Editorials

Editorials

23/08/2016
Opinions

I was quite intrigued by the article I read on dressage in the International New York Times on my flight back home from 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. NY Times author James Hill presented a simplistic and almost derogatory view on our sport with a touch of so called humour. While there were some funny moments, Hill's article doesn't compare to the inspirational piece Sam Knight delivered with his Charlotte Dujardin article for The New Yorker three weeks ago.

Columnists

11/08/2016
Opinions

Why should Equestrian be kept in the Olympic program? With journalists begging the question, a little history lesson might help answer the question. The sport of Equestrian dates back not only to 1912 and the first modern Games; it was actually one of the sports within the Ancient Olympics in Greece over 2000 years ago in the time of Socrates.

Wayne´s World

02/03/2015
Wayne's World

IDRC secretary-general Wayne Channon is joining the debate on Eurodressage about the popularization of the dressage sport through the improvement of the judging system Responding to Stephen Clarke's letter to the editor on the high-low score scratch and David Stickland's proposal for a detailed "HiLo Drop"

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