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 June 2018 AADA Featured Rider “Sonia Zugel” I was born in Cork, Ireland and currently live in Holmdel, New Jersey with my husband Christian Zugel and two daughters Ashleigh and Lucia. My horse career evolved from fox hunting in Ireland and Simi Valley California, following a family tradition of MFH (Master of Fox […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist Your Horse Is Your Mirror Series The Horse-Human Partnership – Part 1 Unlike most sports, riding involves developing a relationship with a living, breathing creature. As a result, a rider’s interpersonal problems may “play out” -usually to the detriment of the performance- with […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist What could your equestrian “issues” be telling you about yourself? Here’s how to improve both. “Every time I work with a horse – or person, I think how the problems and solutions relate to a human’s life, including my own. There are […]