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 April 2019 AADA Featured Rider “Alana Andrews” Name: Alana Andrews Currently living: Los Angeles Horse’s Name: Caju Horse Breed: Lusitano What or who inspired you to ride Dressage?My mom inspired me since she asked me to go on a horse shopping trip to Spain with her. She was looking for a dressage horse, […]
Listen to your “Dance Partner” when choosing your MFS Music A personal experience story by Diann Landau I have learned the hard way that your horse must be included in the process of selecting the music you use if doing a Musical Freestyle. 5 years ago I ventured into the world of Dancing with my […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist Anyone who has competed more than a few times has experienced the multitude of distractions present at the show. The loose horse that flies by just as you start down centerline or the well-intentioned groundskeeper who revs up the tractor or the water […]