AADA is a privately sponsored support organization developed for Adult Amateur Dressage Riders.
It is not associated with USDF, USEF, FEI or any other equine membership association in the United States or abroad.
Featured Rider July 2019 AADA Featured Rider “Jennifer Baxter” Name: Jennifer Andrews Currently living: Magnolia, Texas Horse’s Name: Delilah Horse Breed: Friesian Mare Riding Age: 58 What or who inspired you to ride Dressage?I am inspired by the bond between horse and rider. To be able to trust your horse and have them trust you […]
Bridget Braden Personal Fitness and Dressage Trainer You don’t have to fall off to be hurt by a horse. There’s so many ways physically be compromised by a horse and mobility exercises will help increase a riders performance, especially after injury. In this department, the layout to specific injuries is constantly growing. Within the four […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist The Sweet Smell of Success Key to feeling satisfied with your goals and progress as a rider is a realistic definition of success. Ask yourself: What does “success” mean to me? Will I be successful only if I make the Olympic team? If […]