Monday, January 24, 2022

Tag: Lifetime Achievement Award

Aloha Spirit

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USDF Member of Distinction Martha McDaniel helped to put Hawaii on the dressage map By Kim MacMillan Reprinted from the September/October 2021 issue of USDF Connection...

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

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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...

Fern Feldman – 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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In 2019, Fern Feldman received the USDF Lifetime Achievement Award.  Here is the speech, given by USDF President Lisa Gorretta and Olympian and Dressage4Kids...

Lloyd Landkamer – 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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Lloyd Landkamer was awarded the USDF Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.  Throughout the years, Lloyd served as a manager, secretary, technical delegate, and FEI...

Maryal Barnett – 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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Maryal Barnett, an FEI "C" Dressage Judge, a USEF "S" Dressage Judge, and a Canadian Equestrian Federation Senior Dressage Judge, was awarded the USDF...

Marilyn Heath – 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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Marilyn Heath received the USDF Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. Marilyn has been a long and faithful volunteer to USDF, through her dedication to...

John “Jack” Kimball – 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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John "Jack" Kimball (2010), of McIntosh, FL, was an active volunteer with USDF from its beginnings in 1973 until his death in June 1996....

American Dressage Legends: Elizabeth Searle

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A lifetime of pioneering equestrian achievements Seven years after establishing its Hall of Fame, the USDF realized that a second category of recognition was in...

American Dressage Legends: Jessica Newberry-Ransehousen

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Reprinted from the November 2014 USDF Connection magazine. Some dressage enthusiasts make their mark as riders. Others’ primary contributions are as judges, organizers, or other roles. Not...

American Dressage Legends: Lazelle Knocke

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Reprinted from the April 2017 USDF Connection magazine. Some of the most important people in American dressage aren’t famous riders or trainers. Instead, they make significant behind-the-scenes contributions...
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