Not Just for Breeders!
You don’t have to be a breeder to compete with your horse in the USDF Breeders Championship Series! Anyone with a young horse, or a mature mare or stallion, should consider the benefits of competing with their horse in-hand.
USEF Licensed Dressage Judge Licenses Explained
The United States Equestrian Federation licenses dressage judges at three levels. Here we give a brief explanation of licenses, as well as requirements for judging specific classes.
Leasing: Have You Considered It?
Leasing provides the opportunity to continue growing and learning, as a rider and a horsewoman, and I highly recommend looking into leasing opportunities to anyone who may not be in a position to purchase a horse!
Life Lessons From Dressage
By Susan Howe - While we may not be changing the world when we work at the art and craft of dressage, we are certainly changing the world and environment of our horses, and our actions impact the world of others, who so often find themselves on the journey with us.
10 Tips for Dressage Seat Equitation Riders
By Mike Osinski, USEF “S” and FEI Judge With the popularity of Dressage Seat Equitation, the numbers are rising in these classes across the country. Here are a few tips for riders to understand what the judges are looking for in an Equitation class.