Monday, January 24, 2022

Tag: American Dressage Legends

American Dressage Legends: Lazelle Knocke

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Reprinted from the April 2017 USDF Connection magazine. Some of the most important people in American dressage aren’t famous riders or trainers. Instead, they make significant behind-the-scenes contributions...

American Dressage Legends: Major Anders Lindgren

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Reprinted from the September 2015 USDF Connection magazine. Reflecting our sport’s European roots and the influence of many foreign trainers in American dressage, several...

American Dressage Legends: Colonel Hiram Tuttle

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Reprinted from the October 2015 USDF Connection magazine. By Jennifer O. Bryant The practice of dressage in the United States traces back to exactly one man. Yes,...

American Dressage Legends: Violet Hopkins

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Reprinted from the June 2014 USDF Connection magazine. The name Violet Hopkins is not well known in modern dressage, and as a rider Hopkins (1909-2002)...

American Dressage Legends: Graf George

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Reprinted from the May 2015 USDF Connection magazine. The remarkable Graf George helped to put American dressage on the map at two consecutive Olympic Games,...

American Dressage Legends: E.G. Charles “Chuck” Grant

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Chuck Grant 1914-1990 Trainer of seventeen competitive Grand Prix horses, instructor and noted author, he introduced Dressage to the Midwest and inspired students for...

American Dressage Legends: Ivan I. Bezugloff Jr.

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Reprinted from the June 2015 USDF Connection magazine. In the pre-Internet era in which the USDF was founded and dressage began gaining a foothold in...

American Dressage Legends: Kyra Downton

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Reprinted from the July/August 2015 USDF Connection magazine. Especially in the early days of American dressage, the pioneers of our sport—a number of them immigrants—had...

American Dressage Legends: Sally Swift

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Reprinted from the October 2016 USDF Connection magazine. If your riding instructor has ever counseled you to imagine your body parts stacked like building blocks in...

American Dressage Legends: Karl Mikolka

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Reprinted from the May 2014 USDF Connection magazine. Although a number of European dressage masters played important roles in developing the sport in this country, relatively few...
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