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Adult Amateur Dressage Riders Who Excel
As Adult Amateurs, these dressage competitors have found a way to defy any preconceived notions to thrive amidst professionals at the top level of sport.
Rethink Your Equine Deworming Strategy
Is your approach to deworming your horse keeping him healthy or contributing to a bigger problem of parasite resistance?
10 Ways to Stay Safe and Healthy at Horse Shows
Learn what measures you can take to reduce the risk of invisible disease dangers.
Debunking Winter Horse-Care Myths
Experts respond to some common winter horse-care misconceptions.
From Feedlot to Dressage Finals
How one Adult Amateur and her rescued Pinto made it to the 2016 U.S. Dressage Finals.
Dressage in Faraway Places
Enthusiasts living in remote areas find creative ways to overcome challenges of distance and isolation in order to enjoy the sport they love.
Get Familiar with Drug and Medication Rules
Every competitor should be familiar with the USEF Drugs and Medications Program before her horse ever goes down centerline.
How a Former Stock-Seat Champion Found Success at the 2016 U.S. Dressage Finals
Forty years after winning her first national title in Kentucky, Terri Sue Wensinger of Dallas, Texas, found herself back in the bluegrass competing on the national stage again, but this time in a different saddle.
An In-Depth Look at Colic Prevention
With the rigors of dressage training and competition, learn what you can do to help protect your mount from the No. 1 killer of horses.
Find the Bit That Fits
Bits are a critical piece of equipment for your dressage horse, but finding and fitting the right one can be a daunting task.