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An Intro to the Pas de Deux
Exercises to introduce the horse and rider to the art of pas de... read more


Life on the Amateur Rail
This dressage rider figured out how to give fear the boot. read more

Work and Play at Dressage Today

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


What is Working Equitation?
A dressage rider and Lusitano breeder shares her passion for... read more

Health & Fitness

Improve Rider Strength and Balance
Three exercises to get you working out like U.S. Olympian Steffen... read more

Dressage Today Reader's Report

Dressage Today readers share their riding experiences, event information and more. read more


Adrienne Lyle

New Beginnings

by Adrienne Lyle
This season has been one of endings and new beginnings for me. We made the decision to retire Wizard from competition, and it has certainly made the dynamics of my daily life a bit different. When......Read More

Work and Play at Dressage Today

World Cup Countdown

by Jennifer Mellace
We’re just one month away from one of our sport’s most exciting events—the 2015 Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final. For those of us in the U.S., the anticipation is heightened by the fact that the final has returned to Las Vegas after six years....Read More

Debra Reinhardt

Learning to Ride Al the Right Way

by Debra Reinhardt
As promised, here are some photos of Al and me working in a lesson with Bill Warren. In order for me to take a lesson with Bill, it has to be at 7:30am so that he can get to his barn at White Fences and start teaching his clients. I enjoy each lesson, and Bill gets very intense in helping me work through issues and training. ...Read More

Remember To Smile

Keeping on The Straight and Narrow

by Pam Stone
Living down here in South Carolina, I know I am taking a big chance in being chased across my farm by northern riders, carrying whips, if I dare complain about the weather this winter, but it has been......Read More

Article Archives

How Connection Varies from Horse to Horse

by Jennifer R. Roth

Jennifer Roth explains how connection varies from horse to horse. Read More

New Mosquito Related Equine Disease Hits Mainland

Symptoms include fever and a rash, as well as sever joint pain that can last for weeks or up to one year. Read More

Minerals for a Dressage Horse

by Peter Bollen

Peter Bollen explains the proper amount of minerals for a dressage horse's diet. Read More

Baroque Attire: Paddock Boots?

by Manuel Trigo

Manuel Trigo discusses short boots as an aspect of baroque attire. Read More

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