Sunday, August 14, 2022

Tag: Para Dressage

World Championships – Para-Dressage Day 1

Hart Wins the USA’s First Herning 2022 Medal Para-dressage veteran Rebecca Hart wins Grade III Individual bronze at Denmark World Championships By Kim MacMillan Photos by Allen...

The $5 Raffle Pony

By Gigi Kreibich Last month, my father was working at his job as a contractor and noticed one of his clients had horses. They got...

Persevering to Pursue Paralympic Dreams

By Bryanna Tanase They say to never give up on the thing you can’t live without; for me, that thing is horses. Horses have always...

15 Tips to Improve Communication with Your Horse

The training advice Chrissa Hoffmann gives to a para-rider is good for all riders looking to better their relationships with their horses. By Stephanie Ruff  This...

Hope Hand: A Memorial

At the conclusion of the June 19 Perrigo CPEDI3*, athletes, coaches, grooms, and friends gathered to remember Hope Hand, a key leader and supporter...

Baby Steps

By Silvia do Valle About 5 years ago, my life changed completely. I had a life-threatening accident while vacationing in Ireland that caused me to have...

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

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).

A Voice in the Dark

First generation American, daughter of a refugee, wheelchair user, advocate, assault survivor, unashamed. Mia Rodier-Dawallo is a Grade II, international Para Dressage competitor, a Persian-American, a survivor, and a rising star.

The Mythical Creature: The Para Horse

Let us celebrate the para horse. His kindness, his intuition, his spirit, his purpose; he is at schooling shows and the Paralympic theatre, he packs around the novice and dances with the greats.

From Pony Party to Wellington – My Para Equestrian Journey

For the first time in my life, aboard Star, I could run and walk and not fear that I was going to trip and fall. At the barn, I had a place where I could be normal- a place where I belonged. By Skyler Wroblewski
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