History of Dressage 

Dressage, an ancient equestrian sport with origins in Greece, has evolved into a refined art form practiced by European nobility. Developed by French riding masters in the 17th and 18th centuries, dressage focuses on systematic training and effective communication between horse and rider through subtle aids and natural movements.

In the 19th century, dressage became standardized and introduced competitions. The first dressage competition took place in 1862, followed by national championships and international events. Recognized as an official Olympic sport in 1912, dressage has gained global popularity.

Today, dressage is practiced and competed at various levels worldwide, recognized for its elegance and refinement. Discover the beauty and discipline of dressage, a captivating equestrian sport that combines history, skill, and harmony between horse and rider.