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9 Training Tips from German Dressage Olympian Dorothee Schneider

Inside the 2019 New England Dressage Association Symposium

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Rhythm and Tempo with Ali Brock, Part 1

U.S. dressage Olympian Ali Brock explains the terms with a focus on rhythm.

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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.

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14 Tips from German Dressage Olympian Hubertus Schmidt

Inside a session from the Old Master Series

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Pam Stone: To Everybody Who Says Arabians Are Nuts

Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.

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Pam Stone: Another Month, Another Arabian

Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on the latest addition to her barn: a 14.1-hand Arabian.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Dressage Schooling Notebook: An Exercise of Circles

Improve your horse’s straightness and contact with this dressage training exercise from Gerhard Politz.

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