Lisa Pierson explains the importance of learning to develop the rider’s seat as an aid that is independent and effective.
Successful riding at the upper levels of dressage begins with teaching your horse to come through his back with a long neck and go to the hand.
Learn how to refine your aids to a whisper as you progress in dressage training.
Dr. Gerd Heuschmann explores what it means to be a responsible rider in his book, Balancing Act: The Horse in Sport—An Irreconcilable Conflict?
The seat bone seems to me like one of the most important aids the rider has. How do I weight it correctly when riding a volte, circle or shoulder-in?
Learn these fundamentals of a good rider and their influence over the horse