Whether you are just starting out in dressage, want to improve your dressage for eventing, or are an experienced dressage competitor, Carl Hester‘s clear and easy to understand advice includes useful tips to help every rider improve their horse’s way of going.

Carl shared his extensive dressage training knowledge and insight with a packed house at the British Dressage national convention at Hartpury this weekend.

H&H dressage editor Alice Collins was at the convention (Read Alice’s blog) and shared Carl’s tips with dressage enthusiasts who were unable to attend via H&H’s twitter. If you missed our tweets, or aren’t on twitter, here are some of the best for you to enjoy.

Warming up

Straightness

Improving paces

Strong/tense horses

Other useful tips

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