Monday, November 29, 2021

Tag: Dressage4Kids

From the YourDressage Archives – The Birthday Gift

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It’s Throwback Thursday!  Enjoy this article from the YourDressage Archives, which was originally published in the March 2018 issue of the flipbook version of...

Meet the L Graduate – Heather Dostal

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Heather Reynolds Dostal has been riding since the age of 5, eventing through her youth switching to dressage later in life. Her practice as...

D4K Interview with Emma Ford

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By Alexa Clegg Working tirelessly to keep horses looking and feeling their best, grooms are an important part of an equine team.  Emma Ford, a...

The Gift Horse

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Donated dressage horses benefit collegiate riders, special-needs riders, and even horseless youth. Thinking of donating? Read this first. By Natalie DeFee Mendik Reprinted from the January/February...

Build it and They Will Come

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By Hollie McNeil This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for a general-interest/informational article for GMOs with 500 or more members. It originally appeared...

Fern Feldman – 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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In 2019, Fern Feldman received the USDF Lifetime Achievement Award.  Here is the speech, given by USDF President Lisa Gorretta and Olympian and Dressage4Kids...

Three for Three: Three Riders – Three Perspectives USDF Region 3...

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Region 3 recently hosted a USDF Junior/YoungRider (Jr/YR) Clinic with George Williams. The goal of the USDF Jr/YR Clinic Series is to promote hardworking,...

Meet the L Graduate – Kim Briele

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I own and manage Horse Bridge Farm, a dressage training facility, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I attended Meredith Manor School of Horsemanship...

2011 Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame Induction of Lendon Gray

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To honor her steadfast belief that dressage benefits all equines and all riders, especially youth, Lendon Gray was a member of the 2011 class...

From the Classroom to the Arena: Using Lesson Plans in Dressage...

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By Ali Perkins If I were asked what I loved more, kids or horses, it would be a hard question to answer. Throughout my college...
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