By dividing a pasture area into smaller portions and rotating horses through each section, you can encourage horses to graze more evenly while keeping pasture grass from becoming overgrazed. Photo: Alayne Blickle Rotational grazing, called planned

Me riding my trainer's mare, Molly, during my last active show season. Even when the dressage coat diet works, I'm still unlikely to tuck my shirt into my breeches, which is a bit of a dressage fashion faux pas. I'm not alone, am I? Photo: Courtesy

Last week I returned from my one big out-of-town summer horse show adventure: two weeks competing at the new Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina. And let me tell you, that place was super cool! It was not, however, physically

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