An Admission of Apathy: The Tale of a Dressage Amateur
Dressage Today blogger and Adult Amateur dressage rider Jennifer Wuorinen shares an honest account of recent burnout.
Kudos to Dressage Horse Owners and Adult Amateur Riders
Let’s appreciate the people who support our sport.
Juggling Dressage, Work and Family : Advice for the Multitasking Dressage Rider
A few tips to help busy dressage riders find balance
10 Things (of Questionable Usefulness) to Do As a Self-Isolated Equestrian
DT blogger and Adult Amateur dressage rider Jennifer Wuorinen shares a lighthearted and humorous perspective on life as an equestrian stuck at home.
A Fair-Weather Friend’s Guide to Winterizing Your Outdoor Riding Plan
DT blogger and Adult Amateur Jennifer Wuorinen discusses her winter riding goal—and her various attempts to achieve it—with humor and realism.
Confessions of a Proud, Fairly Average Adult Amateur Dressage Rider
Meet Jennifer Wuorinen, winner of the Adult Amateur division in Dressage Today's 2019 Blogger Contest! In her debut blog, she discusses anxiety, her Drum Horse and the many roles she juggles as an equine enthusiast.
5 Exercises for Rider Suppleness with Jessica Jo Tate
Learn how to use your "absorbing joints" to better follow your horse's motion.
Back to Basics: A Masterclass with Charlotte Dujardin
An Adult Amateur's perspective
The Balance Between Humility and Confidence in the Saddle
An Adult Amateur dressage rider's musings
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.
Preparing the Young Dressage Horse for Success, Part 2
Experts continue to gain the trust of a young dressage horse through relaxation and respect.
Shopping for Quality Dressage Horses in the United States
Dressage experts discuss the pros and cons of horse shopping at home in the U.S.