Friday, June 9, 2023

Tag: Lilo Fore

Sights from the FEI Youth Clinics

The USDF FEI Youth Clinic Series is an educational opportunity for youth riders striving to compete at FEI levels. The goal of this series...

Looking back at the 2017 Adequan®/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference

The 2023 Adequan®/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference will be held January 16-17 at High Meadow Farm in Loxahatchee, FL. The conference will feature David Hunt,...

Development of the Piaffe

0 In this excerpt from the 1993 USDF National Symposium, featuring Michael Poulin and Lilo Fore, they work on developing the piaffe. Want more content like...

Developing Power


20 Meter Circle Examples

With Commentary from FEI "I" 4* and USEF "S" Judge and trainer Lilo Fore. Excerpt from 2011 On The Levels DVD. Please note this video...

Teaching the Half Halt with Lilo Fore

Watch as Lilo Fore teaches the horse and rider the half-halt. Filmed at the1993 National Symposium. USDF strongly recommends all riders wear protective headgear when...

Working from Behind

0 1993 USDF National Symposium featuring Lilo Fore and Michael Poulin. Watch as they talk about the importance of working from behind. USDF strongly recommends all...

Serpentine in Trot and Canter

0 Shallow serpentines with scores from FEI "O" 5*and USEF "S" Judge Gary Rockwell and commentary from FEI "I" 4* and USEF "S" Judge and...

Straightness and Tempi Changes

0 This video is an excerpt from the 1993 USDF National Symposium featuring Lilo Fore and Michael Poulin. Watch as they address the importance of...

Daily Work with Lilo Fore

0 Making a daily work schedule can be challenging, FEI 5* Judge and trainer Lilo Fore offers her insight.
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Ravel: A Dressage Titan

In honor of Ravel's 25th birthday this week, we look back on his and Steffen Peter's accomplishments - culminating in his 2010 Adequan®/USDF Grand Prix Horse of the Year award.

Not Just for Breeders!

You don’t have to be a breeder to compete with your horse in the USDF Breeders Championship Series! Anyone with a young horse, or a mature mare or stallion, should consider the benefits of competing with their horse in-hand.