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Dressage Solutions: Create More Impulsion and Lift at the Canter

Try this tip from Janie Rentz.

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Modify Your Horse’s Muscle Patterns

Understand why and how you should activate a greater range of muscles in your horse’s body. Plus learn how to find correct impulsion.

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How Do I Know If My Horse’s Hind End is Engaged Enough?

Dressage professional Gretchen DeMone answers this reader question.

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Dressage Solutions: To Know What Riding Forward with Impulsion Feels Like

Try this tip from Pam Stone.

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Dressage Solutions: To Know What Riding Forward with Impulsion Feels Like

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The Four Components of Impulsion

Joan Darnell explains how developing impulsion in dressage training requires more than just forwardness.

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Dressage Terminology Explained: “In Front of the Leg”

Heidi Chote explains what it means for a horse to be "in front of the leg."

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How to Help Your Horse Maintain Balance in Canter

Lisa Pierson answers a reader question and explains how to balance your horse in the canter with exercises to improve engagement.

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What is Doma Vaquera?

Manuel Trigo explains this Spanish term, which can be loosely translated as a Spanish version of Western dressage.

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How to Use the Dressage Pyramid of Training

Use this conceptual tool to help your riding in a practical way.

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