In 2012, the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) launched an innovative Developing Driver Program to provide supplemental training opportunities for American combined drivers who demonstrated a commitment to the goal of competing at the USEF/FEI level and who were in pursuit of competitive excellence. The eventual goal was to increase the number of drivers and their horses/ponies competing at high performance levels, therefore developing the drivers that could become be future international competitors for Team USA.

With a record number of 15 drivers invited to participate, the training schedule was expanded to four full days of intensive lessons, demonstrations, and lectures. "We had so many applications to participate this time that we did everything we could to expand it to invite as many drivers as... Read More
There will be a developing driver clinic February 5-7, 2016 at The Grand Oaks Resort in Wiersdale, Florida. Thorsten Zarembowicz will be the clinician for this clinic. The Developing Driver Program has been established to provide supplemental training opportunities for American CDE drivers that... Read More
"I couldn't be more pleased to see how this program has grown," said Misdee Wrigley Miller, whose generous support underwrites the majority of the USEF Developing Driver Program. "To watch how the progress made by each driver and horse during the training sessions translates into these kinds of... Read More
The popular and innovative USEF Developing Driver Program (DDP) held its final clinic of the year on picturesque Hillcroft Farm in Paris, Ky., October 24 - 26, 2014. Whether drivers were wrapping up their show year or getting ready for the 2015 Florida season, this intensive clinic offered up... Read More

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