• United States Dressage Federation (USDF)

    The USDF, is the national membership federation for the equestrian sport of dressage in the United States. The USDF operates under the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and is committed to education, recognition of achievement and promotion of dressage in the United States.

    Founded in 1973, the USDF now boasts over 33,000 members and offers year-end awards for every level of competition, as well as different breeds, junior and young riders, and adult amateur riders.

    In addition, the USDF has a "L Graduate" program for judging education, an instructor certification program, and offers many clinics for riders of all levels.

    DTO is proud to be a part of the official USDF Member Perks program. Active USDF Members can receive a 25% membership discount.

  • Dressage BC

    Dressage BC is a Province-wide dressage association in Britsh Columbia, Canada. It's mission is to provide access to education and promote the development of dressage riders in their province. Dressage BC offers grants and awards programs.

    DTO is honored to offer all active Dressage BC members a 25% membership discount.

  • Equestrian Australia

    Equestrian Australia (EA) is the peak body for the administration of Equestrian Sport in Australia. Equestrian Australia's commitment to success is encouraged at every level of the sport and is reflected in world-class results at Olympic level.

    EA athletes have achieved great victories at peak international Equestrian events. As a result Australia has earned the reputation as an elite Equestrian nation. A big part of their success is the tireless commitment and excellence shown by participants and volunteers of all ages as well as the importance EA places on sportsmanship and the welfare of horses.

    DTO is privileged to host a large number of our members from the great South Pacific, including Australia.

  • British Dressage

    British Dressage is an association that oversees all United Kingdom affiliated dressage competitions and training. British Dressage is a member of the national governing body, British Equestrian Federation.

    In addition to dressage competitions, British Dressage also oversees the British Young Riders Dressage Squad (BYRDS) and all para-equestrian dressage.

    Team DTO thanks our many, many United Kingdom members across the pond!

  • Fédération française d'équitation

    The FFE is a non-profit association responsible for the management, promotion and development of equestrian disciplines in France . It also contributes to the selection of sport and leisure horses. The FFE is a member of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) and the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF).

    One of the goals of the federation is to encourage young people to continue riding sports.

    We are very happy a growing number of French members on DTO!