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How Important is the Rider’s Upper Leg?
One of the hallmarks of a classical dressage position is a long,... read more


Find the Bit That Fits
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Go behind the scenes with the Editorial staff of Dressage Today. In the office, around the barn and at home. read more


Adjust Your Body Balance
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Horse Care

The Inferior Check Ligament
The inferior check ligament, also known as the accessory ligament... read more

Dressage Today Reader's Report

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Margaret Freeman

Loop-de-Loop at Training 3

by Margaret Freeman
My scribe last weekend was delighted that we had something like 20 rides showing in front of us in Training 3, since she said that was the test she was currently trying to conquer. I asked what part was giving her trouble, and she said the loop. ...Read More

Refining Dressage Skills in Germany

Dressage Training in Germany, Week 7!

by Annie Morris
This week was super. Saturday, Sam (the girl I work with) and I visited Hamburg, which is the nearest city to the barn. It is a beautiful port city, built around the confluence of the Altster and Bille Rivers as they come together to form the Elbe River, which flows into the North Sea. ...Read More

Adrienne Lyle

Little Girls with Big Dreams

by Adrienne Lyle
This spring, I had the thrill of watching my younger cousin, Maya Black, finish third at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. It was incredible to watch her achieve something she has worked to accomplish over her whole life. On top of that, she was just named the traveling reserve for the U.S. Olympic eventing team with Doesn't Play Fair....Read More

Refining Dressage Skills in Germany

Increased Awareness and Flexibility

by Annie Morris
I got to ride a lot. At this barn, they demand a new flexibility in my body that I have never achieved before. I can finally pull my shoulder blades back and together without any other body part becoming tight. Right now I cannot do it perfectly, but I am more and more aware of what my back should feel like. ...Read More

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