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Postcard: 2017 Adequan Global Dressage Festival

During a series of thrilling performances in Wellington, Fla., yesterday, Laura Graves and two of

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The Inevitable Corners

I saw a rather exciting canter portion of a Training Level ride in a show a couple weeks ago, a

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The Effect of Your Hands On Your Core Stability

As I looked at the picture, the first thing I noticed was what a great connection this young rider

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Stirrups: The Long and Short of It

One rider I judged last weekend kept losing one stirrup. Okay, not a news flash. But, here’s a

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Bulletin: 2017 U.S. Equestrian Federation Annual Meeting

A special anniversary is marked by exciting prospects for the organization, as it blazes a trail

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Rare Opportunity to Learn From Olympic Champion Isabell Werth at the FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017

Most decorated dressage rider in Olympic history to headline ‘Dressage Showcase’ Exhibition.

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A Knotty Dilemma for Winter

I am really not a Florida person and, since the winters are so mild here in North Carolina compared

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Happy New Year!

I find it hard to believe that I’m wishing you a Happy New Year. It seems like only a few short

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Willing Cooperation

In the last round of new dressage tests, a change was made under the heading of “submission” at the

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Three-Rider Olympic Format Doesn’t Add Up

If you know someone hoping to make an Olympic equestrian team in 2020, their chances just got

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Blue Ribbons Can be Found on the 20-Meter Circle

OK, I’m repeating myself here: A 20-meter circle is 20 meters across. Not 17, not 24. And, it’s

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Germany Wrap Up

Well, I made it! I achieved six months of working my tail off in exchange for the German riding

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What is Stringhalt and Can It Be Treated?

Stringhalt is an abnormal gait in horses, described as a sudden and exaggerated flexion of one or

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Postcard: 2016 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto lived up to its stellar reputation and then some this

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A Dressage Rider Explores Obstacle-Course Racing

Patience, physical fitness, nutrition, preparation and perseverance—these are all things that I have

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