Blogger Pam Stone shares how she incorporates hacking and hillwork in the training of her young horse. Plus, check out her tip for riding safely in the heat.
Read more in the latest edition of the DT Extra!
In the second installment of her two-part article on training young horses, Dressage Today blogger Jenna Arnold shares an exercise that teaches the horse to yield his ribcage.
A discussion of this indispensable element in daily dressage training
Dressage Today blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster Lucas and details her observations on gaining access to his back.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster, Lucas, who is a KWPN by Negro (by Ferro).
Pam reflects on the search for and arrival of Lucas, a 3-year-old Negro gelding with a great brain, a big canter and lots of promise.
Blogger and dressage professional Jenna Arnold shares her reflections on the importance of high standards, perseverance, joy and community.
Blogger Pam Stone shares her last update on her OTTB project, Voodoo, while explaining the benefits of working out of the ring.
Inside a session from the Old Master Series
How a structured, systematic approach to warm-up is beneficial
In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on another Arabian, named Party Girl, who has come her way for training.
Stacey Hastings shares a few techniques to help you keep your horse tuned into you, instead of the distractions outside of the ring.
Janet "Dolly" Hannon explains how to help your horse understand this movement.
Two reasons why the guideline for the training of young, gifted dressage horses differs slightly from average horses.
Beth Beukema shares 12 rules to help riders determine who has the right of way in a crowded arena.
Think your dressage stirrup length is just right? Dressage expert Steven Wolgemuth shares some ways to double check that you are riding with your stirrups at the correct length.