• Evan Donadt's Pro Grooming Tips

    Learn the grooming strategies of Evan Donadt, professional groom of Donadt Dressage. The social media personality behind EvanGrooms, Evan shares his grooming routine—with splashes of fun and humor thrown in—and gives tips to help you groom like a pro. He covers hoof care, checking a horse’s legs,...

  • USDF E-Learning

    19 seasons

    Welcome to USDF eLearning! Supplement your dressage knowledge with exclusive access to USDF events including full-length videos from the Adequan®/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conferences and USDF Sport Horse Prospect Development Forums. USDF members can receive education credits toward USDF University...

  • Eventing
    3 seasons


    3 seasons

    Eventing, an Olympic sport, is best described as an equestrian triathlon. The sport originated as a cavalry test and is comprised of three phases: dressage, cross-country, and show jumping. Eventing tests horse and rider pairs more completely than any other. Learn from the best eventing riders an...

  • Dressage Problem Solving

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  • Hunters/Equitation

    103 items

    Modern hunter classes were designed to test the qualities and attributes of a successful hunt horse negotiating natural obstacles (fences, hedges, stone walls). These classes are subjectively judged based on the horse’s performance over fences as well as its quality of movement under saddle on th...

  • Movements
    18 seasons


    18 seasons

    Learn more about specific movements, from training and fine-tuning to troubleshooting.

  • Workouts

    9 items

    As riders, we know the fitter we are, the better partners we are to our horses. Our coaches breakdown workouts and give exercises developed specifically for riders that you can do without a gym membership.

  • Jumping
    187 items


    187 items

    The Olympic sport of show jumping is scored objectively based solely on the horse’s athletic ability over fences as measured by time. A jumper’s only job is to clear all the fences in the course as quickly as possible without incurring any faults from knocking down a rail, refusing the jump or fi...