In Ferdi Eilberg's demonstration at the British Dressage national convention last weekend (19-20 November), entitled 'International here we come — moving up to PSG and Inter I ', he worked with his son Michael's ride Sa Coeur

A crooked rider at worst causes their horse back problems and even lameness. At best, they hinder his ability to do his job. Find what you can do to improve your straightness in day-to-day life

Debbie Criddle riding Akilles in indoor school pararider

The leg-yield is a lateral movement in which a horse travels both forward and sideways at the same time. It's commonly found in many dressage tests and is a useful schooling tool. Here's how to nail it...