How to distinguish this collecting exercise from a leg yield, how to ride it correctly - and a couple of helpful tips.
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Too little, too much, just right. What does the 'right' amount of contact feel like, and how do you achieve it consistently?
It is never too early to get a head start on the 2023 dressage show season; here are some great tips to get you rolling.
Whether you are going from the walk or trot, or canter-to-canter (flying change!) it is all about timing and conciseness to ensure smoothness.
Whether you ride dressage, eventing or hunter/jumper, your horse must be able to travel in a straight line for accuracy and even soundness.
If this has always been an elusive or misunderstood aspect of your training, here is a step-by-step breakdown to demystify it.
The USDF tests change on January 1st in Canada, so there is plenty to practice in the off-season to be ready for the 2023 shows.
Not all corners are the same at every level; learn the differences in shape and how to impress the judge with perfect three-loop serpentines.
The traditional Training Scale focuses on the development of the horse ‒ but what about the rider's skills moving up the pyramid?