Maribeth Dunlap has been a horsewoman for more than 40 years. She is a successful dressage trainer, competitor, instructor, and clinician, with emphasis given to the classical dressage principles and has gained a reputation for good horsemanship and skillful riding by achieving repeated successes with many different horses.
“Although I do not consider myself a writer of any grand quality, I do enjoy writing. I view writing as another way to learn and cement the ideas further into my understanding. Writing allows me to dig deeper into the subject material and gives me more reason to research and explore. I love learning new things and I enjoy sharing what I learn with others. Writing is also healing and I have written many stories throughout my life on various topics”.
Maribeth is also a pilot and is currently working towards advanced ratings. She enjoys a variety of activities including aviation, skiing and music. She travels between Pennsylvania and Florida depending upon the time of the year.
BY MARIBETH DUNLAP The position of the rider is perhaps the most important thing when studying dressage. It is from a correct position that allows us to positively influence and affect our horse. It also allows us to be in balance within ... continue reading...