US Equestrian is pleased to host an FEI Driving Stewards Course in Ocala, Florida on March 18-20, 2018 at the conclusion of the Live Oak CAI. The Course is open for maintenance to those already holding an FEI Driving Steward license and to all US Equestrian members interested in becoming licensed... Read More
Open to all ages and all disciplines of riding, with presentations from experts on subjects that affect horses, their training, and their health, the 16th annual Dressage4Kids’ Weekend Equestrian Program takes place January 27- 28 at Chase Collegiate School in Waterbury, CT. Read More
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 National Drive is proud to announce it is moving to the Hoosier Horse Park at Edinburgh, Indiana, for the 2018 season, both the Spring Fling, May 24-27 and the Fall Drive, October 2-7. Read More
The last weekend in October was a true celebration of the horse in Tryon, North Carolina. Volunteers from varying segments the horse world came together to raise awareness of equine welfare, and the result was a celebration of horses, film and community. Read More
Don’t miss the 67th Annual SFHJA Charity Horse Show! This event has raised hundreds of thousands in donations over the years for Equestrian Aid Foundation and other worthy nonprofits. Read More
Asked how many many steps his horse took on the 20 meter circle and short sides, Carl admitted he was “gobsmacked” that Adam had the answers and demonstrated after a few passes how eight strides made the canter more expressive on short side. Read More
Jane called the event a highlight in her career.“It was incredible to get Carl’s eye and even this small glimpse of his genius. I hopeit’s not the last time.” Read More
A unique teaching workshop hosted by the Association for the Promotion of the Art of Horsemanship in America attracted riding teachers from throughout the United States.“This workshop aimed to bring together independent and certified instructors to dialogue and learn from one another,” Read More
Carl Hester has fun with this one. "Put some of your rhythm into his sofa canter, you could be drinking wine up there with the rhythm he offers." Read More

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