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The Rider's Role in Self-Carriage
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Blogs

Refining Dressage Skills in Germany

A Training Exercise from Germany

by Annie Morris
The last couple weeks have been very busy. Our groom was on vacation, we were rushing to get home in time to watch Olympic dressage, etc. However, everything here is going well. Plus, I am official! I got my German visa last week....Read More


Margaret Freeman

Hot Time in New York

by Margaret Freeman
It was all the more remarkable because this was my annual foray to Lendon Gray's Youth Dressage Festival, where I am on the show committee and where we had 325 kids competing, including 69 teams! ...Read More


Refining Dressage Skills in Germany

My First German Show!

by Annie Morris
Yesterday, I rode in my first show in Germany with two horses. Brioni is a green, 7-year-old Hanoverian mare owned by a nice young lady named Pauline. ...Read More


Margaret Freeman

Open Gate, No Problem?

by Margaret Freeman
When I’m riding in our covered arena by myself I always leave the gate open. It’s some distance from the ring to the barn, and a rider in the ring can’t be clearly seen. I figure if I somehow hit the sand and get hurt, my horse will go back to the barn and tell someone. I know of a couple instances where unconscious riders were tended to quickly because their horses returned to the barn alone....Read More


Article Archives

On Target

by Tara Noelle Miller

A rescued horse and a troubled girl find their way together as they tackle the challenges of a new sport. Read More

What to do for a horse with choke

by Laurie Bonner

When your horse develops an obstruction in his esophagus, doing the wrong thing can turn a relatively minor event into a potentially life-threatening problem. Read More

USA’s Karl Cook and Tembla Take Top Honors in $135,600 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Langley

by Esther Hahn

Cook bested a six-horse jump off to take the show’s highlight prize and valuable World Cup™ qualifying points, with not only the fastest time of 42.95 seconds but also without recording a single fault. Read More

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