Dressage professional Gretchen DeMone answers this reader question.
Try this tip from Volker Brommann.
A horse's hind legs work in three ways: thrusting power, reach and carrying power.
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.
Debbie Rodriguez explains how to decipher the phrase "go forward," among other terms that are frequently used by trainers and clinicians.
Susan Mandas discusses the value of understanding the mechanics of motion.
Add expression by riding the coiled spring.
USDF gold medalist John Zopatti offers an honest opinion on wiggly fingers