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Submission Guidelines

Dressage Today is your magazine, and we encourage your participation in generating each issue's content. Send your queries and submissions to the following departments. Acceptance will be decided upon submission. In addition, let us know what topics or article ideas you'd like to see us cover. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Clinic: In this monthly column, our guest clinician critiques your photos. Submit a jpg or tiff file, with 300 dpi resolution at about four inches by six inches. Images should be about 900 KB or 1 MB in size.

Ask the Experts: The dressage community's most respected riders, trainers and judges, together with equine health-care professionals and business consultants, answer reader questions about dressage training and horse ownership. Send us your toughest questions.

Instructor Spotlight: Clinics and symposiums offer insights and inspiration from top dressage professionals. Share the valuable lessons you've learned in a 800- to 1,200-word account of the instructor's techniques for improving performance.

Letters: Let us know your thoughts on any article you've read in Dressage Today.

Dressage People: Throughout the country, dressage riders are making news. In 800 to 1,200 words, tell us about someone who stands out in your area.

Sires & Dams: Whether your favorite dressage horse is a warmblood, an Andalusian or an American breed, in an 800- to 1,200-word story, tell us about a breeding issue you think is important, including bloodlines, trends, 100-day testing or showing in-hand.

Transitions: Virtually all riders have experienced a moment that epitomizes the special relationship dressage enthusiasts have with their horses. Tell your story in 800 to 1,200 words and send a photograph (300 dpi resolution, about 4 by 6 inches).

Viewpoint: This column welcomes differing points of view. Dressage Today offers this platform for qualified individuals to examine an aspect of dressage as a competitive activity or a training tool.

Feature articles: We are always interested in well-written training articles. You are welcomed to send a completed article (under 2,500 words) for review.Please give us several months to get back to you regarding submissions.

Note: Dressage Today does not accept multiple submissions--articles that have been submitted to other publications or have been published elsewhere in print or on the Internet. There is no pay for department submissions.

Where to Send Submissions

Dressage Today
Editorial Department
656 Quince Orchard Rd., Suite 600
Gaithersburg, MD 20878