Dressage Today Extra
Johann Hinnemann on Submission + Tips from Top Grooms
Germany’s Johann Hinnemann talks about the importance of submission. Plus, top grooms share tips for success.
Breathing Techniques to Stabilize and Stay Supple
Equestrian biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze examines a horse and rider and explains how to relax the body.
How Can I Achieve Suppleness on the Left Rein?
Fran Kehr shares her advice on suppling the horse and suggests exercises to help you shift your horse's balance.
Dressage Schooling Notebook: Transitions with Cindy Ishoy
Strengthen and supple your horse with a series of upward and downward transitions.
Pedaling: A Technique to Improve Your Dressage Horse’s Walk
How pedaling can help your horse develop rhythmic suppleness in his back
When the Dressage Training Scale Comes to Life
Blogger Pam Stone reflects on the beauty of dressage theory—and the reward that comes from its correct application.
14 Tips from German Dressage Olympian Hubertus Schmidt
Inside a session from the Old Master Series
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.
Dressage Solutions: Improve Your Horse’s Suppleness on Bending Lines
Try this dressage training tip from Holly Mason.
Dressage Terminology Explained: “Losgelassenheit”
Susanne Hamilton explains this German term that describes a concept of relaxation, looseness, movability and freedom.