www.usef.org/_IFrames/Youth/highschool/highschool.aspx. You don’t have to be a record-setting quarterback, point guard or track star to letter in high school sports anymore. The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is writing a new chapter in the recognition of high school sports — one that honors Equestrian athletes. The USEF’s High School Equestrian Athlete program will offer specially designed emblems and pins, exclusively for equestrian athletes in grades 9-12.
www.dressage4kids.com Lendon Gray's Dressage4Kids, Inc. runs one of the largest Youth-only Dressage Festivals in the Western Hemisphere. They also organize a Weekend Educational Program, offer scholarships, and run clinics specifically tailored to Youth riders.
www.dressageforjuniors.com This page has rider blogs, videos, a Rider of the Month program, and much much more, all tailored to Youth riders.
sites.google.com/site/watermelonmountainponyclub The Albuquerque area chapter of the United States Pony Club There are other Chapters around New Mexico, though they do not have websites. For Roswell area, contact Susan Bierwirth at firstname.lastname@example.org. For Los Alamos area, contact Lisa Reader at email@example.com. For Santa Fe area, contact Sherry Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.ayhc.com The American Youth Horse Council. They publish educational materials, offer grants and awards, and hold an annual symposium for Youth riders and the adults who lead them in their various organizations around the country.
www.usdf.org/faqs/youth.asp The FAQ page from the United States Dressage Federation website answering questions about what they offer for Youth on a national and international level.