Dressage Today Extra
Developing a Happy Dressage Horse • Horse Show Biosecurity￼
A Grand Prix dressage rider shares tips for in the barn and under saddle to develop a happy dressage horse. Plus, two veterinarians explain that illness—the invisible danger to show horses—is very real, and how to combat it.
Are You Ready to Move Up to Second Level?
Kate Fleming-Kuhn explains how to be sure you and your dressage horse are prepared before moving up a level.
Here’s to the Donnerhalls
Celebrating the special people who support our lives with horses
You Get More Than One Fresh Start
As we begin a new year, Dressage Today's Lindsay Paulsen shares how her 2018 had a rocky start but ended with smiles.
The Slow Death of Dressage: The Horse Show Entry
A longtime dressage competitor explains why she believes the multitude of required memberships and complicated show entries are a detriment to the sport.
The Beauty of Pressure-Free Riding
How my retired horse helped me realize that dressage training doesn't always have to be so serious
The Value and Cost of Electronic Scribing for Dressage Tests
Blogger and USEF dressage judge Margaret Freeman speaks from personal experience to discuss the perks and drawbacks of electronic scribing and scoring.
The Joy of Volunteering at Dressage Competitions
A long-time Kentucky Dressage Association volunteer shares her meaningful experience.
Develop a Pre-Competition Ritual
Pre-competition rituals can help ground you when nerves hit hard.
The Role of Showmanship in Dressage Tests
Margaret Freeman explains the art of presenting your horse in the best light to the judge.