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Dressage Horse of a Different Color

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At the end of 2020, I did something I only dreamed of. I donned my first ever shadbelly and rode down centerline for my first ever FEI test. *Cue more happy tears.*

Sheen

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Photo taken and submitted by Caitlin Demura Photography

Blast From the Past

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We dug into our USDF Connection photo files and found this gem from our July/August 2011 issue. The caption read: During an early-morning training...

Eric’s Training Corner

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This article won the 2021 GMO Newsletter Award for a general interest article for GMOs with 175-499 members. It originally appeared in the Illinois...

The Versatile Morgan – Part Four

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The versatile Morgan Horse! We are celebrating this breed as our June Breed of the Month on YourDressage! We recently asked our social media followers...

2021 Grand Prix Adequan®/USDF Horse of the Year Suppernkasper

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Partnerships are what make dressage special. The kinship between horse and rider is often palpable, but some pairs transcend the special to become unmistakably magical.

On the “Virg” of Greatness

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To everyone interested in dressage with a Morgan or Morgan cross, I say go for it. They are lovely partners, often with such willingness and easy to ride gaits. A previous career doesn’t impede them from being able to succeed in their new career.

Spotlight On: USDF/USEF Young Rider Graduate Program

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Every horse crazy little kid dreams of a career in the equine industry, where they can combine their passion for their four-legged dance partner...

Hope Hand: A Memorial

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At the conclusion of the June 19 Perrigo CPEDI3*, athletes, coaches, grooms, and friends gathered to remember Hope Hand, a key leader and supporter...

Discovering Her Roots

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Having recently graduated from law school and with limited funds for a purchase, I found myself browsing PetFinder, hoping to maybe find an Off the Track Thoroughbred. The first profile I clicked on was of a 5-year-old, 13 hand pony mare, named Dixie.