Lauren Sprieser is a USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist and professional dressage rider. Her enthusiasm and wit has made her a popular trainer, with students from the grassroots to the international levels in both dressage and eventing. She's also an acclaimed blogger for the Chronicle of the Horse, and writes regularly for Dressage Today.

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Lauren possesses an uncommon combination of qualities which are rarely seen in trainers in the US dressage world: she has the skills to make horses up the levels from green to Grand Prix, as well as teach professional, amateur and junior riders alike. Her passion for riding at the upper levels mirrors her passion for teaching, and her students are the better for it.
Michael Barisone, US Olympic Team 2008
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Johnny Goes To The Show

Third Level, Test 3. Ring 2 at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival. To confirm that the horse demonstrates correct basics, and having begun to develop an uphill balance at Second Level, now demonstrates increased engagement, especially in— JOHNNY ROAD: HI! Hi hi hi! Omg you guys, we’re at a horse show!! It’s been a few […]

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Not Easier, But Less Scary

As I’ve said many times before, Danny is the most talented horse I’ve ever had. He just thinks like a Grand Prix horse, partially because I’ve been diligent in training him to think that way, but partially just from nature, the beauty of the successful purpose-bred animal. He’s agile as anything (sometimes for evil); he […]

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Growing Up In Stages

My horses and I trundle along down here in Welly-world, making little nuggets of progress, and soaking it all in. Ella is working beautifully. I love my relationship with this horse—we’re an old married couple now, and as such we have our little spats because we know how to push each other’s buttons, but I […]