Thursday, October 28, 2021

Tag: USDF Connection

5 Reasons the USDF Connection Yearbook Is So Coveted

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It’s that time of year again, when we look back at the year that was, with the annual yearbook issue of USDF Connection. Each...

Top 20 From 2020 – Trending Articles and Videos from YourDressage

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From inspiring stories of underdog horse-and-rider duos finding success in the dressage arena, to informative horse health features, articles highlighting unique and interesting breeds,...

The New Equine-ID System

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The FEI and other entities already require microchipping. It’s not mandatory in dressage, but you might want to do it anyway, a top veterinarian...

5 Things to Love About USDF Connection Magazine

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USDF’s flagship publication, USDF Connection, has been delighting and educating members for over 20 years.  Currently publishing six issues per year, it contains everything...

Grooms to the Stars

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Not for the slacker, a job grooming top dressage horses is demanding but rewarding. Here, some behind-the-scenes heroes share their secrets to success. By Colleen...

Nailing It! Riding with Success Through the Levels – Part 6

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Based on USDF’s On the Levels videos. Part 6: Fourth Level. Story and Photographs by Beth Baumert Reprinted from the September/October 2020 issue of USDF Connection...

Quarantine Top 5 – In Case You Missed It!

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This list contains the five most popular YourDressage articles from the 2020 Coronavirus quarantine (approximately March-August). What were some of your favorites? Let us...

Ellin Dixon Miller – 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

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Ellin Dixon Miller received the USDF Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007. During her tenure as USDF President (1994-1999), she was a transforming force. Her...

Do Stereotypies Affect Dressage Performance?

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Equine “vices” are annoying. Can they also affect soundness or other aspects of performance? Here’s what we learned. By Heather Smith Thomas Reprinted from the July/August...

5 Benefits of Becoming a USDF Certified Instructor

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By Megan McIsaac Hello!  My name is Megan McIsaac and I am a USDF Certified Instructor through Fourth Level with my sights set on certification...
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