Here is some useful advice for eventers wanting to up their game in the first phase of the competition.
Whether you need to learn how to ride shoulder-in for a dressage test or you want to add it to your arsenal of training tools, here’s some helpful advice on…
We would all love to look like Carl Hester or Charlotte Dujardin while doing flatwork with our horses. To help you on your way, here are some useful tips to…
Transitions are used frequently and they can aid strength and your horse’s understanding of your aids.
Teaching your horse to work long and low in a stretched outline is a particularly useful day-to-day training tool, so here's how to achieve it.
Understanding the feedback on your dressage test sheet can be a struggle, so we’ve translated a few commonly-used phrases.
To help you gain the confidence in learning a dressage test and to help prevent you from forgetting where you’re meant to be going, here are some common methods used…
Here’s a selection of points to consider when asking yourself whether your horse is on the bit.
Here we have put together a selection of top tips to ensure that you produce a winning test, every time.
Take a look at some of these top tips which could help you push those percentages higher when it comes to performing within the white boards.