All 9 eTRAK In-Depth Studies

ID Title Description Author Publisher Keywords
2231 L Education Program desc This USDF University accredited learning module provides a structured learning opportunity for those currently in the L Education Program and continuing education for L Graduates and Licensed Dressage Judges. More Info... USDF USDF In Depth studies, L program, L Education Program
2204 2017 Trainers Conference desc Watch all our extended footage from the Adequan/USDF FEI Trainers Conference featuring Lilo Fore and Hans-Christian Matthiesen. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study, In Depth studies
2149 2016 Trainers Conference East desc Watch all our extended footage from the Adequan/USDF FEI Trainers Conference East featuring Johann Hinnemann. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study, In Depth studies
1819 Lungeing desc Learning Objectives: 1. Identify proper lungeing equipment and form needed for safe and effective lungeing. 2. Understand and apply safety concepts for lungeing the horse and rider. 3. Explain reasons for lungeing the horse and/or rider and the desired results. 4. DIfferentiate lunge activities based upon training level of the horse or rider. 5. Distinguish between correct and incorrect lungeing techniques. 6. Select appropriate lunge exercises to improve the rider's seat and position. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study
1814 Seat and Position desc Learning Objectives: 1. Use basic human anatomy to explain correct rider position and reasons for misalignment. 2. Explain the benefits of riding on the lunge. 3.Name and place characteristics on the rider's training scale in the correct order. 4. Recognize rider position faults and their possible effects on the horse. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study
1812 Classical Training desc USDF Training Manual: Classical Training of the Horse. Prerequisite for USDF Instructor Trainer Program Riding Workshop More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study
1810 Rider's Aids desc Learning Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of effective aid use and the appropriate reactions of the horse to those aids 2. Understand the purpose of each aid 3. Explain the combining of aids to create a desired effect 4. Differentiate between natural and artificial aids and appropriate uses of each More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study
1799 Sports Psychology desc Sports Psychology principles aimed at riders. Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize positive goal setting techniques and their application to riding. 2. Distinguish between anxiety and fear and develop techniques to combat them. 3. Identify common sports psychology terms and concepts. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study
1797 Principles of Teaching desc Teaching fundamentals as well as sample lesson ideas for Dressage. This course is worth .5 credits with a 4 hour estimated completion time. Pre-requisite for Instructor Trainer Teaching Workshops. More Info... USDF USDF In-Depth Study