Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel—Riding the Neck Up and Out
Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel works with a rider and a tense mare who tends to curl and get rigid in her neck
10 Tips to Find the Right Stallion for Your Mare
Wanja Gerlach shares advice to help you select a stallion to best complement your mare.
Do Upper-Level Dressage Mares Require Unique Management?
Gail Hoff-Caromona shares her thoughts on handling mares.
One Heart, One Creature Heading to X in the Dressage Arena
Grand Prix competitor Allison Kavey reflects on the ultimate test of horse and rider as it relates to dragon taming and medical miracles.
Horses, Heartbreak and Why We Still Can’t Live Without Them
Reflections on the highs and lows of life with horses
Pam Stone: To Everybody Who Says Arabians Are Nuts
Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.
I am a Mare Person
A tribute to the good mares who own me
Training Dressage Horses With Willing Minds but Weak Bodies
In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on another Arabian, named Party Girl, who has come her way for training.
The Girls Dominate Dressage at the World Equestrian Games
Blogger and USEF dressage judge Margaret Freeman shares her unique perspective of WEG as a Tryon-area local.
The Mare Matters in Sporthorse Breeding
Five top European breeders talk about the importance of the mare in sporthorse breeding and the qualities she needs to produce talented, rideable offspring.