Shine Bright: A USDF Shining Star
My name is Mary Chapman Martin, and I am honored to be a recipient of the USDF Shining Star 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.
Spotlight On: USDF Breeders Championship Series
The USDF Breeders Championship Series (USDFBCS) is a great way to introduce young horses to the world of dressage competitions. By Christina Westfall
A Path We Didn’t Plan On
The dapper Dutch Harness Horse! We are celebrating them as our May Breed of the Month on YourDressage! We recently asked our social media followers...
SMART Goals at the USDF Annual Convention
By Cheyenne Duncan. This was my first opportunity to attend the Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention and it was a remarkable experience.
A Gold Medal–Finally!
By Sue Weakley. "Henry was like an angel sent from heaven. Having been so close so many times to achieving my USDF Gold Medal goal made things a little easier but, nevertheless, it’s been an educational experience."
Small but Mighty
By Dale Downs A cremello, gaited, grade pony was born in Midland, Michigan. Bought before he was three years old by Dr. Dawn Wietfeldt, whose...
A Friesian for Finals
By Macy Clark If you would have asked me a year ago if I thought I’d be taking a Friesian to the US Dressage Finals...
My Road to having a Reserve Champion Foal
By Amy Griffin What a summer! From barely halter broken to Reserve Champion Southern Breeders Championship Series in just three weeks! A HUGE thank you to...
Where Are They Now – Jenaya Olsen
During our feature month on Youth in dressage, we reprinted the story “Young Dreams of Gold” about Jenaya Olsen, one of the youngest USDF...