Fashion Forward

With the attire rules busted wide open, we wondered what dressage competitors are doing with their newfound freedom. Enjoy this “look book” and get...

Dressage or Driving: Why Not Both?

International-level rider and driver Sara Schmitt explains how the very different sports of dressage and driving have more in common than one might think By...

Can You Succeed in Dressage Without a Warmblood?

Meet two “nontraditional breed” horses that have trotted off with many accolades By Patti Schofler Adiah HP and Byzy After Hours didn’t get...

2019 US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®: Recap and Results

Thank You to Our Sponsors Full Results by Class From Perpetual Trophies 2019 Regions Cup Champions The top three scoring riders of designated divisions competed on regional teams...


By Carly Wolf After finding him on Craigslist, I bought Remmbrandt – Remi – for $700 as an un-started almost five-year-old, four years ago. I first...

Small But Mighty

A fiery Morgan gelding named Avatar’s Jazzman shows what his breed is capable of at the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® By Jennifer M....

My Clinic Experience

By Carson Richards This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for first person experience for GMOs with 175-499 members. It first appeared in the...

A Lesson in Courage

Quarter Horses are our YourDressage Breed of the Month for April! This breed originated in America, and is known for its athleticism and its...

The Adventures of Andie

By Natasha Enegren It’s like clockwork; the last Wednesday of every month, animals all around Lewiston, Idaho, are trailered to the livestock auction. Scared horses...

Why I Love the US Dressage Finals Ruth Shirkey & Wyleigh...

By Jennifer M. Keeler In the spring of 2010, Ruth Shirkey of Livermore, Cal. couldn’t be more excited. The Hanoverian mare Heiress B was about to foal,...
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The First US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®

Take a look through the first ever US Dressage Finals program!

USDF Recognizes Accomplishments for Riders of All Ages

USDF recognizes achievement for riders age 50 & over through the Adequan®/USDF Vintage Cup program, & riders age 60 & over through the Master's Challenge Award!