The Mission of The Dressage Foundation is "To cultivate and provide financial support for the Advancement of Dressage." The Dressage Foundation was established in 1989 by Lowell Boomer, who was also the founding organizer of the United States Dressage Federation (USDF) in 1973.
6/3/13 - We'd like to give a big THANK YOU to all the dressage groups that have stepped up to sponsor the Century Club this year! Because of generous donations, we are able to honor some of the most inspirational riders in our sport. Would you or your dressage club like to help? Find out how!
5/17/13 - Thank you to everyone who participated in Give to Lincoln Day! TDF donors generously provided $10,420 that will be used to help advance dressage in the U.S. Matching funds from the Lincoln Community Foundation are being determined. We are very thankful for your support!
5/8/13 - Congratulations to Allison Spivey (VA), this year's recipient of the $500 Trip Harting Fund Grant. Allison will use the funds to continue the 'L' Education Program, with a goal of becoming a judge. Read more...
5/2/13 - Based on feedback we have received from Adult Amateur riders, we have revised the guidelines for the Gifted Fund grants for Adult Amateurs. Riders who formally lease a horse (with paperwork through USDF or USEF) are now eligible to apply for a grant! See the Gifted Fund page for more information.
Stay in Touch and Learn More about TDF:
Through our monthly e-newsletter, "Your TDF Update," you'll become part of our family! We'll share stories from some of our grant recipients, you'll be able to "meet" new Century Club members, learn about upcoming grant deadlines, and much more.
The 2012 issue of The Dressage Foundation News is now available. Click on the picture to the left to download a pdf version. If you would like a copy mailed to you, please contact us at (402) 434-8585.