Friday, October 22, 2021

Tag: USDF Education

Female Versus Male Saddles

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYjaA-eENd8 Yes, there are differences! Find out what they are. This video can be found in the USDF Education Library, and is free for USDF Members...

Trot Stretching: Aids and Purpose

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxXraHwRzPE The stretching trot is an important part of dressage training. In this excerpt from the 1994 USDF National Symposium, we see featured clinicians Wolfgang...

Tales, Tips and Take-Aways From a Serial Clinic Organizer

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By Sheli King I am a very active member of both my GMO, serving as the vice president of the Virginia Dressage Association (VADA), and...

GMO Education Initiative Types

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The primary objective of the GMO Education Initiative is to create and support new and affordable programs to engage members. The four types of events that GMOs or their chapters can host under the USDF GMO Education Initiative banner are:

5 Things To Know About USDF’s NEW Virtual Education Series

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In 2021, USDF launched the Virtual Education Series, bringing industry professionals directly to you through your phone, tablet, or computer!  Here are 5 things...

Overfeeding Protein with Dr. Caroline Loos

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Learn more with this short video. All current USDF members can now access this session in the USDF Education Library.

Lengthening the Neck with Janet Foy

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Janet Foy discusses lengthening the neck in the dressage horse in this edited footage from the 2020 Adequan®/USDF Virtual Convention. International dressage judge, clinician, and...

Types of Bit Materials with Beth Haist

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https://youtu.be/bQwpxUjMwkI This education session will give the audience the tools on how to choose the correct bit. Beth will cover the history of classic bits,...

What is Protein with Dr. Caroline Loos

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https://youtu.be/ETiomK8gQ3Y For optimal performance, feeding good quality protein is important. To put that into practice, we need to understand what defines the “quality” of protein...

Equine Sleep with Dr. Sandy Venneman, PhD

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https://youtu.be/0CiZHT9elaQ You spend a third of your life doing it, so it must be important. Sleep is vital to athletes and their performance. Learn why...
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