This looks like an interesting idea, possibly very helpful to novices or those working mostly on their own: audio lessons and exercises by a Grand Prix British Dressage judge... I stumbled upon the link in a H&H article (they are now beginning to offer music as well).
I think I'll try one or two as well. I've moved to an area where there is minimal to no dressage instruction available. And with temperatures reaching -40 degrees Celsius below zero we're stuck in the indoor until April, so maybe these audio lessons will help make our rides more interesting.
Now I just have to get an ipod. I must be the only person under 30 without one.
You don't need an iPod... any mp3 player will do If you have an ipod then you have to have itunes, then you have to import the mp3 into itunes to use it on your ipod/iphone. With an mp3 player... you can get a really cheap one then all you do is transfer it from your pc or laptop right onto the mp3 player
Boyle Heights Kid 1998 OTTB Dark Bay Gelding
Tinner's Way x Sculpture by Hail to Reason "Once you go off track, you never go back!"