AFTER TWO DAYS OF GRAND PRIX COMPETITION TEAM USA COMBINATIONS ALL MOVE ON TO THE GRAND PRIX SPECIAL AND GRAND PRIX FREESTYLE
US Equestrian has announced the four athlete-and-horse combinations selected to represent Team USA at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo, Japan, as part of the U.S. Dressage Olympic Team.
Dressage Today's Content Manager Stephanie Ruff shares her experience of attending her first big dressage event.
Competition shined under the lights at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center
In this special Olympic podcast, sponsored by Vita Flex, co-hosts Stephanie and Aviva share recent personal news, and Aviva answers another great question in "Ask the L." Then listen in on their interview with leading Olympic contender Adrienne Lyle as she talks about her background, her horses and her Olympic experience. Enjoy!
USA’s Adrienne Lyle and Salvino captured the top spot in the FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI4*.
Learn more about this rider’s unique equestrian background!
The grant showcases talented American-bred horses ridden by U.S. citizens and provides money for training and competition in Europe.
Germany continues to dominate as the world champion dressage nation, but the U.S. is getting closer to the glint of gold with a sterling silver medal effort
Germany leads after day one of WEG Grand Prix dressage, but the U.S. is definitely in the medal hunt
After her ride in the Grand Prix at Tryon, Adrienne Lyle shares a few post-ride thoughts in this interview with Nancy Jaffer.
Dressage Today's managing editor Lindsay Paulsen discusses some of the highlights of her personal World Equestrian Games experience.
With patience and persistence, Adrienne Lyle returns to the top of the international stage with this Hanoverian stallion.
A trainer’s consistent winners highlighted a special show in Wellington, Florida, where an international field included many riders pointing toward this fall’s FEI World Equestrian Games.
The competitors who dominated the Intermediaire I, Grand Prix and Under 25 national dressage championships at the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, N.J. had something special in common.