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  • This horse looks out at any who look in, prickeared, exaggerated mane and tail caught in a half-levade, hocks behind heels.

    Perspective

  • When I talk about doing a levade they'll all likely faint.

    Fly-By-Night

  • In the arena, his specialty was the difficult levade, raising his forelegs and standing with his hind legs at a 30-degree angle to the ground, a position requiring the strength of an equine Nureyev.

    latimes.com - News

  • Dressage terms like; capriole, levade, piaffe, pirouette, sound very much like those used in classical ballet and definitely equal the precision, control and athleticism required of a prima ballerina, yet these are the movements of a 1200 lb. horse.

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  • Dressage terms like; capriole, levade, piaffe, pirouette, sound very much like those used in classical ballet and definitely equal the precision, control and ...

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