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Charles de Kunffy Explains the Meaning of “Forward"
Learn the true meaning of the term "forward" and how to put it to... read more

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Extra Insurance for Your Dressage Horse
Here are 10 types of lesser-known coverage you might want to... read more

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Theory

How Do I Weight My Inside Seat Bone Correctly?
We all have had a chance to admire a talented rider who performs... read more

Health & Fitness

Living with a Bone Chip
When it comes to treating an older horse who has been showing... read more

Dressage Today Reader's Report

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Blogs

Remember To Smile

From Strength to Strength

by Pam Stone
Keenly aware that our 12 month "Cinderella Project" is drawing to a close, my focus for Forrest remains balance and strength. Consistent enough in the connection and straightness, I've introduced......Read More


Remember To Smile

The Canter

by Pam Stone
The important thing is to remember, I think, is a quote by Klaus Balkenhol during an interview regarding progress: "You go faster by going slower." For me, that means training without tension, resisting the temptation to 'get that right canter if it's the last thing we do today' (or whatever the goal is) and always return to basics the moment a problem rears its head....Read More


Adrienne Lyle

In Praise of Pony Club

by Adrienne Lyle
I grew up in the U.S. Pony Club system, so I'm always looking for ways to give back. I recently donated a lesson for a fundraiser of our local Pony Club chapter, but it also benefited me......Read More


Remember To Smile

A Trot Day

by Pam Stone
Once, when I had been frustrated during a ride because I had hoped to work on flying changes but ended up releasing that ambition as it became apparent my horse was so tense during the warm up, all I......Read More


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