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 February 2019 AADA Featured Rider “Ruth Shirkey” Name: Ruth Shirkey Currently living in Livermore, California (SF Bay Area) Horses currently owned: Wyleigh Princess, Hanoverian mare, coming 9 Royal Rhapsody (Roxie), Hanoverian filly, Weanling I started riding in the Dressage discipline in 2004. Prior to that, ever since I was a toddler, I have […]
Of course we’re all familiar of what it takes to turn out a horse to participate in dressage shows. There’s the bubbly bath followed by mane and tail conditioner, trimming of excess hair and finally a clean sheet to protect your sparkling horse. Turn outs at this point are strictly prohibited. Of course all the […]
Fourth Level Test 3 The new 2019 -2021 USEF/USDF Intro through Fourth Level Dressage Tests which were effective December 1, 2018 are available on the USDF website here. Thank goodness the test writing committee listened to suggestions to shorten this lengthy demanding test. It has been reduced from 32 movements to 22. Gone is the […]