I’m so delighted with the Dressage Rider’s Journal that I reviewed last week that I’m going to give away a copy to someone.
To enter, do two things:
- leave a comment with a horse-related goal you have for 2022 (it doesn’t have to be riding – anything related to horses is good!)
- sign up for Ruth Hogan-Poulsen’s monthly email newsletter
That’s it! and I should clarify, this isn’t sponsored by Ruth, this is purely me thinking this book is awesome and more people should have a copy.
The giveaway will close next Friday, 1/21.
5 thoughts on “Giveaway: Dressage Rider’s Journal”
Ooh! Sign me up! My major goal is to conquer counter canter, but a minor goal is to just enjoy myself more in the saddle, more worry less about scores and more about learning with my horse.
Is there a link to sign up for her newsletter? The page it sends you to doesn’t have a signup link.
I love a good giveaway. Here’s one of my goals for this year:
2. Solidify our second level work. This is a goal that will need #1 to be successful and a lot of help with lessons from Jane:
a. improve longitudinal and lateral suppleness
b. carry more from behind and not load the forehand
c. improve counter canter and canter-walk transitions
If I can get that solidified I can then start stretching into 3rd level work.
I followed the link but couldn’t see how to sign up for the newsletter- I did look around the site.
Timely, as I just managed to finish writing my goals post to go up next week! My goal for 2022 is to finally go down centerline at a recognized dressage show 😀
Same comment as the above two folks, I couldn’t actually find a sign up, although I clicked all over her website and tried in several different browsers.
I’m not a dressage rider but sure, why not! My horsey goal for 2022 is to qualify for the USHJA Adult Horsemanship finals again but this time place in the top 10! I was 14th this year and it was a bit disappointing but I know ssoooooo much more about the process now.
As far as riding goes, I want to keep puzzling out Dante and hopefully get him back to being a reliable 3’+ horse.