Newly minted as a Para Dressage rider, Meghan Benge is no novice when it comes to competition. She represented the U.S. at two FEI Para Driving World Championships, collecting a Team Bronze in 2002, and earning Team Silver and Individual Gold in 2008, in Greven, Germany. Read More
When Micha Knol's ambitions to become a professional rider in the Netherlands was derailed by the death of his father at a young age, he pursued a successful career in banking. Inspired by a motivational speaker as part of his work related training program, his dream to return to riding Dressage... Read More
In 2003 Natalie Hamilton went to Europe to groom for her long time trainer, David Wightman who was participating in the FEI World Dressage Young Horse Championships in Verden. Little did she know she was about to not only bring a new horse back to the USA, but a new husband as well. Read More
Seems like America’s heartland is breeding some great young Dressage talent and we’re not just talking horses. 25-year-old Adam Steffens is returning to The Lamplight Equestrian Center in St Charles, Illinois, not far from his home state of Minnesota where he got his start taking dressage lessons... Read More

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