Jane Doctor Paul knew something was wrong with her dressage horse, Wilfred "Fred," when he suddenly stopped whinnying. | MORE
EQUUS contributor Deb Bennett discusses the importance of developing a horse's head carriage for performance as well as appearance.
A growing association allows college students to pursue their interest in dressage and compete for their schools. | MORE
For every short, tight muscle, its opposing muscle group is going to be long and weak. Anne Howard, MPT, gives a dressage rider some exercises to stretch hip muscles.
FEI dressage rider and trainer Jerry Schwartz gives you a six-step plan for asking your horse to stretch down into the contact.
USDF gold medalist Anneliese Vogt-Harber answers a reader's question on how strengthen and improve the seat and position for dressage riding.
Quarter horse rider and trainer Lynn Palm has led a life with horses based on dressage. | MORE
Whether you're looking for a dressage schoolmaster or buying a young, green horse, you can take a variety of steps to ensure your shopping is a success.
Breeder Kyle Karnosh discusses how to put a young horse's shortcomings in perspective with the whole picture.
USDF bronze medalist Jo Moran discusses the correct width to hold your hands.
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