Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: George Williams

Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic Week Targets Talented Youth

Twenty up-and-coming young dressage riders earned their place in the sun to soak up a wealth of knowledge at the 2022 Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic Week (RDHCW), held January 6-9 at the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival showgrounds in Wellington, Florida. Story and Photographs by Sue Weakley

Trending Topics and Takeaways from the 2021 Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention

By Chelsey Burris For the second year in a row, the Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention went virtual.  The increased flexibility drew a large crowd of members...

Meet the L Graduate – Barb Soukup

USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist Barb Soukup, of Chardon, OH, is a USDF L Graduate with Distinction. She began riding at age 13 with...

5 Reasons to Participate in the Jr/YR Clinic Series

The USDF Junior/Young Rider Clinic Series has been an education staple of USDF for many years. The goal of this series is to promote...

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

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,...

2016 Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame Induction of Rocher

In recognition of her competition record, having shown extensively across Europe, in Oldenburg, Munich, Goteborg, Hagen, and Wiesbaden, and for her character and inspirational...

Dressage Talk No. 11 with Cesar Torrente – Featuring George Williams

International FEI Judge Cesar Torrente hosts Dressage Talk No. 11.  In this episode, he chats with former USDF President George Williams  about youth, junior, and young riders...

Simple Changes Featuring George Williams

0 Learn how to improve your canter-walk-canter transitions (simple changes) with help from Grand Prix rider and Jr/ YR clinician George Williams. Filmed by Dressage...

Canter Oval Exercise with George Williams

0 George Williams coaches a young rider though the cantering on a loop or oval to improve or prepare for the half pirouette.
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