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Got Show Nerves? You Have Something in Common with Elvis!

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By P.B. O’Dwyer If anxiety is keeping you out of the show arena, remember: You are not alone.  Experiencing anxiety before a competition is a normal...

“Just” an Amateur

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By Sally O’Dwyer I hate it when I hear, “I’m just an amateur” from my fellow ammies.  This is a destructive, self-limiting label that holds...

Readers’ Choice – Part One

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Since our launch in April 2019, we have been thrilled to share stories from the dressage community – your triumphs, your tragedies, your special horses – Your Dressage!

What My Tests Taught Me

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By Sally O’Dwyer “Learn by looking back” Wanna do better in the show ring this year?  Check out your last year’s show season test scores and...

The Best Stories You May Have Missed in 2021

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By Chelsey Burris 2021 was a busy year, and in all the craziness, you may have missed some great content on YourDressage!  Here are a few...

Top 21 of ’21 – Recapping the Best Stories of the Year!

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By Chelsey Burris 2021 was a year unlike any other!  The COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact our lives, but many dressage shows were back and...

Get Your Mind Right

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It takes many times down centerline for riders to learn to manage their nerves, recover from an error, stay in the moment, and to focus. The more you do it, the easier it gets.

5 Unforgettable Moments from the 2021 US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®

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By Chelsey Burris 2021 marked the biggest US Dressage Finals EVER!!  The record-breaking surge of competitors caused the number of rides to rise by a...

Freestyles Rule the Third Day of Competition at the 2021 Dressage Finals Presented by...

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By Yellow Horse Marketing for the US Dressage Finals Music filled the air across the Kentucky Horse Park as freestyle competition was a highlight of...

Dressage Riders-Volunteer Now! 

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USDF operates at the local level throughout the US via more than 100 affiliated clubs called Group Membership Organizations or GMOs.  By joining your local GMO, you automatically become a group member of USDF. Each GMO is part of a USDF Region—there are 9 Regions that comprise the US. In many of the larger GMOs, when you become a member, you also become part of a local chapter, which ensures good representation throughout the geographic footprint of the GMO.
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Trot Stretch Circles

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