Training Tips to Correct a Horse Who Gets Too Strong In Canter
Elizabeth Madlener explains how address this issue
Refine Horse and Rider Balance to Correctly Channel Energy
Equestrian biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze critiques a Second-Level combination and suggests exercises to improve balance and prevent leaning.
Six Phases of a Second Level Ride with Hilda Gurney
FEI 'I' judge Hilda Gurney explains how to pull together the more advanced Second Level dressage movements and approach Second Level schooling sessions with planning and purpose.
How Long Will It Take for a Dressage Rider to Reach Grand Prix Level?
Charlotte Bredahl-Baker answers this reader question, explaining factors that will affect a rider's journey to Grand Prix level.
You Don't Need a Fancy Horse In Order to Score Well on Walk Pirouettes
It’s a movement any horse with proper training can do well.
At What Level In Dressage Are You Required to Sit the Trot?
Find out when you should be prepared to ride the sitting trot in dressage competition.
Introducing Your Dressage Horse to the Double Bridle
Gina Smith explains how to begin incorporating the double bridle in your work when your horse is ready for it.
How to Ride and Utilize Shoulder-In with Ernst Hoyos
Learn about this classical straightening exercise that produces throughness.
The Importance of Shoulder-in When Training the Dressage Horse
Dressage judge Sarah Geikie explains the importance of bend in riding the venerable shoulder-in exercise.