Saturday, August 13, 2022

Tag: Region 8

A Lot of Work and a Little Budweiser

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If someone told the Lucy of 2021, as she was stewing in frustration and tears at the end of a long show day, that a year from then she would be competitive in First Level Test 3 and schooling Second Level with Budweiser, she would have said something to the effect of “in my dreams”.

A Trailblazer in the USDF Youth Dressage Rider Recognition Pin Program

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This year, Tessa Holloran became the first USDF Youth Member to earn all seven pins in the USDF Youth Dressage Rider Recognition Pin Program....

Sights from the USEF/USDF Judges’ Mini Clinic

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Throughout this year, USDF offered a number of USEF/USDF Judges’ Mini Clinics.  Held over two days, these clinics are required as maintenance for all Licensed Dressage Judges. The instructors...

A Journey of Gains and Losses

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By Dawn Bruneau My adventures with horses began 40 years ago as a working student at Ironstone Farm in Andover, MA.  I mucked stalls, groomed,...

Take a Tour of the 2022 Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional...

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By Chelsey Burris Every fall, each of the nine USDF Regions hosts a Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championship, presented by SmartPak.  These championships...

Dressage Horse of a Different Color

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At the end of 2020, I did something I only dreamed of. I donned my first ever shadbelly and rode down centerline for my first ever FEI test. *Cue more happy tears.*

Discovering Her Roots

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Having recently graduated from law school and with limited funds for a purchase, I found myself browsing PetFinder, hoping to maybe find an Off the Track Thoroughbred. The first profile I clicked on was of a 5-year-old, 13 hand pony mare, named Dixie.

Jenny Susser on Prepare to Perform

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This article won the 2021 GMO Newsletter Award for a general interest article for GMOs with 500 or more members. It originally appeared in...

Big Things Come in Small Packages

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For about 15 years, we showed all over New York with our Morgans. Then, in 2014, we attended a small dressage clinic. This clinic sparked our interest in dressage and we never looked back! 

Always A Ladyhawke

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Growing up, I always wanted a Kennebec Morgan. My mom had worked out at the Kennebec Morgan Farm in the 70s, and told me stories of her happy memories with all the different horses. I was obsessed.
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