International Travel

Credit: Diane E. Barber The entrance to the 16th century hacienda at Epona Equestrian Center is nestled in the Spanish countryside in Carmona, Spain.

An Andalusian Dressage Adventure

California dressage riders travel to Spain to train with Rafael Soto at Epona Equestrian Center.

Credit: Arnd Bronkhorst- American riders will notice differences in European show management, dressage tests and systems of levels.

An International Perspective on Dressage Competition

Examining the differences in dressage-competition structure in Europe

Credit: Courtesy of ANCCE and Diane E. Barber Horse-drawn carriages alongside Cathedral de Santa Maria de la Sede (the largest Gothic cathedral in the world) await SICAB visitors for Seville city tours.

An Annual PRE Celebration

Travel with Dressage Today to the 2015 Salon International del Caballo in Seville, Spain

Credit: Diane E. Barber, Courtesy of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Traditional riders outside the Royal School's iconic indoor arena

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art

An inside look into the school that preserves the heritage of the purebred Spanish horse

Credit: Courtesy, Jec Ballou Il Paretaio feels like a home away from home for riders who have steeped themselves in classical dressage. With several young instructors and more than 20 high-quality school horses, it also caters to new or novice riders in addition to advanced dressage students.

Lessons from a Dressage Riding Vacation in Italy

The journey to an Italian dressage school opens one rider’s eyes to the essence of equestrian art.

Credit: Courtesy, Katie Foster (From left) Jennifer Baumert, Molly Eastridge, Jontelle Forbus, Anabel Balkenhol, Molly Maloney, Hannah Pierucci and Katie Foster

A Horse Lover's Dream Trip to Europe

Four Young Riders share important tips they learned from top horse professionals in our sport.

Credit: Keron Psillas Seeing Lusitanos perform in Brazil and France inspired Keron’s trip to Portugal.

Home of the Lusitano: Ribatejo, Portugal

Keron Psillas explores this horse capital.

Credit: Hilary Moore Hebert The view of the Spanish countryside. The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez.

Baroque Passion and Spirit in Andalusia, Spain

Hilary Moore Hebert explores this hotbed of equestrian activity.

Credit: Grandioso III and his owner, Kim Boyer

Grandioso III: A PRE's Rise to Fame

The story of a top PRE and his owner’s efforts to take him to international success

Credit: JustWorld International

The Equestrian Community Gives Back

JustWorld International and Horseware Ireland are just a few who help raise funds for a Cambodian school.

Credit: Courtesy, Dressage Foundation The 2012 participants: (from left) Nicole Del Giorno, Jaclyn Pepper, Catherine Chamberlain and Jenna Detandt

A European Dressage Adventure

Behind the scenes of The Dressage Foundation’s trip for Young Riders.

Credit: Paul Paquette Jessica Paquette riding Quint, the 8-year-old Canadian Warmblood she co-owns.

Embracing Amateur Status

A Young Rider ventures to Europe and finds new appreciation for her amateur status.

Credit: Dirk Caremans Germany’s Helen Langehanenberg demonstrates lightness on the 8-year-old stallion, Rohjuwel.

Training the Happy Dressage Athlete

A Report from the 2012 Global Dressage Forum in the Netherlands, featuring experts such as Adelinde Cornelissen