Wednesday, May. 29, 2024


George Williams


Our columnist believes that the completion of our country’s pipeline for horses age 4 up to Grand Prix is imperative for getting our international results

Our columnist ponders how technology is changing dressage from the top levels to the grassroots.

Our sport is changing in many ways. As is always the

At times it seems like it’s judges versus competitors or professionals against amateurs,but we all have to work together in dressage for the sport to

While at the WEG, our columnist enjoyed watching a special horse, as well as taking the opportunity to learn from the program used

With a plethora of championships just concluded and others on the horizon, our columnist wonders if dressage is taking the right course.

For dressage,

Our columnist reflects on the first half of 2010 and the many challenges and accomplishments the dressage community has seen.

The world of

In his first installment, our columnist believes elementary-level trainers deservemmuch more credit for the solid foundation they provide the sport.

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