Dr. Hilary Clayton
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Dr. Hilary Clayton<br>
Part 1 of a 3 Part Series <br>
A Lecture and Analysis<br>
Conditioning the Dressage Horse<br>
Duration: 60 minutes

Dr. Hilary Clayton
Part 1 of a 3 Part Series
A Lecture and Analysis
Conditioning the Dressage Horse
Duration: 60 minutes

VID: 102008

Dr. Hilary Clayton<br>
Part 2 of a 3 Part Series<br>
Lecture and Analysis<br>
Conditioning the Dressage Horse<br>
Duration: 60 minutes

Dr. Hilary Clayton
Part 2 of a 3 Part Series
Lecture and Analysis
Conditioning the Dressage Horse
Duration: 60 minutes

VID: 1120088

Dr. Hilary Clayton<br>
Part 3 of a 3 Part Series<br>
A Lecture & Analysis<br>
Conditioning the Dressage Horse<br>
Duration: 20 minutes

Dr. Hilary Clayton
Part 3 of a 3 Part Series
A Lecture & Analysis
Conditioning the Dressage Horse
Duration: 20 minutes

VID: 1220088

USDF Annual Convention Presents<br>and DressageClinic.com<br>
Dr. Hilary Clayton<br>
“Going in Circles: The Biomechanics<br>
of Working Your Horse<br>
in Circles<br>
Duration: 60 minutes

USDF Annual Convention Presents
and DressageClinic.com
Dr. Hilary Clayton
“Going in Circles: The Biomechanics
of Working Your Horse
in Circles
Duration: 60 minutes

VID: 111120140

USDF Annual Convention and DressageClinic.com Presents<br>
Dr. Hilary Clayton<br>
This lecture describes the physical properties<br> of different types of footing<br> and how these characteristics relate to the<br> rider's perception of how footing

USDF Annual Convention and DressageClinic.com Presents
Dr. Hilary Clayton
This lecture describes the physical properties
of different types of footing
and how these characteristics relate to the
rider's perception of how footing

VID: 120320155