RobertDover: America's dressage master by The Horse Podcast published on 2018-04-07T02:17:38Z Robert Dover has been at the forefront of American dressage for over 30 years. He competed at every Olympics from 1984-2004 winning four team bronze and a WEG bronze in 1984. He has been the technical advisor to the American team since 2013. Robert’s list of trainers is just extraordinary and that’s played an enormous part of America’s success and depth of good talent in America has today. Robert discusses judging through the ages, how the public loses with the new three horse team policy and the the risk to our art of change for change sake and why riders as a group should be consulted first before changes are put into place. He talks about the role media plays in the sport, why Isabell gets the marks that she does and he also touches on life outside of dressage. And what does Robert have in common with Bob Hope and Cher?