Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Tag: Youth

5 Unforgettable Moments from the 2022 US Dressage Finals presented by...

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By Chelsey Burris The US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® gets its moniker, the Centerline of Champions, for good reason.  Competitors from across the United...

Ageless Eye Candy

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Eye Candy (Escudo II x Goldstern by Grenadier), a 1999 Hanoverian bred by Hans Hosp of Ottendorf Germany, began his classical dressage training in Vechta, Germany, with Catherine Haddad Staller in early 2003.  Eye Candy was purchased by Robin Mattson in October of that year.  Eye Candy remained in Germany in training with Staller until the fall of 2005, when Robin  imported him to the United States.  Over the next 17 years, Robin and Eye Candy progressed through the levels to Intermediate I, earning their USDF Bronze and Silver Medals.

A Journey Traveled Together

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Sweet Seniors! On #YourDressage, we have been celebrating the special horses in our lives that are ages 20 and up through photo galleries and...

An Exciting Summer for the Future of Dressage

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By George Williams, USDF President This story is sponsored by Sidelines Magazine.  It originally appeared here. There’s something about getting older that makes time go by...

USDF’s Dedication to Education at Annual Convention Continues

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By Amber Wiseman USDF has long been dedicated to education, recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage in the US. We are proud to offer...

An Interview with NAYC Star Erin Nichols

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Erin Nichols took the FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) Young Rider division by storm in her second time at the competition. Earning gold...

US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® Reminders

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The 2022 US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® is right around the corner!  If you’re planning to join us in Kentucky this November for...

Small But Mighty: FEI Dressage Ponies

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By George Williams, USDF President This story is sponsored by Sidelines Magazine.  It originally appeared here. They may be small, but they are mighty in Europe....

A Story of Gratitude

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My introduction to the equestrian world began in the hunter and jumper rings. I started by competing with my first pony, a Welsh X Thoroughbred mare named Valencia, aka Lacey. After a tough year of troubleshooting lameness issues, and discovering her navicular syndrome, I began rehabbing her with dressage. Although Lacey’s medical issues have been a challenge to manage, I wouldn’t change a thing, as it led me to dressage. Lacey has taught me an incredible amount for which I will be forever grateful.

“A Total Dream Come True” – The 2022 FEI North American...

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By Chelsey Burris Each summer, young equestrians between the ages of 14 and 21 gather to compete for top team and individual honors in the...
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