Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: USDF Connection

Blast From the Past

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We dug into our USDF Connection photo files and found this gem from our July/August 2011 issue. The caption read: During an early-morning training...

The Unreliable Partner

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The greatest challenge for dressage legend Jessica Ransehousen was Orpheus, her mount for the 1988 Seoul Olympics By Jessica Ransehousen with Katherine Walcott Reprinted from the...

Past Friesian All-Breed Winners

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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...

Renaissance Man

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For classical master and World War II survivor Charles de Kunffy, art and horsemanship are one and the same By Kim F. Miller Reprinted from the...

Past Knabstrupper All-Breed Winners

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It’s easy to pick a Knabstrupper out of the crowd.  The Danish breed is an instant head-turner, featuring beautiful and unique coloring from solid...

Online Learning

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Like everybody else, the USDF has vastly expanded its virtual educational offerings. Read this to make sure you’re taking full advantage. By Jennifer O. Bryant Online...

What Makes a Good Para-Dressage Horse?

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Para-dressage runs parallel to “able-bodied” dressage in almost every aspect. When it comes to selecting a horse, is there any difference between the two disciplines? By Elizabeth Moyer Reprinted from the January/February 2020 issue of USDF Connection magazine

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

Past Trakehner All-Breed Winners

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Renowned for its floating trot, the Trakehner is one of the lightest & most refined warmbloods. We are celebrating this breed as our March...

A Headshaker of a Problem

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Research has uncovered clues to the mystery of headshaking, but for some horse owners the condition remains frustratingly difficult to manage
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