Dressage Life: Straightness and Balance in the Horse
A tenacious back injury opens a dressage rider's eyes to the real meaning of developing straightness and balance in her horse.
How to Use the Training Scale to Simplify and Troubleshoot Your Dressage Training
Dressage Today blogger Jenna Arnold shares some advice on how to focus on the root of your training challenges, rather than the symptom. Plus, try her exercise of the month that hones in on square turns.
When the Dressage Training Scale Comes to Life
Blogger Pam Stone reflects on the beauty of dressage theory—and the reward that comes from its correct application.
Is There Breed Bias In Dressage Judging?
Dressage judge Kathy Rowse answers this reader question and discusses the duties of a dressage judge.
Marilyn Heath: What A Dressage Judge Wants to See
USEF “S” judge Marilyn Heath offers her view on what she wants to see from dressage riders and their horses.
How to Use the Dressage Pyramid of Training
Use this conceptual tool to help your riding in a practical way.
How to Assess Progress in Your Dressage Training
Jan Brons explains steps you can take to avoid frustration for you and your horse as you move forward in your training.
Is the Training Scale Fit for Iberian Horses?
Matt McLaughlin answers this reader question.
The 10-Track Mind: A Dressage Lesson with Lilo Fore
10 key points for riding like a dressage professional