Tag: Rocky Mountain Dressage Society

A Trip Down Memory Lane

By Sarah Parsons. In 1976, three women did something that hadn’t been done in almost thirty years. They won a team medal in dressage at the Montreal Olympics for the United States.

Praise and Diligent Work Go Hand in Hand

At a Colorado symposium, Olympian Robert Dover explained why rewards are as important as exacting standards in improving dressage performance Story and Photographs by Natalie...

Meet the L Graduate – Katherine Simard

Katherine Simard is a dressage instructor and trainer who resides in Littleton, Colorado. Her love of horses began at a very young age. She feels blessed...

Meet the L Graduate – Michelle Anderson

I am one of many horse crazy little girls who never outgrew the crazy! Blame my maternal grandmother who was an active competitor in...

Classical Dressage: From Dallying a Rope on my Saddle Horn to...

By Sgt. Joe Cummings This article won the 2019 GMO Newsletter Award for first person experience for GMOs with 500 or more members. ...

RMDS Adult Amateur Clinic with Bill McMullin

This article won the 2018 GMO Newsletter Award in first-person experience for GMOs with 500 or more members. It first appeared in the...
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The First US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®

Take a look through the first ever US Dressage Finals program!

USDF Recognizes Accomplishments for Riders of All Ages

USDF recognizes achievement for riders age 50 & over through the Adequan®/USDF Vintage Cup program, & riders age 60 & over through the Master's Challenge Award!