Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Tag: US Dressage Finals

A Force of Nature

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For more than 50 years, Janine W. Malone has worked to create a better future for the sport she loves Reprinted from the November/December 2022...

Sponsor Spotlight: Premier Equestrian

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What programs do you sponsor with USDF? Premier Equestrian is a contributing sponsor of the US Dressage Finals, the sponsor of Underfoot, and a USDF...

Rising Stars

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By Ella Fruchterman The 2022 season is one that I will never forget! It was truly the best year yet in my riding career, but...

Staff Profile: Sarah Delahanty

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Department: USDF Education Department Job title: Senior Education Coordinator What is your main task in the office? I wear lots of different hats, but my primary tasks involve supporting...

The US Dressage Finals Are Still Special

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A dressage trainer reflects on her fifth journey to the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® By Angelia Bean My fifth trip to the Kentucky Horse...

Pik Me

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By Deanna Hertrich-Nelson Pik Me, is a 7-year-old American Warmblood who stands 17.3 hands tall.  He is sired by Pik Ravenclaw and is out of...

Trending Topics and Takeaways from the 2022 Adequan®/USDF Annual Convention

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By Chelsey Burris and Ross Creech As USDF Members Took the Reins, Our First In-Person Convention Since the Pandemic Certainly Proved One for the Record...

5 Unforgettable Moments from the 2022 US Dressage Finals presented by...

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By Chelsey Burris The US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® gets its moniker, the Centerline of Champions, for good reason.  Competitors from across the United...

The Village of Volunteers

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of every horse show.  For a competition the size of the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®, it truly takes...

Ageless Eye Candy

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Eye Candy (Escudo II x Goldstern by Grenadier), a 1999 Hanoverian bred by Hans Hosp of Ottendorf Germany, began his classical dressage training in Vechta, Germany, with Catherine Haddad Staller in early 2003.  Eye Candy was purchased by Robin Mattson in October of that year.  Eye Candy remained in Germany in training with Staller until the fall of 2005, when Robin  imported him to the United States.  Over the next 17 years, Robin and Eye Candy progressed through the levels to Intermediate I, earning their USDF Bronze and Silver Medals.
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