Success Through Precise Riding with Lehua Custer
Let precision get you to Third Level and beyond
Sharpen Your Attention to Detail in Dressage Training
Reese Koffler-Stanfield explains why correct dressage training is all about the details.
9 Techniques to Improve the Halt, Part 2
FEI trainer Volker Brommann explains how to develop the halt through the training levels and gives tips on how to improve this movement and correct common problems.
Sharon McCusker’s Favorite Dressage Training Exercise: Canter Transitions
These transitions, when done properly, keep the dressage horse forward, loose and working through his body.
Suppleness: Kathleen Raine’s Key to Success in Dressage
How to achieve this must-have component of your horse’s dressage training
The Role of Showmanship in Dressage Tests
Margaret Freeman explains the art of presenting your horse in the best light to the judge.
Karen Pavicic: How Stretching Can Benefit Your Horse
A Canadian team rider explains how to develop the horse’s back to create qualities needed for dressage horses at every level.
Back to the Toolbox
Can-ter ... with a little help from my friend, the transition.
A U.S. Clinic with Dressage Legend Carl Hester
Get an inside look at this British dressage great's first clinic in America.
A Long Neck Equals a More Rideable Horse
Successful riding at the upper levels of dressage begins with teaching your horse to come through his back with a long neck and go to the hand.