The USDF Regional Adult Amateur Equitation Program recognizes adult amateurs competing in equitation and promotes correct seat, position, and use of the aids in dressage. Adult Amateurs wishing to qualify to compete in an Adult Amateur Equitation Regional Final may qualify to do so by earning a 70%, or higher in any Dressage Seat Equitation. 508 rows · Promoting and encouraging a high standard of accomplishment in dressage throughout the .
United States Dressage Federation Official Page, Lexington, Kentucky. 51,515 likes · 727 talking about this · 126 were here. Photo Credit: Karl Lawrence4.1/5(69). THIRD LEVEL TEST 1 The new 2019 -2021 USEF/USDF Intro through Fourth Level Dressage Tests effective December 1, 2018 are available on the USDF website here. Also, for Third Level Test 1 in the 2019 test cycle, the movement sequences have remained unchanged. However, other than the extended walk, the coefficient movements have changed completely.Author: Lisakschmidt.
AADA was conceived by Lisa Schmidt, a USEF S dressage judge, USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze medalist, USEF ‘L’ Program Trainers, coach to many successful Adult Amateurs and former USDF Region 1 Director. Her vision is to make the AADA an educational and community building resource to promote the AA in dressage.Author: Lisakschmidt. Adult Amateurs wishing to qualify to compete in an Adult Amateur Equitation Regional Final may qualify to do so by earning a 70%, or higher in any Dressage Seat Equitation class (except walk-trot) or by qualifying for the Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Championships (freestyles exempt).