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The Clinic with Susanne von Dietze: August 2014
This photo shows Marlene Morin riding Litigator, a 19-year-old... read more

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It's Never Too Late
I owe my late-life pleasure to two dressage instructors: Summer... read more

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"Never, Never Quit"
"Yes, it is nice to go to dinner at times,” says Barisone. “But... read more

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The Flexion Test
The purpose of the flexion test is to aid in identifying the... read more

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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


Remember To Smile

Like a Kid in a Candy Shop!

by Pam Stone
Well, you could have knocked me down with a feather when, a week before WEG, I picked up a voicemail on my cell phone (couldn't answer while mucking stalls) from a gentleman......Read More


Remember To Smile

Slow and Steady

by Pam Stone
I have to say, this was just what was needed: To leave the canter, for now, and simply focus on helping Forrest confirm his connection into the trot, before we go any further. Yes, he can trot......Read More


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The "Right" Way!

by Pam Stone
I intend to follow a piece of advice gleaned from a Dressage Today article, years ago, with Monica Theodorescu, who said the trot serpentine is just about the best exercise one can ride as it works each hind leg evenly, without over working one or the other. ...Read More



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