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How to article: Build Your Horse’s Confidence in Dressage. Learn how to inspire your dressage horse to do his best.

Credit: Richard Malmgren To develop a suppleness, I teach horses to bend, move laterally, go forward and come back. The goal is to work fully through the horse’s back and body. Here I’m working with my wife, Susanne.

Great article on sitting straight in the saddle by Nancy Wesolek-Sterrett: Meredith Manor Dressage Department

Until the rider develops a true feel for straight in her own body and in the horse's body, communication with the horse will be unclear, inconsistent, or incorrect.

In dressage, rider position and balance affect everything—the horse’s rhythm and tempo, his longitudinal and lateral balance and his willingness to go forward and come back. Being balanced in the

Position 101 In dressage, rider position and balance affect everything—the horse’s rhythm and tempo, his longitudinal and lateral balance and his willingness to go forward and come back. Being balanced in the

Keep the Inside Leg Honest by Courtney King-Dye | Dressage Today I remember working for Hampton Green Farms, miss that place so much!

Courtney King-Dye explains how to cultivate this important tool for the simple act of turning or bending.

Carl Hester shared useful training tips for horses and riders at all levels at the British Dressage national convention

Carl Hester's dressage training tips for all

Carl Hester olympic dressage rider gives tips on anything from how to ride to selecting a new mount

Tips from Carl Hester Elite dressage rider Carl Hester’s 35 top tips on everything dressage – from finding the right horse, to training and stable management techniques!

George Williams' Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids | Dressage Today

A routine I call kindergarten exercises is for horses and riders needing to learn more about the rhythmic application and timing of aids. These exercises translate human thought into a.

Improving Leg Yields for Your Horse

by Jane Savoie People often tell me that their horses leg yield very well as far as going sideways is concerned, but they tend to toss their heads and show resistance to the reins. In desperation, …

Motivate Your Dressage Horse with Uta Graf By Uta Gräf With Silke Rottermann

German Grand Prix rider Uta Graf explains how to train using the rider& moral obligation to the dressage horse.

Develop the Extended Trot   By Arlene "Tuny" Page With Kitson Jazynka  How to develop the extended trot in the dressage horse. - See more at: http://dressagetoday.com/article/extended-trot-12522?utm_source=DressageTodayNL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter#sthash.eyAFOySC.dpuf

Develop the Extended Trot~I love riding the extended trot on my dressage horses. When I ask my Grand Prix dressage horse Alina to move into an extended trot as she straightens onto the diagonal, it feels like it is her idea, a

Perfecting the Posting Trot

Fine-tune your position at the rising trot, and fix six major flaws for both hunt seat and dressage riders.

Jeremy Steinberg explains how to develop your horse's flexibility and gait quality.

Increase Your Dressage Horse's Mobility. Jeremy Steinberg explains how to develop a more mobile horse for more expression in the gaits and movements.

Jane Savoie explains the half halt, using her amazing analytical skills, and her ability to articulate each minute stage and the reason for it.

Dressage teacher Jane Savoie explains that there are many variations of the basic half halt. In this video she teaches the "connecting half halt" to help put.

What Is Impulsion?: The Four Components that Comprise Impulsion

What Is Impulsion? Joan Darnell explains the four components that comprise impulsion in dressage.

One Simple Way to Quiet Your Hands While Riding - from Horse Listening - excellent article on using body aids instead of hands

One Simple Way to Quiet Your Hands While Riding Horses - Horse Listening