Dressage Tips and Training Solutions using the German training system Holzel plewa
Dressage Tips and Training Solutions
using the German training system
Wolfgang Holzel, Petra Holzel, Martin Plewa
Three top German equestrian trainers join forces to provide a problem-solving manual for dressage riders. They outline the principles by which young dressage horses are trained in Germany, discuss rider psychology and explain how to acquire the right attitudes for training and competition.
Dr Wolfgang Holzel for nine years was head of the famous German Riding School at Warendorf, and afterwards became national trainer for the Australian dressage and three day event teams, a post he held for six years Dr Petra Holzel, a doctor of philology and a passionate rider from childhood, trained horses with her husband up to advanced level. Martin Plewa, author of the chapter on jumping, has been riding since the age of six. As an event rider he has competed in World and European championships. He has been the national trainer of the German 3 day event team since 1985
Revised Edition 2011
large format paperback, 9 3/4″ X 7 1/2″, 157 pages + index, illustrated with 160 diagrams and 43 photographs.