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

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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

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

Dressage Therapy – How Dressage Has Helped My Daughter

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

My New Life

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

To the Fullest

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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

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

Phone-a-Friend

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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

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

The Greatest Gift

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

EPM: Not Just Playing Possum

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