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How Can We Attract More Riders to Dressage?

USDF gold medalist Beth Glosten suggests enticing newbies by sharing with them the benefits of dressage

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How Dressage Horses Benefit from Variety

Courtney King-Dye explains the importance of days off, hack days and regular turnout.

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A Word On Cross Training in Dressage

Dressage Today Intern Nenah Mikuska's reflections on cross-training for dressage horses.

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Dressage Horse Breeding at Dalhem

Hans-Yngve Göransson shares how he finds success in dressage horse breeding to create horses like Jan Brink's Briar.

Credit: Silke Rottermann Long, straight lines going up a gradual slope, interspersed with some steeper grades, will work wonders for strengthening a horse’s haunches and creating a more uphill balance.

How to Remedy Forging in Dressage Horses

Joy Congdon explains some common causes of forging and shares some simple, fun ways to help strengthen your horse.

Lauren Sprieser and Karateka III, an 11-year-old Pura Raza Española (PRE) stallion, prove that a tailored training program can result in an all-around mount capable of producing a zippy Grand Prix test or going on a quiet hack.

Riding The Laid-Back Dressage Horse with Lauren Sprieser

Get the most out of your cool-tempered dressage horse with these exercises and tips.