EN is pleased to partner with Amelia Newcomb Dressage for an exclusive training series, just in time for the off-season! Over the next few months, we’ll bring you regular training content from Amelia, whose “dressage...» Read More!
No Stirrup November, or riding without stirrups in general, always stirs up a generous amount of debate. Some riders, especially those who grew up with their stirrups frequently taken away, say practicing sans irons is...» Read More!
We’ve all learned throughout our riding journeys that the quality of a horse’s canter directly affects the quality of a horse’s jump. But it can be more complicated to put this theory into practice. I...» Read More!
I think as event riders we focus so, so much on jump position and gallop position — and for good reason! These positions are obviously key to success and safety in this sport — but...» Read More!
A simple change of lead through the trot will appear on your dressage tests as you move into the Preliminary and above level of eventing, so it’s a good thing to practice these transitions at...» Read More!
As much as we may all be loathe to practice it, the walk is a key gait that can earn (or lose!) you a lot of marks in your dressage test. Not to mention, a...» Read More!
We’re big fans of Amelia Newcomb’s dressage trainings, which are applicable across disciplines and easily available on her YouTube channel. With the rise in digital teaching and training, it’s important to be shrewd when finding...» Read More!
Raise your hand if you’re pretty good about letting your horse have a nice walk warmup when you first get on. I bet most of us are — after all, we know how important it to...» Read More!
One of the frustrating beautiful things about riding is that it’s always a work in progress and it’s never not beneficial to go back and work on some basics. With the off-season on the immediate...» Read More!