Allison Brock Dressage
A teaser video for our upcoming episodic series, The Equestrians.
Allison Brock is a United States Dressage Federation Gold and Silver Medalist who is located in Wellington, FL and Keswick, VA.
Rosevelt is an approved Hanoverian stallion by Rotspon/Lauries Crusader XX, born in 2002.
Allison is currently aiming for a spot on the US Olympic Team for Rio in 2016 on Rosevelt.
Dressage is a French term meaning “training” and its purpose is to develop the horse’s natural athletic ability and willingness to work making him calm, supple and attentive to his rider.
Dressage dates back to Xenophon in Greece and includes a long line of riding masters, both from the military and the famous riding schools which developed during the Baroque era.
All footage is from the Washington International Horse Show at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC.
The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) is one of the most prestigious equestrian sporting events in North America. Celebrating its 58th year in 2016, this championship event brings top horses and riders throughout the country and the world to the nation’s capital each October for six days of championship competition and community and social events.
WIHS is an official United States Equestrian Federation Heritage Competition and has been recognized as a Top 25 Horse Show by the North American Riders Group. WIHS holds a prestigious four-star rating from the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the international governing body for all Olympic equestrian disciplines.