Dressage professional Gretchen DeMone answers this reader question.
Try this tip from Pam Stone.
Heidi Chote explains what it means for a horse to be "in front of the leg."
Ride your horse's hindquarters to create impulsion, suspension and balance, without confining his movement and rhythm.
10 key points for riding like a dressage professional
Olympian Sue Blinks discusses developing your dressage horse’s topline so it serves as a suspension bridge of musculature, making self-carriage possible.
Learn the true meaning of the term "forward" and how to put it to use in your dressage training.
An FEI judge gives exercises and advice for riders and judges.