8 essential reminders for riders as dressage events prepare to resume

With British Dressage (BD) re-starting organised and in-person flexi-training in England in June, and with some competition hoped to re-start in July, many riders will be looking forward to getting back in the dressage arena with their horse. But in this new age of social distancing to help curb the spread of coronavirus, there are several important points to remember if you’re considering travelling your horse to a BD venue or coach for training or competition this summer. 

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There are several important points to remember if you’re considering travelling your horse to a BD venue or coach for training or competition this summer

National dressage championships cancelled, but sport may resume from July

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British Dressage (BD) has confirmed the cancellation of this summer’s national championships, while unveiling detailed plans around the resumption of dressage in the UK from July, following the coronavirus pandemic. “Unfortunately a large part of the qualifying period has been lost during the suspension period, resulting in the difficult decision to abandon the remainder of […]

9 reasons why 2020 is set to be an exciting year for dressage

This time of year is always full of promise, but there’s a few reasons why 2020 is shaping up to be an especially exciting year for dressage riders and fans alike…

British team celebrating their medal at the Rio Olympics.

1. Britain might win an Olympic medal In case you hadn’t realised, there’s the small matter of the Tokyo Olympics fast approaching! Britain’s top combinations are getting their competition campaigns underway, all hoping to be chosen as members of the team of three that will travel to Japan in July, along with one travelling reserve. […]