Uphill Balance

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Simplify Your Riding with 5 Dressage Training Tips from Jan Brons

Advice on how to get more from your horse by doing less

The Grand Prix half passes

How to Ride and Judge the Dressage Zigzags

Janet Foy explains the intricacies of this dressage movement.

Credit: Illustration by Sandy Rabinowitz A horse “coming over his back” is much like a wave forming. The energy of the water is pushing from behind, causing the wave to come up and around, much like a horse’s energy pushes from behind up over his back and down his neck.

How to Achieve Real Uphill Balance with Your Dressage Horse

USDF Certified Instructor Candy Allen discusses how to create more freedom in a horse's shoulder and achieve uphill balance.