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Dressage Today is the training and educational resource for riders at every level. Our goal is to provide riders with resources to help foster improvement in their dressage journey. From instructional articles with the world’s top trainers to a video-on-demand website offering more than 1,700 training videos, Dressage Today can help you reach your goals, or just simply create a better relationship with your equine partner.
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Transitions: Virtually all riders have experienced a moment that epitomizes the special relationship dressage enthusiasts have with their horses. Tell your story in 800 to 1,200 words and send a photograph (300 dpi resolution, about 4 by 6 inches).
Viewpoint: This column welcomes differing points of view. Dressage Today offers this platform for qualified individuals to examine an aspect of dressage as a competitive activity or a training tool.
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