Distribution of Dressage Educational Information Takes on New Possibilities
Lexington, KY (April 2, 2007) - United States Dressage Federation (USDF) announced today that Dressage Training Online (DTO) has signed on as USDF’s partner for video content. DTO and USDF share the goal of delivering education and furthering the learning of dressage enthusiasts.
This partnership was developed to aid in distributing the horse health educational information that will be available at the 2007 Adequan/USDF Annual Convention in Orlando, FL, and other USDF sponsored events. USDF looks for this partnership to be a mutually beneficial endeavor for years to come and is very excited to have such a prominent resource in dressage education on board with this venture.
“We are very happy to join in USDF’s mission to provide dressage education and promote the sport to the masses and look forward to continued growth in this area through our partnership. “To allow enthusiasts an opportunity to learn by viewing valuable educational content online is a real breakthrough in terms of traditional education. This online content can help the rider take their education to the next level!” stated Reisa Bonetti, owner of Dressage Training Online. Because of USDF’s reach in the dressage community, the educational material compiled and provided by DTO will be available to many more dressage riders and enthusiasts.
Linda Schultz, USDF Director of Marketing, agreed and added, “We’re happy to partner with an organization as dedicated to providing educational resources as Dressage Training Online, and look for this partnership to benefit not only USDF members, but the dressage community as a whole.”
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