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Fit to Ride – Let’s Open Your Hips

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Originally published in the February 2020 NCDCTA GMO Newsletter. In 2019, we spent a lot of time on core...

The Stay at Home Guide for Dressage Lovers

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has drastically changed our world in the last couple of months.  More and more folks are working remotely,...

Hospitals, Hips, and Horses

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By Heidi Chote 2019 was markedly different from the last 31 years here at First Chance Farm in Wilton,...

Fit to Ride – Balance & Your Core

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By Julie Luther Webster’s Dictionary defines balance as- an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright...

Fit to Ride – Abdominal Bracing

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By Julie Luther In our core training series, we will now look at learning to control your core through abdominal bracing. ...

Fit to Ride: Core Strength

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This month, we begin our journey to a stronger core.  The core muscles consist of the back and chest muscles along with all the...

Coaching Your Way to a Better Tomorrow

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By Ashley Eve My love of dressage started with a feral 3-year-old New Forest Pony, a dream, and a love...

Ageless Pursuit

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My Journey to a USDF Gold Medal at age 67 By Dawn Metzger My name is...

Fit to Ride – Addressing Rider Stiffness

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By Julie Luther Ever wake up with a stiff neck, tight hips, or low back pain?  Unfortunately, many equestrians...