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Think Forward: Life Lessons from the Dressage Arena

Blogger Pam Stone shares observations on the parallels between challenges in riding technique and personal life.

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Pam Stone: To Everybody Who Says Arabians Are Nuts

Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.

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Pam Stone: Transforming Party Girl's Movement from "Pretty" to "Dynamic"

In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on Party Girl, an Arabian mare who is returning to work after spending 5 years in a field.

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Training Dressage Horses With Willing Minds but Weak Bodies

In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on another Arabian, named Party Girl, who has come her way for training.

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Pam Stone: Growing from Strength to Strength

Blogger Pam Stone discusses how some great dressage partners come in small packages.

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Pam Stone: Another Month, Another Arabian

Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on the latest addition to her barn: a 14.1-hand Arabian.

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Pam Stone: The Beauty (And Challenges) of Winter Riding

Blogger Pam Stone shares some of the highs and lows of her winter in Tryon, North Carolina.

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Pam Stone: Along Comes an Arabian

Blogger Pam Stone shares some details about her newest training challenge: an Arabian who is a recent convert to dressage.

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The 2018 US Dressage Finals Set to Begin

Follow the action from the US Dressage Finals via live-streaming on the USEF Network.

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Arabians From All Sides

Blogger and judge Margaret Freeman shares her observations from judging at a recent Arabian show.

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Dressage: It's All About The Journey

Blogger Pam Stone continues her search for a new "Cinderella Project."

Credit: LA Horstman Photography Rider position and balance affect everything—the horse’s rhythm and tempo, his longitudinal and lateral balance and his willingness to go forward and come back. It’s our job to work with our conformation and that of our horses to find our core strength and balance in the saddle and to maintain them every single time we ride. Shannon Peters rides Weltino’s Magic, a Westphalian gelding owned by Jen and Bruce Hlavacek.

Dressage Position 101 with Shannon Peters

Become a more effective rider by finding and keeping your balance in the saddle.

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Can Your Dressage Training Improve with Limited Time in the Saddle?

Lauren Sprieser explains how to make progress even with time constraints on your opportunity to ride.