Thursday, May 23, 2019

Dressage Showing from A to X – Part 3

(Almost) everything you need to know before you compete (or volunteer!) at a “recognized” show By Kim F....

Anticipation

By Audris Griffith As I write this, I’m five months and fifteen days away from arriving in Houston to...

Dressage Showing From A to X – Part 2

(Almost) everything you need to know before you compete (or volunteer!) at a “recognized” show By Kim F....

Dressage Showing From A to X – Part 1

(Almost) everything you need to know before you compete (or volunteer!) at a “recognized” show By Kim F....

Wrong!

By Carly Wolf After finding him on Craigslist, I bought Remmbrandt – Remi – for $700 as an un-started almost...

We Are the Champions

The inaugural USDF Regional Adult Amateur Equitation champions were crowned in 2018. These riders’ stories may surprise and inspire you.

NAJYRC: From Dream to Reality

By Meghan Miller In 2010, when I first became serious about dressage, my trainer Jessica mentioned the North American...

The ‘Downsized’ Dressage Horse

If you’re a youth or a petite lady, a pony or small horse might be just the ticket to dressage success.

Road to the Finals: Age is Just a Number

By Jennifer M. Keeler Patricia riding Aureo at Lamplight Every year when riders and horses...
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