Thursday, December 8, 2022

Tag: Training

Sights from the USDF L Education Program

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The USDF L Education Program offers a comprehensive curriculum created to teach participants and auditors how to evaluate dressage performance at Training through Second...

Dressage Paraíso

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World-class dressage awaits at Portugal’s Monte Velho Equo-Resort and Lusitano Stud Farm Reprinted from the July/August 2022 issue of USDF Connection magazine By L.A. Sokolowski Before planning...

Make Your Dressage Progress From “Meh” to “Yeah” With Goals

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Read here to find out why, “I want to ride Third Level this year” might not be a good goal for you… By Sally O’Dwyer Riders...

15 Tips to Improve Communication with Your Horse

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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 story is sponsored by Dressage Today.

Giraffe Friesian Cross

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The mighty Friesian! We are celebrating this fairytale-looking breed as our May Breed of the Month on YourDressage! For our USDF Flashback this week we...

Being in the “Spot”light

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Stryker is a great ambassador of the breed – full of heart and ever-changing color. With his color, we garnish a lot of attention at shows so he has to be on his best behavior. He can be quirky and spooky at home but at a show he really shines – he loves being in the “spot” light.

Systematic Thinking and Riding with Johann Hinnemann

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At the New England Dressage Association’s Fall Symposium, the renowned German trainer shared his wealth of knowledge. By Beth Baumert; Photographs by Carole MacDonald Reprinted from the January/February 2022 issue of USDF Connection magazine

Fantom, The Golden Boy

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By Jess Idol   We are celebrating Splash of Color month on YourDressage!  Whether your horse is a Paint, Appaloosa, Knabstrupper, or Gypsy Horse, sports a...

Jennifer Roth: Classical Training with a Competitive Edge

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By Cheri Isgreen With generous assistance from a USDF GMO Education Initiative grant and support from the Grand Valley Dressage Society, rural Colorado dressage members...

Sue Martin Dressage: The Use of Independent Aids

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By Sally O’Dwyer Dressage trainer Sue Martin has been training riders for many years to help them develop an independent seat. Sue says that the...
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