Set of 12 plastic dressage letters: the ideal accessory for the dressage arena
Dressage is an Olympic discipline that aims for a gradual and harmonious development between rider and horse. In this discipline, accessories are used in the arena to indicate specific movements and exercises along the course.
One of these dressage accessories is the letters, which are used specifically to identify the figures and transitions to be made between rider and horse. Therefore, good visibility is very important.
At Equspaddock we have available a set of 12 dressage letters from the light series designed to guarantee excellent durability and functionality. These ensure the best experience in both training and competition in the dressage arena.
The set includes the most commonly used letters in dressage: A, B, C, E, F, F, H, K, M, R, S, V, P.
High-quality and resistant plastic letters
Each letter of the light set is 140 x 140 x 220 mm, which makes them highly visible on the track. They are made of high-quality plastic and are specially designed to withstand adverse weather conditions.
Thanks to their weather resistance, these letters are highly durable and can withstand frequent use without deterioration. Therefore, they are fully functional for a long time, even with heavy daily use.
The design of each sign has been carefully optimised to ensure maximum visibility and easy assembly. With black letters on a white background, an optimal contrast is achieved, which ensures excellent legibility for both riders and judges during training and competitions.
In addition, these letters are adhesive on both sides, which makes it very easy to put them along the edge of the track, and no tools or screws are required. You will be able to place them quickly and securely, without worrying about them coming off or unwanted movement.
This light model includes the letters in a large size, to identify each exercise in a very clear way both for the rider and for the judges.
Complete set of light model letters for dressage
The set includes the 12 fundamental light model letters used in dressage, which are all the necessary references for both riders and judges. It is a versatile product and can be combined with other dressage elements, such as cones and fences, to create a complete and highly functional dressage arena.
When used in conjunction with other elements, it provides a configuration suitable for a wide variety of dressage movements and exercises. This helps riders to practice and perfect their skills, as well as judges to accurately assess the execution of the movements.
Whether in training or competition, they will provide a solid foundation for developing and showcasing the discipline’s signature movements, offering a complete and enriching experience for all involved.
This range has a discreet finish that blends in perfectly with any type of court. Its function is fulfilled, without distracting the attention of the rider or the judges and, above all, it is perfectly suited to those who prefer a minimalist and very basic arena, without excessive ornamentation.
Dressage lettering: an important item
In dressage, the letters play a fundamental role that goes beyond being simple points of reference. They are key points in the development of the movements and exercises that make up this demanding equestrian discipline.
When entering the dressage arena, the letter A marks both the starting and finishing points of the course. From there, the rider is guided using strategically placed letters, such as B, C, E, F, H, K, M, R, S, V and P. These letters represent the places to execute the characteristic movements of dressage.
For example, upon reaching the letter C, the rider can make a smooth transition to the canter, demonstrating a smooth and controlled transition between the three gaits: walk, trot and canter. As he moves towards the letter H, he can make a circling change of direction, exhibiting the horse’s suppleness and balance.
The letters are also essential for executing lateral movements such as the travers, where the horse moves diagonally with the shoulders and hips aligned in a specific direction. The letter M is used as a reference to perform this movement, showing the horse’s ability to flex and maintain balance.
In addition, the letters allow the judges to evaluate the quality and execution of the movements. They observe the piaffe, a movement in which the horse lifts its front legs alternately on the spot, showing control and elevation. They also assess the passage, a high, suspended canter that demonstrates the horse’s ability to maintain balance and cadence.
If you are looking to buy this type of accessory with great quality, take a look at our light dressage letter series – they are perfect for your arena!
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