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It is not associated with USDF, USEF, FEI or any other equine membership association in the United States or abroad.
Featured Rider May 2019 AADA Featured Rider “Susan Sapino” Name: Alana Andrews Currently living: Green Township New Jersey Horse’s Name: Lord Snow Horse Breed: Oldenburg Riding Age: I started riding at 5 years old. Though took a break from 18-30 What or who inspired you to ride Dressage?I do not come from a “horsey” family, […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist If you’re like most riders, you’ve occasionally become frustrated with your apparent lack of progress or lost your perspective on how(or even whether) riding fits into your life. Perhaps you’ve achieved some success, only to find yourself succumbing to the stresses of having […]
AADA Interviews Lisa K Schmidt Interview and written by Mary Moon Lisa K. Schmidt founded Adult Amateur Dressage Access in 2018 to support Adult Amateur dressage riders with information, recognition for their achievements, and an online community. Lisa spoke with AADA about her transition from an Adult Amateur to a professional trainer and USEF-licensed dressage […]