In the scales of training, specialist knowledge about the nature of the horse and training theory are combined and form the core of classical riding theory. Horse training is based on these principles and is thus a guideline for everyday training, whether for jumping, dressage, western or cross-country.
The balance and the throughness of the horse are the overriding goals. The consecutive phases interact with each other and can develop in parallel with constant training.
Through continuous work in connection with ground and obedience training, the desired throughness and balance of the horse are continually developed. The result is an obedient and healthy horse.
Note: As the points of the training scale merge into each other, they cannot be clearly separated. This can be seen in the overlapping of the three main phases and in the partially very similar exercises, such as increasing and decreasing the size of the circle (in riding/lunging), which has a positive effect on the horse's impulsion and contact.