The 12-week long festival will take place from 13 January through until the 4 April. Here’s how to watch the Adequan Global Dressage Festival
“My dressage has kept me going through a very dismal period”
Behind the gawky facade of this sensitive soul lay an outstanding talent. Alice Collins uncovers the story of a powerhouse who set global dressage alight
How a jumping-bred horse who hated halting became a double Olympic dressage champion is no mystery to his long-time rider, Anky van Grunsven. In fact, Salinero’s renowned inability to stand still in tests was also the foundation of his strength: energy in bucketloads and an ever-brimming desire to work. That, coupled with his extraordinary movement, […]
Stephen Clarke on how judges have had to adapt to challenges in 2020.
Stephen Clarke is a five-star international judge and has held the position of FEI dressage judge general since 2013.
No one could have imagined a year ago that the world would be plunged into the dreadful crisis we now find ourselves in. But in it we are, and we have had no choice but to sink or swim. Fortunately the human race is very adaptable, and we can take heart from all the examples […]
Find out more about top rider Adrienne Lyle
Laura Tomlinson’s stunning mare turned plenty of heads at the 2020 National Grand Prix Championships. Polly Bryan hears more about her
Need to know DSP Rose Of Bavaria Age: 11 Breeding: Bordeaux x Florestan I Studbook: DSP (BAVAR) Breeders: Rainer and Heidi Heuschmann Rider: Laura Tomlinson Owners: rider and Ursula Bechtolsheimer Greatest achievements: winner, grand prix special at Le Mans CDI3* February 2020; fourth with 75.46% in the grand prix, fifth with 79.95% in freestyle at […]
Take a look at this simple exercise, as explained by dressage rider Amy Stovold, to help you understand how to ride counter canter
Charlotte Dujardin discusses how it feels to watch Carl Hester ride her horse, and how she is helping upcoming riders progress in the sport
In our 33rd weekly episode of the first series of The Horse & Hound Podcast, British Olympic medal-winning dressage rider Charlotte Dujardin talks to H&H dressage editor Polly Bryan, where they discuss her top horses and finding new ways of training during lockdown, among other topics. Moving on to the week’s top news stories, our news editor Eleanor Jones, senior news writer Lucy Elder and news writer Becky Murray join Pippa to discuss what Brexit means for the horse world, especially in terms of travelling horses abroad, how riding schools are coping during the coronavirus pandemic and wearing body protectors in showing. We also welcome back equine trainer Jason Webb, who talks about how to best cope with horses that don’t like being clipped.
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The double Olympic champion chats to Polly Bryan about the highs and lows of 2020, and how her training methods have developed
For Charlotte Dujardin, 2020 was supposed to be a huge year. She and Mount St John Freestyle were gearing up for the World Cup Final and then the Olympic Games, Charlotte’s first appearance at each since the heady days of Valegro. She entered the year on a high, riding the wave of a euphoric Olympia […]