The purpose of the Para-Equestrian Dressage Fund is to provide financial support for para-dressage riders to attend educational events, such as clinics at the USEF/USPEA Para-Equestrian Centers of Excellence (COE). Read More
Check out the athletes who have thrown their helmet into the arena to represent their sport at the highest level. Read More
Beginning in July this year, ONLY a registered PET Permitted Equine Therapistswith an FEI ID card may administerrestricted supportive therapiesto FEI horses/ponies at FEI events. PETs must be registered for each specific type of therapy they are administering. Read More
The Para-Dressage Test Event showcased athletes from Canada and the United States in the main Tryon Stadium for the first time this season to familiarize with the ring that many will be competing in this September at the WEG. Read More
Those in attendance at the recent 2018 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, FL, were witness to a special treat, a rare feat of training that combined the sensitivity and temperament of a special Trakehner stallion named Lord Locksley piloted by 15 year old David Botana. Read More
Michel Assouline, led a Para-Dressage Coaches Clinic at Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center. The event was attended by riders, instructors, and parents of athletes, eager to work with the this well-known coach. Assoluine stressed the important impact para-dressage has on participants lives. Read More
The Deloitte U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team comprised of Michele Bandinu, Katie Jackson, Margaret McIntosh, and Roxanne Trunnell stepped into 2018 with an impressive performance at the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival CPEDI3* Read More
Enteroliths are one of the many causes of colic in the horse. They are actually concrete-like balls that form in the intestinal tract and eventually often cause obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract and have to be surgically removed. Read More
For the first time, the OQHA All American Quarter Horse Congress hosted the USA Para Reining National Championships drawing riders who qualified from six states. Grade 4 rider Fred Win’s smooth run on Smokin Lil Mercedez earned the highest score to clinch the championship. Read More
Riders made their way down centerline today for their FEI Para-Freestyles, the final classes of the week in the FEI CPEDI 3* presented by Adequan®, running in conjunction with the USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships sponsored by Deloitte. Read More

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