Go Down to Go Up: Promoting Relaxation in the Horse's Back
Dressage Today blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster Lucas and details her observations on gaining access to his back.
6 Exercises to Develop Your Dressage Horse's Relaxation
George Williams shares his system to teach your dressage horse to respond to your aids.
4 Signs You Are Riding Your Dressage Horse Too Short in the Neck
A short neck indicates a problem in the connection and the early steps of the dressage pyramid of training—rhythm, relaxation, seeking the contact. William Solyntjes discusses four symptoms of a short neck.
There Is No Secret to Putting Your Horse "On the Bit"
Accomplished event rider and USDF gold medalist Jeremy Beale answers a reader question, explaining how skilled riders use finesse and feel, rather than strength, to teach their horses to look for the bit.
How to Ride Correct Flying Changes on an Overeager Horse
Janet "Dolly" Hannon explains how to help your horse understand this movement.
Building Power In Relaxation with Hubertus Schmidt
A top German dressage professional explains how to make your horse active and cadenced without losing relaxation.
Karen Pavicic: How Stretching Can Benefit Your Horse
A Canadian team rider explains how to develop the horse’s back to create qualities needed for dressage horses at every level.
7 Dressage Philosophy Lessons I Learned from Yoga Class
As a yoga newbie, DT's managing editor discovers surprising parallels between dressage and yoga.
The 10-Track Mind: A Dressage Lesson with Lilo Fore
10 key points for riding like a dressage professional
Develop the Quality of Submission in Your Dressage Horse with Helen Langehanenberg
German dressage star Helen Langehanenberg explains the training quality of submission and shares how you can develop it in your horse.
George Williams' Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids
George Williams gives you nine exercises to become more effective with the application and timing of your aids.
Go Back to Basics to Build a Solid Training Foundation
Instead of a quick fix or short cut, go back to basics to build a solid foundation of training.