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.
Tone Your Horse's Topline by Riding the Canter Lengthening
This First Level movement is your means for developing your horse’s topline and belly muscles, both critical to successful upper-level work.
Can Wiggling My Fingers Help Get My Horse on the Bit?
USDF gold medalist John Zopatti offers an honest opinion on wiggly fingers
Develop Your Dressage Horse's Topline with Sue Blinks
Olympian Sue Blinks discusses developing your dressage horse’s topline so it serves as a suspension bridge of musculature, making self-carriage possible.
Dressage Terminology Explained: "Riding Back-to-Front"
Dressage trainer Melissa Jackson explains how to ride your horse from back to front and how to tell if your horse is doing it correctly.
Charles de Kunffy's Three Moments of Evolutionary Breakthrough in Dressage Training
Classical dressage trainer Charles de Kunffy shares insight on developing your dressage horse and progressing toward collection.