Sunday, October 2, 2022

Tag: FEI

Girls’ Trip

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Getting to the North American Youth Championships (NAYC) was a dream come true for me, but it did not come without some turmoil. McKenzie Miller and I have been friends since we were about six years old. We met through horseback riding and we continue to compete in dressage together. Our goal was to try and make the NAYC team together, and because of the many shared laughs about our journey, we wanted to share our story. 

“A Total Dream Come True” – The 2022 FEI North American...

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By Chelsey Burris Each summer, young equestrians between the ages of 14 and 21 gather to compete for top team and individual honors in the...

Worth More Than Gold

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Hello, my name is Lexie Kment, and I am a 16 year old FEI Junior rider from Palmyra, Nebraska. The North American Youth Championship, otherwise known as NAYC, not only gave me the opportunity to excel in the ring but also to find new friendships that honestly have changed my life forever.

A Look at Past North American Youth Championships

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The FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for Dressage is the premier equestrian competition in North America for junior and young riders, ages 14-21....

Sights from the 2022 #FEINAYC

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Traverse City, Michigan was host to the 2022 FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) last week. This is the premier equestrian competition in North...

World Championships – Behind the Scenes

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The 2022 Ecco FEI Dressage World Championships Herning2022 have come to a close.  Riders and horses from the US put in phenomenal performances, and our para dressage team brought home the hardware, with a team bronze, individual bronze, and individual silver medal!

Behind the Letters and Numbers

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Dressage competition acronyms explained By Natalie DeFee Mendik

Para Dressage: Making the Grade

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Spend enough time in the dressage world and you’ll hear “she’s a Grade II Para Equestrian”, or “he’s riding the Grade V Introductory Test A”. But what do these grades mean? Let’s look at how the FEI and USEF (who has adopted the FEI Para Equestrian Classification Rules and Para Equestrian Manual for Classifiers as the National Policies and Procedures for Classification at the National level) breaks down the Para Equestrian grading system.

Top 20 From 2020 – Trending Articles and Videos from YourDressage

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From inspiring stories of underdog horse-and-rider duos finding success in the dressage arena, to informative horse health features, articles highlighting unique and interesting breeds,...

2019 US Dressage Tests Scoresheets

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The below tests are effective from December 1, 2018 through November 30, 2022. National Tests 2019-USEF-Training-Level-Test-1Download 2019-USEF-Training-Level-Test-2Download 2019-USEF-Training-Level-Test-3Download 2019-USEF-First-Level-Test-1Download 2019-USEF-First-Level-Test-2Download 2019-USEF-First-Level-Test-3Download 2019-USEF-Second-Level-Test-1Download 2019-USEF-Second-Level-Test-2Download 2019-USEF-Second-Level-Test-3Download 2019-USEF-Third-Level-Test-1Download 2019-USEF-Third-Level-Test-2Download 2019-USEF-Third-Level-Test-3Download 2019-USEF-Fourth-Level-Test-1Download 2019-USEF-Fourth-Level-Test-2Download 2019-USEF-Fourth-Level-Test-3Download 2019-USEF-Four-Year-OldDownload 2019-USEF-Developing-Horse-PSG (Horses must be 7-9 years old)Download 2019-USEF-Developing-GP (Horses must be 8-10...
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