Dressage, a guideline for riders and judges
By Wolfgang M Niggli
Written by one of the most eminent figures in international dressage, this book will prove indispensible for dressage competitors, judges and aspiring judges of all levels. The first part of the book describes classical principles, the judging process and the component elements of dressage tests, and riders who want to discover exactly what judges are looking for will find it invaluable. The second part of the book is a fascinating and detailed history of Olympic dressage and will be read with enjoyment by all those interested in the development of competition dressage.
(Hardback, 331 pages)