About The Dressage Foundation
The Dressage Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization, whose mission is to cultivate and provide financial support for the advancement of dressage in the United States.
Lowell Boomer started The Dressage Foundation (TDF) in 1989, and since that time, millions of dollars in grant funding has been awarded to improve dressage in the United States. Grants are available for riders of all ages and levels, instructors, judges, breeders, show managers, dressage clubs, and more.
All of the funding for these grants was provided by contributions from donors. These donations have come to us in all sizes - small, medium, large, and extra large. Every contribution is important to our work and has allowed the Foundation to provide monetary assistance to thousands of dressage enthusiasts to advance their knowledge and experience in the sport of dressage. Learn more about supporting TDF.
The Impact of the Boomer Family
Learn more about the Boomers, TDF's "Founding Family," and how their organizational and financial leadership shaped the Foundation into what it is today. Read the article.