Trailblazer Christilot Boylen, Canada’s most decorated dressage rider, continues to influence the sport from inside and outside the ring.
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Experts in Lorinery Science can assess your horse’s mouth and advise on the most suitable bit and best fit for optimum comfort and effectiveness.
Jill Irving’s first experiences in the equestrian world were a far cry from the glitz and glamour of Wellington, Florida, where she now competes.
Canadian dressage duo Tina and Jaimey Irwin share tips on the working and cool-down phases of their training program for youngsters and seasoned veterans.
Jaimey and Tina Irwin are two of Canada’s top dressage riders and trainers. In the first of two articles, they explain their approach to dressage warm-ups.
Charlotte Dujardin presents a series of lateral work exercises to improve suppleness, straightness, transitions, and the quality of the gaits in horses.
Alison King visits grand prix dressage trainer Leah Wilkins to get schooled by an upper-level veteran dressage horse, and learn the true feel of ‘correct.’
Canada’s bronze medal-winning dressage team - Cindy Ishoy, Ashley Holzer, Gina Smith and Evi Pracht - reflects on their experiences at the 1988 Olympics.
Does winter weather have you arena-bound? Give these lungeing ideas and other fun indoor stuff to do with your horse to ease the boredom a try.
The daughter of Olympic dressage medallist Cindy Ishoy and the late Neil Ishoy, Kahla Ishoy’s childhood memories are the stuff dressage dreams are made of.
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