How Can I Achieve Suppleness on the Left Rein?
Fran Kehr shares her advice on suppling the horse and suggests exercises to help you shift your horse's balance.
Dressage Terminology Explained: “Quick Behind”
USEF 'S' dressage judge Janet "Dolly" Hannon explains what it means for a horse to be "quick behind" and why this quality is important in developing dressage horses.
Why Do Gifted Dressage Horses Progress at a Faster Rate?
Two reasons why the guideline for the training of young, gifted dressage horses differs slightly from average horses.
Colonic Ulcers in the Dressage Horse
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
Create Energy in Your Dressage Horse
Tom Noone explains how to address this common problem in dressage training by improving your horse's response to your aids.
Bloodline Analysis: Bavarian Warmblood Lorenzo
Why this gelding embodies the successful outcome of a long-term breeding strategy
Dressage: It’s All About The Journey
Blogger Pam Stone continues her search for a new "Cinderella Project."
Activate Your Dressage Horse’s Motor
Learn what correct activity is and how the rider can use her aids to activate her horse’s motor.
Ingrid Klimke on Cross-Training with Cavalletti
Follow Ingrid Klimke’s six-week plan for dressage horses and see her sample cavalletti layouts.
How Can I Keep My Dressage Horse Happy and Fit?
USDF gold medalist Gigi Nutter gives advice on how to keep a dressage horse content and willing in his work while maintaining his fitness.