pivo means beer in czech :D so yeah, I´m interested :P

    Tereza PavlíkováTereza PavlíkováVor 11 Tage
  • 0:36 I stopped my job with the help of, *p a i d t o b e h o m e .c o m*

    Alina BravoAlina BravoVor 11 Tage
  • In English it’s called a 5 meter shallow loop ✨❤️

    Louise MoreLouise MoreVor 11 Tage
  • I don't understand any of this but I do love watching 😃

    Ossie McOssie McVor 11 Tage
  • Love this I do Dressage as well. Emporio did so well as did you

    EquineLauraEquineLauraVor 11 Tage
  • Pivo sounds really great! Not everyone has a cameraman like Jesse 😂

    checky hufchecky hufVor 11 Tage
    • We can all keep on wishing and hoping for a cameraman like @jesse drent

      Rob BrentRob BrentVor 9 Tage
  • Shallow loops

    lofthouse5lofthouse5Vor 11 Tage
  • ooohhh you bad not practicing. ps love that horse. A bad day riding is a GOOD DAY

    dmc mcdmc mcVor 11 Tage
  • You should never practice a test on a horse, they learn to anticipate the next move, so gotta know all the moves but not what is coming. To learn a test, do it on paper or with a stick in the earth, it is always logical, winds up one way and unwinds the other. Good luck with it. Wasn't a priority with me either, but if a test was on at a show or gymkhana, I'd ride it on my galloway hack, and often win, having learned it with a stick, drawing the pattern. Learning A B etc is not as logical. In Holland they call for you. I like that video tracker, what next? Brilliant. Greetings from Australia. Emporio is gorgeous, well done.

    Louise CassidyLouise CassidyVor 11 Tage
    • If you ride a test enough at competition it’s becomes rather irrelevant if you practice it at home. A bit of anticipation is fine as your horse should still be obedient. The only thing I ever worry about is souring a horse, but I still will take a young horse through parts of a test or even a couple full runs in the beginning of a new test if I think it’s appropriate for the horse.

      Perfect ChaosPerfect ChaosVor 7 Stunden
    • I agree, my horse would anticipate the test and think, it's happening soon, and become a little flustered. I preferred to train using transitions and do a test at home only sometimes so I knew it. Also I found training my horse in a paddock or field can help as there are no boundaries of the dressage arena as good for the extended trot to go further and stronger to achieve and show the horse exactly what you are looking for. Once he achieves or shows something of what you are looking for, tell him so he knows, tell him how wonderful he is and then rest and end that lesson with a walk. Well done Matt I love your videos and thank you.

      Raining LolliesRaining LolliesVor 11 Tage
  • Matt, you are so hard on yourself! The tracking camera thing is pretty cool, but obvs it's better to have Jesse recording. Emporio is a beautiful horse! 🥰

    Linda KinderLinda KinderVor 11 Tage
    • @Janice Ellis Absolutely! It can never replace Jesse, but I just thought the camera was okay ...😀

      Linda KinderLinda KinderVor 8 Tage
    • The Pivo can never replace Jesse, especially his little laughs and comments. So I guess for us who do not have Jesse, we can get the Pivo instead.

      Janice EllisJanice EllisVor 10 Tage
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