DT blogger and dressage professional Jenna Arnold shares a few ideas to help you stay sharp even when you're not in the saddle.
Susan Mandas discusses the value of understanding the mechanics of motion.
Manuel Trigo explains this Spanish term, which can be loosely translated as a Spanish version of Western dressage.
Try this tip from Sandy Rabinowitz
Susanne von Dietze critiques Sandy Vennemann on Boomer
Delving into the Training Scale
A Grand Prix trainer explains how cross-training for the horse and rider can improve performance.
This sophisticated term describes the epitome of throughness, perfect connection and ideal self-carriage.
With the rigors of dressage training and competition, learn what you can do to help protect your mount from the No. 1 killer of horses.
A hand-picked group of four Young Riders shares eight lessons they learned from their travels in Europe.
Melissa Allen explains this technique
Germany’s Johann Hinnemann teaches at the 2016 Adequan/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference.
Building a trusting partnership while retraining took years of patient work.
Mario Contreras explains this ancient dressage movement.
Joanna Crilly explains an important lesson she wishes she had known earlier in her dressage career.
Beth Beukema explains a lesson she wishes she had known sooner in her dressage career.
This U.S. Equestrian Team member shares "What I Wish I'd Known Then"
How is this haute-ecole movement taught and why is it so rarely seen?
Focus on improving one element at a time.
A dressage rider and Lusitano breeder shares her passion for this emerging sport.
To build a better partnership, consider the tendencies of stallions, mares and geldings.
Why dressage doesn’t always have to be about training and achieving.
USDF gold medalist Jennifer R. Roth offers tips on how she keep her students engaged.
Sandy Osborn explains this lesson that she wished she had learned sooner.