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The Use of Sharp Spurs
The spur is a tool and can be used to affect the horse's response... read more

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American Dressage Exceeds Expectations at Normandy
Success can be counted in more than medals. For the U.S. dressage... 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

Gabriel Armando on the Importance of Dressage Basics
I remember being 15 years old and riding in Buenos Aires,... read more

Health & Fitness

Shoeing the Dressage Horse
Trimming back the toes and setting back the shoes isn't... read more

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Blogs

Remember To Smile

Back to Work

by Pam Stone
Finally! As Forrest looks and feels even on all four legs again, it's time to go back to school. He's been quite a good patient with restricted turn out and with the lovely warm days after chilly......Read More


Remember To Smile

Queen of Resourcefulness

by Pam Stone
Honestly, with Forrest's penchant for overreaches and heel bruises, while I await our last ditch (and pricey) effort of Italian bell boots to be delivered, a gal's gotta do something to protect her accident prone child. ...Read More


Work and Play at Dressage Today

"Inside" October 2014

by Jennifer Mellace
In the spirit of shaking things up, have you noticed our special bonus section? We thought we’d try something a little different this month with a flip book that offers lifestyle features, including an introduction to Reem Acra, the sponsor of the 2015 FEI World Cup Dressage Finals, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Acra, a haute couture designer who created the gown worn by Dutch Olympian Adelinde Cornelisse...Read More


Remember To Smile

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

by Pam Stone
Another week, another heel bruise! This is terribly frustrating as work, up until this time with Forrest, has been quite rewarding, but each time these heel grabs and bruises occur, he must have several days off in order to recover, so it feels very much, 'one step forward, two steps back.' Forrest lives in bell boots- the kind advertised to...Read More



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