THE DRESSAGE FOUNDATION AWARDS $10,000 TO U.S. DRESSAGE INSTRUCTORS

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December 2, 2014 – The Dressage Foundation has announced that a total of $10,000 has been awarded to U.S. dressage instructors through the Major dapoxetine is used as a treatment for premature ejaculation. buy dapoxetine sweden . dapoxetine consumer information. dapoxetine online canada. Anders Lindgren Scholarship program, funded through The Dressage Foundation’s Carol Lavell Gifted Memorial Fund. The Lindgren Scholarships provide financial support that enables dressage instructors to train in a concentrated amount of time in order to improve teaching, riding, and training skills. This year, the Selection Committee chose the following recipients:

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Katie Poag (Johns Island, SC) was awarded the $6,000 Lindgren Scholarship. Katie is an “L” Graduate with distinction, and has earned her USDF where to buy dapoxetine online . men’s health. anti-fungus, general health, dental whitening. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Bronze Freestyle Bar Medalist. She plans to use the funds to train with Michael Poulin, while she pursues Instructor Certification through 4th Level and the “r” judging program.

Ziggy Tryon and Katie Poag, Credit WNC Photography

Karen Lee (Boyceville, WI) is the recipient of a $2,000 Lindgren Scholarship. She has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals, Bronze Freestyle Bar Medal and is an “L” Graduate with distinction from the USDF “L” Program. Karen will use the funds to train with Amanda Johnson.

Meghan Hamilton (Dartmouth, MA) was also awarded a $2,000 Scholarship. She has earned her Bronze and Silver Medalist and a Certified Equine Massage http://allvetmed.com all vet med is the leading provider of online pet medications through their pharmacy order fucidin Therapist. Meghan will use the scholarship to train with Heather Blitz.

Since 1996, The Dressage Foundation has offered annual instructor scholarships in Major Anders Lindgren’s name. Major Lindgren was an accomplished dressage rider, having won the 1971 Swedish Dressage Championship and ridden on the Swedish Olympic Team in 1972. He also won the Scandinavian Eventing Championship in 1959. Lindgren’s contribution to American dressage was large, as he buy baclofen online, street value of baclofen , baclofen 10 mg street value . was solidly committed to the education of U.S. dressage instructors. Over a ten-year period, almost 1,000 participating instructors learned from his systematic, structural approach to teaching dressage at the USDF/Violet Hopkins National Seminars for Dressage Instructors, and then at the National Symposium. Major Lindgren passed away in 2010, at the age of 85. The Dressage Foundation is proud to offer these important scholarships in his honor.

Applications for the three Lindgren scholarships are due to The Dressage Foundation by September 30th of each year. A Grant Selection Committee will review each application and determine the recipients, if qualified applications are received. For more information about the Major Anders Lindgren Scholarships and The Dressage Foundation, please contact Jenny Johnson at (402) 434-8585 or visit here.
The Dressage Foundation

The Dressage Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt, donor-driven organization that is dedicated to supporting and advancing the sport of dressage. The organization solicits contributions, appropriately allocates the donations, and awards grants and scholarships to dressage riders of all ages and levels. For more information, please visit here.

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