9 Training Tips from German Dressage Olympian Dorothee Schneider
Inside the 2019 New England Dressage Association Symposium
Rhythm and Tempo with Ali Brock, Part 1
U.S. dressage Olympian Ali Brock explains the terms with a focus on rhythm.
Creating Excellence in Dressage: Putting It into Practice with Sue Blinks
Part 2: Olympian Sue Blinks shows how her multifaceted approach works in teaching movements like shoulder-in and piaffe.
14 Tips from German Dressage Olympian Hubertus Schmidt
Inside a session from the Old Master Series
Pam Stone: To Everybody Who Says Arabians Are Nuts
Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.
Pam Stone: Another Month, Another Arabian
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on the latest addition to her barn: a 14.1-hand Arabian.
Tips to Become “One” With Your Horse
Author and dressage trainer Dominique Barbier offers advice on how to be more focused when working with your dressage horse.
Marilyn Heath: What A Dressage Judge Wants to See
USEF “S” judge Marilyn Heath offers her view on what she wants to see from dressage riders and their horses.
You Don’t Need a Fancy Horse in Order to Score Well on Walk Pirouettes
It’s a dressage movement any horse with proper training can do well.
Dressage Schooling Notebook: An Exercise of Circles
Improve your horse’s straightness and contact with this dressage training exercise from Gerhard Politz.