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Fit to Ride – Balance & Your Core

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

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

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

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

Ageless Pursuit

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

Addressing Rider Stiffness

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

Vintage Riders’ Prove Dressage Gets Better With Age

Vintage Riders' Prove Dressage Gets Better With Age March 19, 2018 By Georganne Benesch

Are You Fit to Ride?

By Julie Luther Have you ever wished you could ride longer with more confidence?  Do you ever experience aches and pains...

The Science of Equitation

Conference findings have important implications for the dressage sport, equine management By Hilary M. Clayton, BVMS, PhD, Diplomate ACVSMR,...
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