Pam Stone: Challenges of Retraining the Off-the-Track Thoroughbred
Blogger Pam Stone begins a new journey with Voodoo, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred who presents some classic ex-racehorse challenges.
How Perfectionism Can Hinder Progress in Dressage
Psychologist Jane Karol explains a helpful mental approach to becoming a better rider.
Building Power In Relaxation with Hubertus Schmidt
A top German dressage professional explains how to make your horse active and cadenced without losing relaxation.
What Your Horse’s Tail Says About His Health
Your horse’s tail can be a barometer for many different issues going on in the body.
Find a More Supple Leg and Hip Position While Riding
Biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze critiques a new horse-and-rider pair.
How to Develop a More Elastic Trot in Your Dressage Horse
Dressage judge Sandy Hotz offers advice on how to make a dressage horse's trot more elastic.
How Studying Biomechanics Enhances Your Dressage Training
The study of biomechanics provides the basis for understanding multiple facets of dressage.
Are Sheath Noises Associated with Tension?
Ida Norris answers this reader-submitted question, explaining that sheath noise is caused by tensing of the muscles, primarily over the back.
An Introduction to Equine Hanna Somatics
This natural method of mind–body integration can provide performance enhancement, pain relief, longevity and an increased sense of well-being for both horse and handler.
Kim Herslow: Returning to the Show Ring
As her 2015 Pan American Games horse, Rosmarin, prepares to get back in the competition arena, Kim takes over the ride on a client's horse.