What is the Difference Between Rhythm and Tempo in Dressage?
Heather Blitz explains the difference between these two terms used commonly in dressage.
9 Training Tips from German Dressage Olympian Dorothee Schneider
Inside the 2019 New England Dressage Association Symposium
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.
The Secret Behind a Springy Trot: Lead and Keep Your Horse's Rhythm
Susanne von Dietze explains how creating and maintaining rhythm will allow your horse to produce a springy trot.
Pedaling: A Technique to Improve Your Dressage Horse's Walk
How pedaling can help your horse develop rhythmic suppleness in his back
Dressage Solutions: How to Tell When Your Horse Is Forward Enough
Try this tip from Chris Hickey.
Sharon McCusker's Favorite Dressage Training Exercise: Canter Transitions
These transitions, when done properly, keep the dressage horse forward, loose and working through his body.
How Can I Keep My Horse Bending in the Walk Pirouette?
Kristina Harrison answers this reader question.
How to Distinguish Between the Various Kinds of Trot in Dressage
Melonie Kessler explains the difference between working, medium, lengthened and extended trot.