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Cross-Training for Dressage Horse and Rider

Plus Cold-Weather Nutrition Tips

As the days grow cooler and shorter, we find ourselves spending more time in the indoor arena. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be boring, if you can be clever about how you utilize the space! In our article with Nicholas Fyffe, learn about how cross-training with pole-work can help to spice up your training and provide mental and physical benefits!

And as the seasons change, don’t forget to adjust your horse’s diet to suit his evolving needs! Learn more about how to do that in this issue!

Included in this issue of the Dressage Today Extra:

Nutrition Tips for Cold Weather

Cross-Training for Horse and Rider with Nicholas Fyffe

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