Injury

be a better dressage client by amy k dragoo

10 Ways to Be a Better Dressage Client

Advice to help you build a healthy, lasting relationship with the dressage professional in your life

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Horses, Heartbreak and Why We Still Can’t Live Without Them

Reflections on the highs and lows of life with horses

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Unmounted Fitness Exercises for Mature Dressage Riders

Rider fitness tips to improve flexibility, mobility and strength for the over-40 rider

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What You Need to Know About Cold Therapy for Horses

For acute injury to soft tissues, including fascia, muscle, tendon and/or ligament tissue, ice is often the first and best treatment

Premier Equestrian horse and footing at Steffen Peters Farm, California Credit Premier Equestrian

Find Your Dressage Arena Footing

Researchers and footing providers tell stories that reflect the current state of arena footing.

Inferior Check Ligament Horse

An Overview of the Inferior Check Ligament in Horses

Take a closer look at this important soft-tissue structure in the equine athlete.

Credit: Nancy Jaffer Ankle stretches can be done on the stairs at your home or on the mounting block as you’re warming up for your ride.

Riding Dressage After Injury

A New Jersey physician and horsewoman helps her patients return to riding after an injury.

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A Quick Checklist for Equine Insurance

Find an equine insurance plan that is right for you and your horse by following this checklist.