How to Organize, Plan and Structure Your Ride
By following the three-part ride structure—warm-up, work sets and cool-down—we ensure the horse works in optimal physical comfort and emotional health.
Keep Cool at Summer Horse Shows
Experts provide tips to help horse and rider safely handle extreme heat
Understanding Your Horse’s Hock Health
Learn about some of the elements that affect the horse's hocks
Riding the Laid-Back Dressage Horse with Lauren Sprieser
Get the most out of your cool-tempered dressage horse with these exercises and tips.
Warm-Up Exercises for First Level Dressage
Lisa El-Ramey Hyslop shares her tips for a proper warm-up.
Getting to Know Your New Dressage Horse
High-performance rider Katherine Bateson-Chandler shares the story of how she got to know her World Equestrian Games mount, Nartan, and provides some tips to help you and your horse adjust to a new partnership.
Dressage 101: How to Create a Lesson Plan for Each Training Session
Hilary Moore Hebert explains that with just a few simple concepts you can ride with purpose.
Adelinde Cornelissen: Horse and Rider Fitness for Dressage
Olympian Adelinde Cornelissen discusses horse and human fitness and shares how she goes beyond the arena to train for success in international dressage competition.
A Winter Warm-Up Exercise for Dressage Horses
Try this helpful exercise that benefits both horses with too much energy and those who get tight through the back.
Develop the Quality of Submission in Your Dressage Horse with Helen Langehanenberg
German dressage star Helen Langehanenberg explains the training quality of submission and shares how you can develop it in your horse.