Grand Prix Dressage

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How Long Will It Take for a Dressage Rider to Reach Grand Prix Level?

Charlotte Bredahl-Baker answers this reader question, explaining factors that will affect a rider's journey to Grand Prix level.

Jessica Jo Tate made the biggest impression on the judges with Faberge during the final ride of the evening.

Report from Dressage at Devon 2018

As always, the Grand Prix freestyle was the highlight of the special autumn show on Philadelphia’s Main Line, but there was a different cast of characters this year.

WEG U.S. silver medalists Kasey Perry-Glass, Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters and Laura Graves

FEI World Equestrian Games Tryon 2018: Dressage Team Medals

Germany continues to dominate as the world champion dressage nation, but the U.S. is getting closer to the glint of gold with a sterling silver medal effort

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The 2018 World Equestrian Games

The United States welcomes back the world’s best in equestrian sport.

Canada’s Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu stepped up to take the Dressage at Devon Grand Prix Freestyle with All In

Postcard: 2017 Dressage at Devon

Canadians (and a former Canadian) swept the big classes at the USA’s iconic autumn show.

Hilda Gurney works with Luminence, her 12-year-old Oldenburg gelding by her Trakehner stallion Leonidas.

Develop Piaffe with Hilda Gurney: Part 1

How half steps start the process of teaching a horse to piaffe

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Postcard: 2017 Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions

The competitors who dominated the Intermediaire I, Grand Prix and Under 25 national dressage championships at the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, N.J. had something special in common.

Isabell Werth demonstrated why she is the number one dressage rider in the world with a precise performance on Wiehegold OLD.

Postcard: 2017 FEI World Cup Dressage Final - Grand Prix

Today’s competition set the stage for Saturday’s freestyle title match, with world number one Isabell Werth of Germany topping the roster.

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Shannon Dueck: Riding Dressage Through Breast Cancer

Grand Prix dressage trainer Shannon Dueck discusses horses, happiness and how battling cancer transformed her attitude forever.

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Isabell Werth's Secrets to Success

A Q&A with one of the most famed riders in the sport of dressage

Credit: Copyright, Arnd Bronkhorst - Arnd.nl Arena work is only about 20 percent of our entire training session. Though I may be on Parzival for an hour and a half, he gets a 20-minute walk and 20-minute cooldown. I start in the woods and warm up on the track first.

Adelinde Cornelissen: Horse and Rider Fitness for Dressage

Olympian Adelinde Cornelissen discusses horse and human fitness and shares how she goes beyond the arena to train for success in international dressage competition.

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Fit and Prepared for Grand Prix Dressage with Jan Brons

Jan Brons explains his Grand Prix dressage training philosophy for the dressage horse and rider in this Q&A.

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The Future of International Dressage Sport

The future of dressage sport is at a crossroads. Is it entertainment for the audience, or is it about examining classical training for horses? Or can it be both? Christoph Hess discusses in this article.