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The Clinic with Susanne von Dietze
Our first pair is Meaghan Dalley and Wigorello, her Hanoverian... read more

Lifestyle

Transitions: A Good, Average Rider
Shortly before my 35th birthday, I realized my riding had... 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

Theory

Why Do Dressage Saddles Have Gussets?
Question: I own a Thoroughbred mare who is trained to Second... read more

Health & Fitness

Fit for Riding
When it comes to horses, I don't like easy projects. I love big... read more

Dressage Today Reader's Report

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

Blogs

Remember To Smile

And... Can-TER!

by Pam Stone
Now that I've felt Forrest a bit more confirmed in trot, in both directions, the brief pause between rain showers seemed a good day to introduce my boy to canter, if the warm up......Read More


Adrienne Lyle

Climbing Mountains

by Adrienne Lyle
My whole European experience this summer has been amazing. I have been thrilled with Wizard as we were able to produce stronger and more consistent performances each time we went down centerline....Read More


Lauren Sammis

Hickstead

by Lauren Sammis
The U.S. team at Hickstead was represented by Susie Dutta, Katherine Bateson and Lisa Wilcox. Lisa ended up second in the Grand Prix Special and third in the Freestyle. ...Read More


Remember To Smile

Booted Up!

by Pam Stone
You know I'm feeling a lot more secure on a just backed or re-started youngster, when I swap my nimble ("Gotta bail!") jodhpur boots for my clunky Koenigs. So it is a good feeling, emotionally and......Read More


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