Sabine Ense explains what straightness means and how you can achieve it. Only a horse who is supple can be straight.
USDF gold medalist Dennis Callin explains how to keep an elastic feel on the outside rein.
Strengthen and supple your horse with a series of upward and downward transitions.
A discussion of this indispensable element in daily dressage training
Learn how to ride this helpful movement and understand its purpose and benefits.
Dressage Today blogger Jenna Arnold shares some advice on how to focus on the root of your training challenges, rather than the symptom. Plus, try her exercise of the month that hones in on square turns.
Inside the 2019 New England Dressage Association Symposium
Part 2: Olympian Sue Blinks shows how her multifaceted approach works in teaching movements like shoulder-in and piaffe.
Inside a session from the Old Master Series
Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.
It’s a movement any horse with proper training can do well.
Improve your horse’s straightness and contact with this dressage training exercise from Gerhard Politz.
Kathy Priest explains how the half pass can be broken up into two easier exercises and then put back together.
How elasticity and suppleness allow your horse to do his job well
How to achieve this must-have component of your horse’s dressage training