A FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage Judge Course in accordance with USEF/F.E.I will be held at the Del Mar Horse Park in California March 9-11, 2012. Read More
The Dressage Foundation is proud to announce this year's recipients of the Carol Lavell Gifted Scholarships for Adult Amateurs. Each will receive a $1,000 Scholarship to enable them to set aside quality time in concentrated training with a horse they own, with a trainer of choice, away from the... Read More
A seminar that explores how the economy, the horse industry, and the Internet are affecting horse business owners. Join EquestrianProfessional.com the evening of December 19th 2012 for the most powerful horse business webinar of the year. Read More
“Fundraising – it’s needed by most equestrians in all disciplines, the techniques are not now being taught, and who better to do it than The Dressage Foundation whose very business is raising money, managing it, and giving it away.” Read More
Dressage enthusiasts around the world have spent the last three years benefitting from the world’s premier online training resource, DressageTrainingOnline.com (DTO), featuring a vast array of training videos. Now reining enthusiasts will have a similar website, ReiningTrainingOnline.com, which... Read More
The Grand Prix team championship test is going on now at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong. At the moment, five riders have gone. The scores can be followed live via the official website. Live streaming is available for U.S. residents at NBC Olympics and for Europeans via Eurovision sports Read More
Live Auction Items at the Party with Dressage Olympic Candidates at USET Foundation's "One Team, One Dream - A Salute to Hong Kong" on June 28 - Limited Tickets Available Read More
15-year-old Holly Bergay is a bit overwhelmed and the surge of support recently generated when she became aware she still had a shot at the 2008 Beijing Para Olympic US Team. A campaign to raise funds, spearheaded by Olympian Debbie McDonald who is as big a fan of Holly as Holly is of her, has... Read More