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he has to be beautiful and trained

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Well you know you can use pretty much any breed of horse whenever you are dancing horses or doing Dressage (Dressage is the same things as dancing horses.) But Arabians are probobly the best at it. Any breed of horse can be trained to do dressage. The lower levels of dressage are not so much dancing as much as a predetermined pattern of circles and straight lines, and transitions of the 3 different gaits of the horse. In the higher levels of dressage, like the ones you see in the Olympics that really do look like they are dancing, the majority of these horses are warmbloods imported from Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands, etc. like the Hanovarian, Holsteiner, Trakhner, Westfalen, Swedish Warmblood, Dutch Warmblood, etc. A lot of the times these horses are crossed with Thoroughbreds or other breeds. Also, the Lippizaner stallions are famous for their world renowned show called the Dancing horses, which are some beautiful maneuvers that originated from when horses were used during battle years and years ago.

The point of dressage is to test the behaviour of the horse. Many well trained dressage horses will/can get higher points in shows. Dressage is a very, very hard sport. Both horse and rider must coperate with each other. Look up Anky Van Grunsven in Google or Yahoo.

This is the snaffle bridle that is used in lower levels of dressage. This is the double bridle which is used in upper levels of dressage. It has two bits for more control and signals.

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