Sunday, May 28, 2023

Tag: USEF Rules

Fashion Forward

With the attire rules busted wide open, we wondered what dressage competitors are doing with their newfound freedom. Enjoy this “look book” and get...

What to Know About Consecutive Levels and How They Relate to...

When it comes to preparing for dressage competition and vying for standing in award and championship programs, competitors and owners have more than their fair share of rules and regulations to be aware of and remember. One area that seems to cause some continued confusion is the definition of ‘consecutive levels’ and how that applies to both competition and Adequan®/USDF Year-End Award standings.

Top 20 From 2020 – Trending Articles and Videos from YourDressage

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,...

Snaffle Bit Quiz

0 How well do you know the USEF snaffle bit rules for National Level competitions? Take this quiz and find out! ' For more information and to...

The Right Snaffle Bit

Which one should you choose for your horse? Experts help you sort the options By Patti Schofler Reprinted from October 2014 USDF Connection magazine Derived...
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USDF’s Original Membership Cards

Anne Zahradnik recently shared this photo of her original USDF Membership Card - for the 1977-1978 membership year!

USEF Licensed Dressage Judge Licenses Explained

The United States Equestrian Federation licenses dressage judges at three levels. Here we give a brief explanation of licenses, as well as requirements for judging specific classes.