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Taking the Leap: Leaving Home at 15 to Chase My Dressage...

By Skye Simpson Right now, there are many young riders scattered across the country dreaming of victory gallops or...

Get Courage and Achieve Your Dressage Dreams

By Sally O’Dwyer Courage is a muscle that when flexed gets stronger, allowing us to...

Dressage Therapy – How Dressage Has Helped My Daughter

By Jennie Pruden I grew up in the horse world- with my aunt and grandmother as mentors. We had a family...

My New Life

By Mary Mulcahy This article received an honorable mention in the 2018 GMO Newsletter Award in First-Person Experience for...

To the Fullest

By Diane Toeniskoetter I am the typical USDF member and the foundation of the dressage population here in the US-...

My Journey to the National Dressage Pony Cup

By Emily Grimstead “It is the difficult horses that have the most to give to you.” – Lendon Gray

Phone-a-Friend

When a beloved filly becomes critically ill, an owner’s support network helps see her through Reprinted from the December...

A Lesson in Self-Help

Do you need a trainer? Perhaps—but as one amateur rider discovers, too much hand-holding can be counterproductive Reprinted from...

The Greatest Gift

A young rider learns important lessons from her schoolmaster horse Reprinted from the February 2014 Issue of USDF...

EPM: Not Just Playing Possum

This dreaded neurological disease has robbed many horses of their careers. Here’s the latest on diagnosis and treatment.
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