dressage

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maneuvers of a horse in response to body signals by the rider

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Legendary for their "airs above the ground," spectacular leaps and maneuvers originally meant to terrorize attacking foot soldiers, the Lipizzans have never numbered more than a few hundred, and the breed was almost lost during World War II.
The show - now in its 33rd year - includes dressage routines and a special performance called "Airs Above the Ground".