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The Roemer Foundation/USDF - Hall of Fame


The USDF Hall of Fame was established to honor and preserve the achievements of the people and horses that made outstanding contributions to the growth, development, quality, popularity and appreciation of dressage in the United States.

In 1996, the USDF Hall of Fame opened its door, with the induction of the founding father of USDF, Lowell Boomer. The Hall continually grows with each new induction as we learn to appreciate more about the wonderful contributions that people and horses make to the sport of dressage.

Hall of Fame NominationsHall of Fame Nominations
Nominations for individuals and equine who have contributed to the advancement of dressage in the United States.

Hall of Fame NominationsLifetime Achievement Award
Nominations for individuals who have shown dedication to USDF in their lifetime through volunteerism.