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 March 2019 AADA Featured Rider “Anke Ott” Name: Anke Ott Currently living: New Canaan Connecticut Horses currently owned: Mercenario FC 15 years old, PRE approved breeding Stallion Favorite Horse’s Name: barn name “Matcho” When did you start riding: As a 9 year old girl in Saarland, Germany. What or who inspired you to ride […]
Timmie Pollock, Ph. D , C.C. – AASP Equestrian Athlete Sport Psychologist Riding is a very challenging sport. Not only do riders need strength, balance, coordination and good timing, we must also effectively manage emotions such as fear and anger. Perhaps you suffer from competition anxiety, a common problem. At shows your thoughts race; you […]
So your horse isn’t moving like he should, shows signs of discomfort, or has a new bad attitude? You’ve tried a few different home remedies and read a few articles on why this might be happening but just can’t seem to solve the problem. There is a good chance your horse needs myofascial release (MFR). […]