For close to 25 years, Dressage Today has provided readers with hundreds of training articles and stories from the sport we love and made you a valued part of the Dressage Today family. Today, our family, like any other, is growing and changing with the times. The biggest change is the merging of Dressage Today print with our sister publication, Practical Horseman. Some of you may be familiar with Practical Horseman, which has brought how-to training, health and lifestyle articles to subscribers for more than 40 years. Now, this iconic training magazine will not only offer larger issues, but will also provide more in-depth dressage training features as well as some popular columns from Dressage Today, including “Clinic with Susanne von Dietze” and “Solutions.” To do this, Practical Horseman will come to you quarterly, with spring, summer, fall and winter issues.

In addition, there are a ton of exciting things planned for to enhance the digital offerings, including a more robust online presence with articles, weekly podcasts with trainers and health experts, increased social-media coverage from our travels and specific how-to training videos for our video subscription site

We’re excited about the future and hope you will join us in our journey. For subscription questions, please contact our customer service department at or call (877) 717-8929 or (386) 447-6317.

Dressage Today is dedicated to the fast-growing sport of dressage–a French term meaning “training.” We are unique–the only magazine that focuses on in-depth step-by-step training articles every month. In addition to training, readers get articles on the latest innovations in the care and feeding of dressage horses, rider fitness, news of the dressage world and profiles of top horses and riders.
The mission of Dressage Today is to give riders a foundation for training their horses, to encourage the pursuit of a harmonious partnership between them, and to promote the sport of dressage.

English Content Director: Sandra Oliynyk

Director of Art and Production: Philip Cooper

Advisory Council

Maryal Barnett, Charles de Kunffy, Janet Foy, Lendon Gray, Anne Gribbons, Hilda Gurney, Scott Hassler, Josef Knipp, Sally O’Connor, Karin Reid Offield, Lynn Palm, Steffen Peters, Gary Rockwell, Jane Savoie, Rafael Soto, Axel Steiner, Cindy Sydnor, Dr. Enzo Truppa, Mariette Withages-Dieltjens, Linda Zang

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