Straightness and Suppleness for the Dressage Horse
Sabine Ense explains what straightness means and how you can achieve it. Only a horse who is supple can be straight.
How to Ride the Half Halt with Jan Ebeling
The half halt is a combination of forward aids and restricting aids that will put your horse in balance and on the bit.
Annie Morris: My Equestrian Life in Portugal During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Part 2
In this article, Annie Morris shares an update on her life in Portugal while explaining some helpful dressage exercises ridden on long lines that focus on alignment.
Annie Morris: My Equestrian Life in Portugal During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Longtime Dressage Today contributor Annie Morris shares how COVID-19 has affected her equestrian lifestyle in Portugal.
Dressage Solutions: Create Throughness with Correct Bend
Try this tip from Annie Morris.
Pedaling: A Technique to Improve Your Dressage Horse’s Walk
How pedaling can help your horse develop rhythmic suppleness in his back
How to Develop “Feel” as a Dressage Rider and Find Harmony with Your Horse
Explore the definition of "feel" and the prerequisites for it, then try some exercises to develop it yourself.
5 Exercises for Rider Suppleness with Jessica Jo Tate
Learn how to use your "absorbing joints" to better follow your horse's motion.
How to Use Correct Body Alignment to Ride Bending Lines
Use correct body alignment to ride a bending line with true connection.
Straightness: How to Align the Horse
Katherine Bateson-Chandler explains how it is the job of the rider to make the horse as even on both sides as possible, therefore improving his straightness.