Monday, May 17, 2021

Tellie’s Tale

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By Kim Kobryn Hanoverians are our YourDressage Breed of the Month for March!  This breed originated in Germany, and is one of the oldest and...

The Equine Pipeline

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From education to competition, the USDF and the USEF offer a progression for success By Christine Traurig and Kristi Wysocki Reprinted from the January/February 2021 issue...

The Road to the AECs – Part 2

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This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for first person experience for GMOs with 75-174 members. It first appeared in the June 25,...

The Road to the AECs – Part 1

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This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for first person experience for GMOs with 75-174 members. It first appeared in the June 25,...

My Clinic Experience

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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...

Horse-Rider Suitability: Matchmaking and Divorce in the Equine World

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This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for a general-interest/informational article for GMOs with 75-174 members. It originally appeared in Hoofprints, the newsletter...

Dressage Seat Equitation: Calling all Adult Amateurs!

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This article appeared in the September 2020 issue of IDCTA Scribe newsletter for the Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association. By Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak...

A Conversation with a Competition Manager

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What is your name? Martie Healy Please share a little about yourself and your background. I was an air force brat and lived all over the country...

Dressage or Driving: Why Not Both?

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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...
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Word of the Week – Rocking/Rocking Horse Canter

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ROCKING/ROCKING HORSE CANTER - A canter in which the neck/forehand goes too much up and down as a result of lack of sufficient ground...
 
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