Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Tag: Group Member Organization

Trending Topics and Takeaways from the 2022 Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention

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By Chelsey Burris and Ross Creech As USDF Members Took the Reins, Our First In-Person Convention Since the Pandemic Certainly Proved One for the Record...

Sights from the USDF L Education Program

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The USDF L Education Program offers a comprehensive curriculum created to teach participants and auditors how to evaluate dressage performance at Training through Second...

USDF’s Dedication to Education at Annual Convention Continues

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By Amber Wiseman USDF has long been dedicated to education, recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage in the US. We are proud to offer...

Five GMOs Celebrate 50 Years

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By Amanda Ciejko While many are pondering what’s coming in 2023, five GMOs are reflecting on the past in honor of their 50th anniversaries. As...

We’ve Built It, Will You Come?

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By Ross Creech Support for GMOs is of the utmost importance to USDF and its leadership. To that end, USDF has continually strived to provide...

What Have You Done for Me, Lately?

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By: Ross Creech Janet Jackson may have asked the question, but it’s USDF’s passionate and dedicated Group Members (GMs) that have demanded an answer. While...

Spotlight On: GMO Awards

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Ask anyone associated with USDF and they will tell you uninhibitedly that “GMOs are the backbone of the organization!” …and it’s true! Nearly 50...

5 Ways to Support Dressage in the US

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It’s the sport you love - a beautiful dance between a human and a horse.  If you are a dressage enthusiast and want to...

Dressage Riders-Volunteer Now! 

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USDF operates at the local level throughout the US via more than 100 affiliated clubs called Group Membership Organizations or GMOs.  By joining your local GMO, you automatically become a group member of USDF. Each GMO is part of a USDF Region—there are 9 Regions that comprise the US. In many of the larger GMOs, when you become a member, you also become part of a local chapter, which ensures good representation throughout the geographic footprint of the GMO.

The Group Member Organization (GMO) Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP)

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Volunteers are the backbone of dressage, and without their tireless work behind the scenes, competitions, clinics, and educational events wouldn’t be able to happen....
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