Silva Martin encourages clinic riders to ride forward and straight. PLUS, insights to help your horse recover from a challenging training session.
Katherine Bateson-Chandler answers this reader question, discussing the ideal canter aids to help keep your horse straight.
Try these two exercises to improve your dressage horse's flying changes from Texas-based dressage professional Jenna Arnold.
Blogger Pam Stone shares reflections on her time spent with Gem, the fox-hunting Off-the-Track Thoroughbred, explaining why you don't need a dressage ring to work your horse correctly.
Try this tip from Annie Morris.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on Gem, a retired OTTB who traded in track life for the hunt field.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her latest project: a pair of bay foxhunters.
USDF gold medalist Rita Brown explains the definition of bend and offers advice on riding it correctly.
Claudia Garner offers tips for turning a runaway canter into a controlled, cadenced movement.
Jessica van Eyck explains how to preserve straightness and quality of the walk.
International dressage competitor and trainer Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel explains this important piece of the training puzzle.
In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on another Arabian, named Party Girl, who has come her way for training.
Improve your horse’s straightness and contact with this dressage training exercise from Gerhard Politz.
Try this tip from Jan Ebeling.