Dressage Today Extra
Tips to Break the 70-Percent Dressage Test Score Barrier
Plus: What Your Horse’s Tail Tells You
How to Correct a Lateral Walk
Learn how to diagnose and treat a lateral walk by establishing a correct connection.
The Rider’s Duty: Be an Advocate for Your Horse
Jane Savoie explains why it is important to speak up and be your horse's advocate when he's had enough for the day.
Colonic Ulcers in the Dressage Horse
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
What Your Horse’s Tail Says About His Health
Your horse’s tail can be a barometer for many different issues going on in the body.
The World Equestrian Games Are On!
Blogger and USEF dressage judge Margaret Freeman shares her unique perspective of WEG as a Tryon-area local.
Should You Be Concerned About Equine Windpuffs?
Any horse in a consistent training program is a possible candidate to develop windpuffs, and most older horses who have had a long career in competitive sport have them.
Exercises for a Horse Heavy on the Forehand
Raul de Leon answers a reader's question on how to cope with a horse that is heavy on the forehand.
The Benefits of Cold Therapy for Sport Horses
There are many modalities for providing cold therapy that range from low-tech to high-tech.
Are Sheath Noises Associated with Tension?
Ida Norris answers this reader-submitted question, explaining that sheath noise is caused by tensing of the muscles, primarily over the back.