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‘Is trolling synonymous with success?’

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COMPETITIONS have restarted and riders all over the land have been nervously trying on their jackets. Lockdown sent people in two opposing directions: some have become fitness fanatics and others turned to the fridge for solace.

I enjoyed reading the dressage special issue last week (1 April), including the feature on outside perceptions of the sport. I would argue, though, that dressage

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