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Jane Savoie's Dressage 101: The Ultimate Source of Dressage Basics in a Language You Can Understand Paperback – April 1, 2011
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I've read other dressage books, and while they are good too, Ms. Savoie's Dressage 101 is the best and needs to be a part of your dressage and/or eventing library! I highly recommend this training book!
Other books that go well with this one are:
- The USDF Guide to Dressage by Jennifer Bryant
- 50 5-Minute Fixes to Improve Your Riding by Wendy Murdoch
Other dressage reads to consider:
- Dressage Unscrambled by Bill Woods (not a "training" book or "how to" book but a fun dressage read!)
- Dressage Formula by Erik Herbermann (a bit on the advanced/theory side, and a heavier read, but great book to understand dressage concepts)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely the best book I own! I have hundreds of riding and training books and DVDs. This book was the first in my dressage arsenal and is written in such great detail and in a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by extgirl10
This book is so necessary when I lost my first copy, I purchased another. Even with an instructor it helped me learn so much more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Abby
Fantastic, insightful book! I love it and can't wait to read deeper into it. I would recommend this book for any serious equestrian's personal library. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole
This is a great book either to refresh your memory or train a young horse or a horse who hasn't be properly trained in the past and especially good for riders who aren't regularly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by anyab
Jane Savoie is amazing with her insight and style of writing so "us" Dressage riders can understand. This book is a keeper.Published 5 months ago by Jan Buck
A well written, photographed and explained approach to learning dressage. Loved the exercises and training routines.Published 6 months ago by bigrock
For my college course, it arrived on time and is a good book.Published 11 months ago by CHRIS & SUSAN GRIMES