The Dressage Foundation is participating in Lincoln, Nebraska's "2017 Give to Lincoln Day" once again, and we are asking your help in sharing this with your dressage contacts and clubs.Read More
Guntersville, AL (Mar. 26, 2016) - IRIDE Presents: Master Trainer HENK ven BERGEN Dressage Clinic to be held on May 10-12, 2016 at Sky's Haven Stables in Guntersville, AL.Read more
Lexington, KY (Feb. 18, 2016) - The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) and Great American Insurance Group are pleased to announce the prize money for the 2016 Great American/USDF Regional Dressage Championships Series, presented by SmartPak and supported by Merial.Read USDF News
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The parent of Region 3. The USDF promotes and encourages a high standard of accomplishment in dressage throughout the United States, primarily through educational programs.
The USEF is the National Governing Body for equestrian sport; a responsibility the Federation takes very seriously. The largest multi- breed and discipline organization in equestrian sport, the USEF stewards safe and fair competition across 29 disciplines and breeds.
The current rules and regulations are available on their Web site.
A Group Member Organization is a local or regional club that is affiliated with USDF whose members enjoy certain benefits of joining USDF.
USDF has approximately 130 affiliated dressage clubs, or Group Member Organizations (GMOs), across the United States and Canada. These clubs submit their membership rosters to the USDF office. By joining your local GMO, you automatically become a group member (GM) of USDF.
The Federation Equestre Internationale is the governing body for international dressage competition. They write and update the FEI tests above Fourth Level and govern the World Cup, World Equestrian Games and the Olympics.