A Jolly Good Ferro: in Praise of this Famous Dressage Bloodline
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster, Lucas, who is a KWPN by Negro (by Ferro).
Blogger Pam Stone: Beginning a Journey with a New Lifelong Equine Partner
Pam reflects on the search for and arrival of Lucas, a 3-year-old Negro gelding with a great brain, a big canter and lots of promise.
The Beauty of a Beginner Rider’s Attitude
Cindy Sydnor reflects on the rider's learning process and the importance of an open mind.
Don’t Give Up on Your Dressage Dreams
Canadian Olympian Belinda Trussell shares her story of perseverance
Keys to a Rewarding Dressage Journey
Maryal Barnett explains an important aspect of dressage training.
Let’s Remember Why We Do Dressage
In a sport that often encourages us to focus on achieving goals, Janet "Dolly" Hannon reminds us of a critical element in the dressage journey that should not be forgotten.
The Rider’s Duty: Be an Advocate for Your Horse
Jane Savoie explains why it is important to speak up and be your horse's advocate when he's had enough for the day.
An Untalented Rider’s Perspective: 16 Skills Anyone Can Master to Be a Better Horseperson
Dressage Today's Lindsay Paulsen reflects on the ways we can all improve as riders, regardless of talent level or resources.
Here’s to the Horsewomen
In honor of International Women's Day, DT's Lindsay Paulsen reflects on the influential horsewomen who have shaped her life.
Dressage Gives Alex Wings
Learning dressage helps one rider with autism and cerebral palsy establish success and confidence in all aspects of his life.