Monday, May 29, 2023

Tag: Dressage Training

What’s Your Story?

Don’t sleepwalk through your story. Own it, and be more intentional about your dressage journey By Sally O’Dwyer “Don’t sleepwalk through your story—own it.” We don’t often...

Why is Dressage so hard?

And, where is the easy button? By Sally O’Dwyer “Dressage is incredibly hard, and in the beginning, it’s difficult to really understand what it is you’re...

Developing Power


Improving the Medium Trot with George Williams

Watch as George Williams helps a young rider improve their medium trot.

Giraffe Friesian Cross

The mighty Friesian! We are celebrating this fairytale-looking breed as our May Breed of the Month on YourDressage! For our USDF Flashback this week we...


: If there is one thing that Austin has taught me in the last two years, it is stay grounded. We all have that one horse that keeps us on our toes - super talented, but has a quirk or two that maybe we can’t break through to.

My Little Appy That Could

Jetta means so much to me - she’s my partner, my friend, my teacher, and literally everything I never knew I needed. She expects the best of me and holds me accountable, yet she literally wraps her neck around me and uses her chin to pull me in for hugs. I don’t know what I would do without her.

Exercises Using Haunches-In or Travers

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Introducing Travers

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Correcting Errors in Flying Changes

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USDF’s Original Membership Cards

Anne Zahradnik recently shared this photo of her original USDF Membership Card - for the 1977-1978 membership year!

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.