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Bruno Gre­ber: to im­prove the qual­ity of your con­tact...

Imag­ine that the dy­nam­ics of con­tact are sim­i­lar to that of sail­ing a boat. The wind (im­pul­sion and en­ergy) is es­sen­tial and you use the sails (reins) to har­ness the wind. You sail for­ward (and con­nect the horse from back to front). The goal is to achieve self-car­riage with silent aids. —Bruno Gre­ber

Bruno Gre­ber was born in Switzer­land and went through the Swiss Pro­fes­sional Rider’s As­so­ci­a­tion’s trainer/in­struc­tor pro­gram, earn­ing an Eid. Dipl. Reitlehrer. To fur­ther his spe­cial­iza­tion in clas­si­cal dres­sage, he worked as an as­sis­tant trainer for Arthur Kot­tas in Vienna from 1992 to 1997. Based in Crozet, Vir­ginia, he and his wife, Bar­bara, op­er­ate Gre­ber Dres­sage Train­ing and con­duct clin­ics on a reg­u­lar ba­sis.

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