Lendon Gray On Developing Good Riders
Two-time Olympian and USDF Hall-of-Famer, Lendon Gray, discusses her programs for children and young riders, and how she uses traditional methods to shape well rounded equestrians. From the start, Lendon exudes high expectations for her students both on and off the horse. As listeners will find, many of her lessons can be applicable to ambitious riders of any age, who are willing to "put in" in the time to improve their skills.
15 Dec 2017
Joseph Newcomb on In Hand Training
Known as the 'In Hand Guy' Joseph Newcomb is a sought after trainer and clinician who blends traditional dressage "in hand" work with the groundwork principles of natural horsemanship to help make his dressage horses more responsive to the aids both on the ground and in the saddle.
31 Oct 2017
Lauren Sprieser Interview
We welcome Grand Prix rider and blogger Lauren Sprieser back to Dressage Talk to discuss the recent purchase of her two young horses. Lauren talks about the process of importing horses from Europe and her advice for navigating training challenges when working with young horses.
17 Sep 2017
Jeremy Steinberg Interview
Dressage Talk Radio launches its first episode featuring a conversation with Jeremy Steinberg. Jeremy is a Grand Prix rider and trainer, as well as a former USEF Youth Coach. He discusses why average horses help to produce better riders, the story of his first GP horse - an OTTB, and the challenges that up and coming riders face today in competition.
5 Sep 2017
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