Monday, January 24, 2022

Tag: GAIG/USDF Regional Championship

Growing Payne

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By Mary Kadar Back in January 2017, I was looking for a horse to hack around on and have fun with. My instructor, Jill Allard,...

My Dressage Regime

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By Jackson LaTorre It's 5:59 and I stare at the clock, hold my breath, and wait. Just five more seconds. Wait for it. Wait…5, 4, 3, 2,...

Henry’s Story

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By Mary Hankey In November 2013, I wanted to look for a horse to buy and have trained so that when I turn 70,...

Mother, Wife, and Dressage Rider

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By Ashley N. Burnett My core! Where did it GO? What HAPPENED?! Why are my stirrups suddenly too long, and why can’t I put my...

From the Boardroom to Centerline

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By Lisa Schmidt I wear many different hats in dressage: rider, trainer, coach, judge, and, for the past six years, USDF Region 1 Director and...

Fun in Kentucky

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By Carol Alonso Last April, to celebrate the 24th birthday of my PRE gelding, El Gavilan (“Julio”), I choreographed a “Happy Birthday” freestyle. After all,...

The History Behind the Regional Championships

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The following is an excerpt from the Spring 1993 USDF Bulletin In 1985, USDF Region 4 organized the first USDF Regional Championship. With each passing...

More is a Four-Letter Word

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By Jody Wilson Bentley and I just returned from the 2017 U.S. Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®, where we competed in the Intermediate 1 Open Championship...

Grand Prix Dreams

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By Mimi Benton In 2009, I bought Lexington WF, “Leo”, as a two-year-old, bred by Vanessa Carlson of Woodridge Farm, in Claremore, OK. He’s by...

Willow Was the One

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By Dana Peterson I found Willow in November 2015, on a Facebook group, and I can tell you now that I knew nothing about what...
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