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Jim Wofford's Rider Critiques from 2009 Rolex Kentucky

Jim Wofford critiques five event riders' four-star efforts at the 2009 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event....

George Morris Critiques Photos of Top Equitation Stars

See more rider photo critiques in "Advanced Rider Critiques" in the April 2012 issue of Practical Horseman magazine....

Photo Gallery: Photo Critiques from the 2011 Horsemastership Session


Cross-Country Clinic: Karen O'Connor and Teddy

In his annual Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event column a la George Morris, Jim critiques Olympian Karen O'Connor's cross-country efforts aboard Theodore O'Connor ('Teddy'). ...

Jumping Clinic Classics: Top-Notch Form

This is an outstanding photograph. The rider is clearly framed for critiquing, and her form is top-notch. Her leg is just about perfect: stirrup on the ball of her foot, ankle...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Tight, Effective Rider

George Morris critiques this rider from his column in Practical Horseman magazine. This rider’s leg is beautiful, with heel down, ankle flexed, toe out, and calf on her horse--though she...

Dressage Today Submission Guidelines

Dressage Today is your magazine, and we encourage your participation in generating each issue's content. Send your queries and submissions to the following departments. Acceptance will be decided upon submission....

Jumping Clinic Classics: An Exemplary Crest Release

This rider has her heels down and good contact through her lower leg. Her stirrup length is fine, but she’d make her ankle more supple by turning the iron...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Scopey Jumper

This rider has a very good leg. Her stirrup is on the ball of her foot, her ankle is elastic and supple, her heel is down and in, and her...

Jumping Clinic Classics: First-Rate Style

This is a rider with a lot of style on a first-rate small horse or large pony. Her leg is exemplary; but she is out of the saddle a little...

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