Michael Klimke Riding and Lecturing on Biert’s Biene by: Bio Top 8 yrs. old Oldenburg Training: 4th Level Now Playing on DressageClinic.com

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DressageClinic.com has the unique privilege of bringing to you the world famous trainer and competitor, Micheal Klimke, son of the great Dr Reiner Klimke. Michael Klimke is one of Germany's most in demand trainers and is well known for his amazing ability to develop top horses and riders and most noted for his enthusiastic clinics which he conducts all over the world.

He brings to his students an incredible depth of knowledge and skill which he is able to share with amazing effectiveness.

Click Below to Watch Sample Video of Michael Klimke Riding & Lecturing on Biert’s Biene by: Bio Top 8 yrs. old Oldenburg Training: 4th Level

Click on the Player for Video to Play. DressageClinic.com is proud to present International Rider Michael Klimke Riding & Lecturing Biert’s Biene 8 yrs. Old Oldenburg by BioTop Training 4th Level

This video is a demonstration of beautiful riding and great horsemanship. It really shows viewers why Michael Klimke is considered one the best in the world at developing the dressage horse.

In this over thirty minute video, Klimke is riding and lecturing on the beautiful Oldenberg mare Biert’s Biene, who is by the great Trakehner stallion, Biotop.  Biotop was Dr Klimke’s last competition horse before his passing in 1999. 

At the time of this session Biert’s Biene is 8 years old and schooling 4th level. Michael is starting her preparation for Prix St George and we are invited to follow the steps Klimke is taking with this talented and “not always easy” young mare.

It is an added bonus that Klimke has been working with this horse since she started under saddle as a three year old. This gives him an intimate grasp of Biert’s Biene and their complicity is valuable education for all dressage riders to see and this training sessions gives viewers a rare opportunity to learn how to work with mares and how to follow the correct steps in preparing the horse for the upper levels.

Michael explains the principles and reasons behind everything he does during his ride. His warm up is thorough and effective and very well explained. He is an effective rider and a wonderful lecturer. He explains to viewers how to “just enjoy it, and if the rider enjoys it, then the horse can enjoy his development”.  His riding is amazingly calm, quiet and effective.

 Michael Klimke explains he wants a horse that is “always willing to go forward”. The use of the rider’s aids as well as the reins is covered in depth throughout every exercise during this session.

We watch lovely work in the half pass and pirouette while being treated to clear honest analysis of their performance from Klimke.

Any problems during the ride are dealt with poise and skill. It is exciting to bear witness to the beginnings of their half steps and passage especially with such a great master sharing his secrets for success. Viewers really get the inside scoop and should not miss this one!

 Michael Klimke reminds us that “there is not a bad horse, there’s just bad riding”. His patient manner and beautiful tact in
the saddle are an inspiration for all riders of all levels. Be sure to take this wonderful opportunity to learn with such a world class horseman!

Michael Klimke is one of the children of the late Dr. Reiner Klimke who was one of the greatest proponents of classical dressage training. Michael, himself, is a trainer and educator that has a true passion for the correct training of the dressage horse.

He is noted for bringing his horses up through the young horse ranks to becoming International Grand Prix competitors. Michael has had a very notable career having competed at the 1996 World Cup, was the reserve rider at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney and in the same year became the German National Champions.

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