Sunday, October 2, 2022

Tag: Olympian

Tips for Better Connection from Adrienne Lyle

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Lyle helped a variety of horses and riders improve their connection and balance. By Stephanie J. Ruff    This story is sponsored by Dressage Today.  It...

5 Takeaways from Adrienne Lyle’s Win-a-Day Clinic

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Adrienne was generous with her time and attention to each horse and rider pair. At the end of the day, everyone was all smiles. As for clinic winner Genevieve, this was a wonderful prep for her first CPEDI (International Para-Equestrian Dressage).

Creating Her Dressage Future

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Jouelle Kimura’s mother forbade her to ride. Later she saw a dearth of dressage opportunities for youth. She persisted, and in 2021, she became...

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...

Jennifer Roth: Classical Training with a Competitive Edge

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By Cheri Isgreen With generous assistance from a USDF GMO Education Initiative grant and support from the Grand Valley Dressage Society, rural Colorado dressage members...

Change Brings the Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention to the Next Frontier

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As was recently announced, the 2021 Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention will return to a virtual setting. After the overwhelming success and positive feedback from the...

Meet Suppenkasper, the “Rave Horse” Who Went Viral at the Olympics

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By Chelsey Burris The Olympics bring the world together to compete in top-level international sporting events.  Thousands of athletes from around the world participate, and...

Get to Know the 2021 US Olympic Dressage Team

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By Chelsey Burris While COVID-19 wreaked havoc around the world, competitions were cancelled and postponed, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. As the world begins to...

In Memoriam…

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On this Memorial Day, USDF is taking the opportunity to commemorate some members of our dressage community that we have lost recently. These people...

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...
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