Thursday, December 8, 2022

Tag: Volunteer

The Village of Volunteers

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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?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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! 

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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...

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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

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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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