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Season 2, Episode 13
Experts provide tips to help horse and rider safely handle extreme heat. Plus, advice on returning to riding after an injury and how to prevent them.
Season 2 Episode 12—Hear from the groom of Adrienne Lyle’s Olympic mount Salvino.
Todd Flettrich and Ruth Hogan-Poulsen demonstrate how driving aids can help increase your horse's responsiveness.
Season 2, Episode 11
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel explains how the rider's balance influences the horse’s balance.
Dressage Today's Content Manager Stephanie Ruff shares her experience of attending her first big dressage event.
Competition shined under the lights at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel works with a rider on balancing the inside and outside aids to influence the horse’s line of travel and tempo.
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel works with a rider and a tense mare who tends to curl and get rigid in her neck
Listen to co-hosts Stephanie Ruff and Aviva Nebesky share stories of their horse history, and Aviva answers a listener’s question in her segment "Ask the L."Then Stephanie interviews international Grand Prix competitor Todd Flettrich.
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel works with a rider to fine tune straight lines, serpentines and bend required for training level.
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel works with a rider to evenly engage the hind end and create a more relaxed tempo.
In this special Olympic podcast, sponsored by Vita Flex, co-hosts Stephanie and Aviva share recent personal news, and Aviva answers another great question in "Ask the L." Then listen in on their interview with leading Olympic contender Adrienne Lyle as she talks about her background, her horses and her Olympic experience. Enjoy!
This video shows Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel working with a rider on lightening her seat.
Listen in to co-hosts Stephanie Ruff and Aviva Nebesky sharing stories of their current horses and Aviva answering a listener’s question in her segment "Ask the L."Then Stephanie interviews international Grand Prix competitor Shannon Dueck.
Meet Dressage Today! In our debut episode, we–Jennifer Mellace and Lindsay Paulsen—introduce ourselves as your hosts. We’re two adult amateurs who are passionate about horses and the sport of dressage. In this episode, we’re talking about our equestrian backgrounds and some of the greatest challenges we have faced in our own time with horses.
Silva Martin encourages clinic riders to ride forward and straight. PLUS, insights to help your horse recover from a challenging training session.
In this episode of the Dressage Today Podcast, we look forward to a time when we are able to vacation again. We have a great conversation with Stacey Adams of Active Riding Trips. We chat about dreamy equestrian vacations, some of her most memorable travel experiences, advice on scoring the best deals and tips for packing and gear. Enjoy!
New hosts Stephanie Ruff and Aviva Nebesky introduce themselves and premier a new segment called "Ask the L." Then Stephanie interviews FEI 5* Judge Janet Foy about her lifelong devotion to horses and dressage.
Dutch Olympians Edward Gal and Hans Peter Minderhoud share advice on how to make dressage look easy. Plus, special considerations for the senior dressage horse.
In this episode of the Dressage Today Podcast, equipment expert and USDF gold medalist Stephanie Brown-Beamer joins us for a chat about bit and bridle fit.
A conversation with saddle-fit expert Jochen Schleese
Be prepared for any odd job around the barn with these everyday items
USDF gold medalist Dennis Callin explains how to keep an elastic feel on the outside rein.