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The Beauty of a Beginner Rider's Attitude

Cindy Sydnor reflects on the rider's learning process and the importance of an open mind.

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A Reminder That Progress in Dressage is Not Linear

Adult Amateur and DT blogger Carolyn Healy reflects on her challenging last year of dressage training and shares an important positive takeaway.

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The Art of Scribing in Dressage: A Beginner's Guide

If you're interested in scribing at a dressage show, check out these tips and advice from USEF “r” dressage judge Jacquelyn Stapel to help you get started.

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The Rider's Duty: Be an Advocate for Your Horse

Jane Savoie explains why it is important to speak up and be your horse's advocate when he's had enough for the day.

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The Beauty of Pressure-Free Riding

How my retired horse helped me realize that dressage training doesn't always have to be so serious

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Tips to Let Go and Find Suppleness in Your Body

Biomechanics Expert Susanne von Dietze critiques Vanessa Meeks at Second Level

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A U.S. Clinic with Dressage Legend Carl Hester

Get an inside look at this British dressage great's first clinic in America.

The Perfect Step to Your Personal Best

The Ride With The Best Program at Equine Affaire Massachusetts

Credit: Amy May

Life in the Arena and Beyond with Charlotte Bredahl-Baker

This accomplished rider finds purpose in sharing her knowledge with a younger generation in and out of the tack.

Credit: Emily Austin Photography Sandra Daugirda poses with Zee and clinician Lilo Fore.

The 10-Track Mind: A Dressage Lesson with Lilo Fore

10 key points for riding like a dressage professional

Lessons from a Dressage Clinic with Shannon Peters

Catherine Chamberlain shares how Shannon Peters helped her focus on solid basics, including rider position and the effects of the aids.