Sunday, October 2, 2022

Tag: Lendon Gray

Billy Taught Me How

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But Billy’s greatest gift to me wasn’t our competition successes. Billy’s greatest gift to me was the lessons, both in horse training and in life at large.

Conversations on Training

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Lendon Gray and D4K—aka Dressage for KIDS Story and Photographs by Beth Baumert Reprinted from the November/December 2021 issue of USDF Connection magazine By now, almost everyone...

In Memoriam, 2021

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As we begin 2022, USDF is taking the opportunity to commemorate some members of our dressage community that we have lost during the last...

Adrenaline Rush

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Pony power!!  This month on YourDressage, we are celebrating ponies of all breeds.  Dressage riders who choose ponies as their mounts are eligible for...

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...

Meet the L Graduate – Tara Manion

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Tara Manion participated in the USDF L Education Program hosted by the New England Dressage Association (NEDA) in 2011-2012. Originally from Connecticut, Tara currently...

Secrets from the Vault

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By Sarah Feik When I was about 7 years old, I would always look across the road and see two horses grazing in a pasture....

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...
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