In Part 2 of an excerpt from "Dressage Between the Jumps: The Secret to Improving Your Horse’s Performance Over Fences" we look at the trot.
In Part 1 of an exclusive excerpt from "Dressage Between the Jumps: The Secret to Improving Your Horse’s Performance Over Fences" we look at the walk.
As we slide towards winter and the possibility of hunkering down in indoor isolation for months, here are a dozen shows to educate and entertain you.
Georgina Bloomberg’s trainer Jimmy Doyle continues to keep things simple with this 'choose a line' exercise for improving your bending lines when jumping.
In Part 1 of a 2-part series, Georgina Bloomberg’s trainer keeps things simple with this 'clock' exercise for improving your bending lines when jumping.
In this exclusive excerpt from the new book 'Anne Kursinski's Riding and Jumping Clinic', she takes us around a hunter course and how to plan your ride.
Denny Emerson explains how to guarantee success by beginning with tasks that are ridiculously easy and gradually building from there.
This exclusive excerpt from "What Horses Really Want" by Lynn Acton offers advice on how to be a considerate, comfortable, pleasant rider.
Has “flashy” become more important than correct in the dressage ring? It’s a heated 'classical or competition' argument among dressage fans.
Find out how these four brave riders fare under judge Randy's critical eye, who praises good form over fences and offers tips on how to correct flaws.