The Dressage Foundation has announced that a total of $10,000 has been awarded to U.S. dressage instructors. The Lindgren Scholarships provide financial support that enables dressage instructors to train in a concentrated amount of time in order to improve teaching, riding, and training skills. Read More
The Dressage Foundation's Young Rider International Dream Program is now accepting applications for the 2016 trip. Participants selected for this year’s trip will attend the dressage competitions at the Aachen Equestrian Festival in July. Read More
The top bidder will receive Valegro’s winning shoe from the 2015 Las Vegas World Cup Finals, a photo of Valegro autographed by Charlotte Dujardin, and a Certificate of Authenticity from Carl Hester, all in an elegantly framed set. The auction will be held online at www.32auctions.com... Read More
The Dressage Foundation's Continuing Education for Dressage Instructors Fund, established by Maryal and Charles Barnett in 2008, has recently awarded grants to six individuals to attend the United States Dressage Federation's Instructor Certification Program. Read More
Ralph and Freddie Dreitzler established the Heldenberg Training Center Fund in memory of E.L. Dreitzler, in conjunction with Andreas Hausberger, Chief Rider at the Spanish Riding School and Director of the Training Center in Heldenberg. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance... Read More
“Through the years I focused only on the present with Rossi. However, if someone had asked me if I thought he would be a Grand Prix horse I would have probably laughed! Very often I would look to my competitors and their schoolmasters and scratch my head.” While she had her doubts and was doubted... Read More
Four young riders have been selected for the 2015 International Dream Program that annually sends US young riders to Europe for an intensive dressage experience. The program is administered and funded annually by The Dressage Foundation (TDF). An independent selection committee, after reviewing... Read More
The Dressage Foundation's Renee Isler Dressage Support Fund has awarded an $800 grant to youth dressage rider Ayden Uhlir. Ayden and her KWPN horse, Sjapoer, were recently selected for the USEF Dressage Young Rider European Tour to train and compete in Hagen, Germany. Read More

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