Charlotte triumphs in Mount St John Freestyle's first grand prix special, with Carl tops the kür.
Charlotte Dujardin posts a mega score to top the grand prix
The dressage entries for Olympia 2017 have been revealed and include five British combinations
With husband-and-wife dressage duo Richard and Gill Davison both riding at the top level and their sons competing in showjumping, Horse & Hound looks around the family’s multi-discipline yard in Staffordshire
We've trawled through the H&H archives to bring you some of the current legends of the equestrian world — now and how they looked as fresh-faced young hopefuls back in the day
Dressage Olympian Richard Davison highlights his pressure and release techniques, which he uses daily in his training
“We’ll miss her big kind eyes and huge ears, always pricked forward”
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist pays tribute to Valegro and Charlotte Dujardin
Carl Hester, Richard Davison and Tahley Reeve-Smith talk to H&H about the new rule coming in next year
Research has found that riders are more extroverted and conscientious than their non-competitive counterparts
A method to teach horses to cope in a human environment is set to be demonstrated at The Dressage Convention
To celebrate four-time Olympian Richard Davison's 60th birthday today, we've dug deep into the archives to take a look back at some of his career highlights in pictures — from the early days at Pony Club to the London 2012 Olympic Games
H&H's dressage columnist looks back on a rollercoaster European Dressage Championships in Aachen
Richard Davison is at the FEI European Dressage Championships in Aachen, Germany, to help British team member Carl Hester with his ride Nip Tuck, known as Barney. “I help Carl warm-up and train the horse before he goes in the arena,” says Richard. Four-time Olympian Richard’s main role is to…
Bolesworth's first dressage competition is well-received by top British riders
Richard Davison’s exciting new home-bred grand prix prospect will not make his British grand prix debut at Windsor as planned
Five British riders, including Carl Hester, are on the confirmed start list for this year’s international grand prix dressage classes at Windsor Horse Show
Should dressage riders have the freedom to wear what they want to complement the new safety-conscious crash hats?
Don't miss your chance to pose questions to the guest editor of Horse & Hound's dressage special
Bits are an integral part of competition, and yet there is limited knowledge on their impact on dressage horses. But with more research in the pipeline, could this change soon?