Yvonne Barteau explains that the best connection starts from nothing but an independent relaxed seat and the quiet, neutral absence of aids.
Improve your horse’s straightness and contact with this dressage training exercise from Gerhard Politz.
How elasticity and suppleness allow your horse to do his job well
These transitions, when done properly, keep the dressage horse forward, loose and working through his body.
USDF gold medalist John Zopatti offers an honest opinion on wiggly fingers
Try this tip from Robert Dover.
Jennifer Roth explains this important lesson in dressage.
USDF “S” judge Marilyn Heath offers advice on how to tell if your dressage horse is going with his poll at the highest point and his nose slightly in front of the vertical.
German dressage star Helen Langehanenberg explains the training quality of submission and shares how you can develop it in your horse.
FEI trainer Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel explains the training tools that can motivate and guide the horse to create positive tension and carry himself in a dressage frame.