Thursday, December 8, 2022

Tag: Volunteer

The Village of Volunteers

Volunteers are the lifeblood of every horse show.  For a competition the size of the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®, it truly takes...

What Have You Done for Me, Lately?

By: Ross Creech Janet Jackson may have asked the question, but it’s USDF’s passionate and dedicated Group Members (GMs) that have demanded an answer. While...

Spotlight On: GMO Awards

Ask anyone associated with USDF and they will tell you uninhibitedly that “GMOs are the backbone of the organization!” …and it’s true! Nearly 50...

Creating Her Dressage Future

Jouelle Kimura’s mother forbade her to ride. Later she saw a dearth of dressage opportunities for youth. She persisted, and in 2021, she became...

5 Ways to Support Dressage in the US

It’s the sport you love - a beautiful dance between a human and a horse.  If you are a dressage enthusiast and want to...

Aloha Spirit

USDF Member of Distinction Martha McDaniel helped to put Hawaii on the dressage map By Kim MacMillan Reprinted from the September/October 2021 issue of USDF Connection...

Reflections of a First Year Dressage Competitor

Year one was fabulous...I can’t wait to see where the journey takes us and for year two! Thanks for making year one so memorable! By Lori LaFave

Dressage Riders-Volunteer Now! 

USDF operates at the local level throughout the US via more than 100 affiliated clubs called Group Membership Organizations or GMOs.  By joining your local GMO, you automatically become a group member of USDF. Each GMO is part of a USDF Region—there are 9 Regions that comprise the US. In many of the larger GMOs, when you become a member, you also become part of a local chapter, which ensures good representation throughout the geographic footprint of the GMO.

From the YourDressage Archives – Volunteering at the US Dressage Finals...

It’s Throwback Thursday!  Enjoy this article from the YourDressage Archives, which was originally published in the June 2017 issue of the flipbook version of...

Meet the L Graduate – Alicia Cross

Alicia Cross has been riding and judging dressage for many years and enjoys the physics of horse and rider. She was an original member...
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