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USDF Congratulates New “L” Program Graduates
By Sharon Vander Ziel
Lexington, KY (December 13, 2012) - The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce that 58 USDF members successfully completed the USDF “L” Education Program in 2012.
The USDF “L” Education Program is designed to prepare candidates to enter the United States Equestrian Federation “r” Judges Training Program, to qualify individuals to judge schooling shows, and to give competitors, trainers, and instructors greater insight into the evaluative process of judging dressage. The program also serves to provide continuing education for licensed judges. The “L” Program is an excellent opportunity for all USDF members to learn from United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) licensed judges, in order to improve their scores and improve their ability to view other rides from a judge’s perspective, whether or not they plan on becoming licensed judges themselves. USDF “L” Program faculty are all approved USEF Senior (“S”) dressage judges, who also have experience in teaching judge-training programs.
USDF congratulates the following new graduates of the USDF “L” Education Program from Tennessee:
Jennifer Hogan of Chapel Hill, TN and Kim Gentry of Moscow, TN. Both graduated with distinction from the “L” Program. Those who pass with distinction are eligible to apply to enter the USEF recorded (‘r’) judge program. Jennifer is also a new USDF Certified Instructor/Trainer at Second Level. Kim is a USDF Certified Instructor through Fourth Level; she earned both her Second level and Fourth level certification in the same testing.
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