A collaboration between the United States Dressage Federation and the United States Equestrian Federation, On the Levels provides examples of the Introductory through Fourth Level dressage tests with commentary from top US trainers and judges, with segments geared toward improving difficult movements at each level.
A team of professionals from across the dressage community.
The National Governing Body of Equestrian Sport in the United States, providing leadership and vision for equestrian sport by regulating competitions and promoting the safety and welfare of horses and riders while encouraging interest, participation, and excellence at every competitive level.
Promoting and encouraging a high standard of accomplishment in dressage throughout the United States, primarily through educational programs. The United States Dressage Federation is dedicated to education, recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage.
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Connelly has won national titles at all FEI levels, Including the United States Grand Prix Championship and the United State World Cup Championship, and is a USDF honorary instructor.
Ebeling emigrated to the United States in 1984 after growing up in Germany and apprenticing for late German master Herbert Rehbein for many years. Ebeling is an Olympian and a USDF honorary instructor.
Hilda Gurney is an FEI "I" Judge and large "R: Dressage sport Horse Breeding judge, as well as a Bronze medal-winning Olympian and a USDF honorary instructor.
Born in Wesel, Germany, Peters is a four-time Olympic dressage competitor, a three-time USEF Horseman of the Year and a USDF honorary instructor.
A talented Grand Prix and FEI Young Horse competitor, Tate has earned USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals.