Saturday, September 24, 2022

Tag: USDF Region 5

Meet the L Graduate – Stacy Williams

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Stacy Williams is a USDF "L" Graduate and USDF Certified Instructor/Trainer at Training-First Level, who currently resides in St. George, UT. Stacy has worked...

Decide!

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By Sally O’Dwyer “Your vision of what you want to be is your superpower.” -Sally O’Dwyer Passion is a choice and deciding is an action.  You...

My Boy Blue

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My goals and aspirations were turned on their head in 2010, when a ranching accident resulted in the loss of my left hand. Three months after my accident, I weaned myself off all medication so that I could ride out with my crew to work bulls in the fall. I have been riding and starting colts ever since, never looking back.

Dressage in the Fourth Dimension: A Book Review

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By Sally O’Dwyer and the Dressage Book Club of Colorado The Dressage Book Club of Colorado is comprised of a small band of dressage amateurs,...

The Teddy Bear and the Dragon: My Double-Whorl Horse

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By Johanna Bloom Hanoverians are our YourDressage Breed of the Month for March!  This breed originated in Germany, and is one of the oldest and...

Meet the L Graduate – Katherine Simard

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Katherine Simard is a dressage instructor and trainer who resides in Littleton, Colorado. Her love of horses began at a very young age. She feels blessed...

What Makes a Million-Dollar Dressage Horse, and Advice on Buying Your...

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By Sally O’Dwyer Dressage trainer Sue Martin recently presented her thoughts over Zoom on buying dressage horses for Boulder Valley Dressage members, a chapter of...

The Thirty Ways

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By Sally O’Dwyer, with help and inspiration from master entrepreneur and teacher, Seth Godin.  In his book, “The Practice, Shipping Creative Work”, Seth Godin created...

Meet the L Graduate – Nathalie Eikel-Baughman

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Nathalie Eikel-Baughman is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist and USDF L Graduate with Distinction. She is a German native and has been...

Challenged, To Victory – The Genevieve Rohner Story

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Meet the Youngest U.S. Classified Para Equestrian - Genevieve Rohner. She is a Grade IV Para Equestrian based in Park City, UT. "To say my daughter’s life in the equestrian world ‘has been’ a journey is not correct, as that implies something has ended. In fact, the journey is still unfolding."
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Trot Stretch Circles

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