Kati's Performance Record

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United States Dressage Foundation Awards

Timeline of Medals, International & National achievements

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2004 – Training Level Rider Performance Award
​2006 – USDF Bronze Medal
2007 – NAJYRC 8th place Team Competition – Ladinor
2007 – NAJYRC 21st place Individual – Ladinor
​2007 – NAJYRC 8th place Team – Ladinor
2008 – USDF Silver Medal
2008 – NAJYRC 4th place Team Competition – Ladinor
2009 – USDF Bronze Freestyle Bar
2009 – NAJYRC – Team Silver – Dream of Love
2009 – Festival of Champion – Dream of Love
2009 – Festival of Champions – Ladinor
2010 – USDF Silver Freestyle Bar
2010 – 18th NAJYRC – Dream of Love
2012 – 16th NAJYRC – Dream of Love
2012 – 16th Open Intermediate 1 Freestyle
2014 – USDF Gold Medal
2014 – National Young Adult Brentina Cup Champion
2015 5th place – Region 3 Freestyle 2nd Level Championship
2015 6th place – Region 3 Open Intermediate Championship
2016 6th place 4th Level Musical Freestyle Year End Awards (National)
2018 Long lised for the Pan-American Games in Peru
2020 top Developing Grand Prix ranking for USA

United States Dressage Foundation

National Dressage Horse Owner Ranking

The top dressage horse owners are listed at the end of every competition year based on points. Kati and her mother, Birgitt Dagge ranked as follows: 2007 – Ranked 5th 2008 – Ranked 37th 2009 – Ranked 70th 2010 – Ranked 187th 2011 – Ranked 938th 2012 – Not Ranked 2012 – 16th Open Intermediate 1 Freestyle 2013 – Ranked 195th 2014 – Official Standings not posted but currently in top 50
A Bit More About Kati…

Kati Dagge is a graduate from Stetson University with degrees in International Business and Finance, who has been riding her whole life. Kati was first introduced to dressage through her top ranked dressage riding mother. Starting with lessons at age eight, Kati fell in love with the horses and the sport of dressage. Kati has been competing in dressage since the age of 12.

In 2004, at age 12 Kati earned first first USDF award – the Training Level Rider Performance Award. Kati, being the motivated goal setter that she is decided that would just be the beginning. While going to high school and enrolled in a dual enrollment program with the local college, taking at least 3 college classes a semester, Kati continued to strive at the sport she loved.

She earned her USDF Bronze Medal in 2006 at the age of 14, her USDF Silver Medal just two years later in 2008. The following year in 2009 Kati earned her USDF Bronze Freestyle Bar and her USDF Silver Freestyle Bar in 2010. While reaching theses USDF set goals Kati also earned a spot on the Region 3 Junior and Young Rider Team five times. To earn this honor a junior young rider must be in the top 4 of their region (Region 3) competing at 3rd level to Prix St George. Kati along with her Region 3 team represented the United States at International Competitions. During these busy college and riding years Kati was ranked in the top 12 riders of her division several times and invited to the Festival of Champions. After surpassing the Junior Young Rider level Kati set her goals even higher. She is competing at the Grand Prix level. Grand Prix is the highest level of Dressage. She won the National Young Adult Brentina Cup in 2014; this is a Young Adult Grand Prix for riders under the age of 25. This division is designed for the young hopefuls of the sport of Dressage. Past Brentina Cup riders have used this as a stepping stone to the Olympics, World Equestrian Games and other top competition. Kati has earned scores as high as 71% at the Grand Prix level and proudly earned her USDF Gold Medal before the age of 21. She has continued her riding career as a professional. She has developed several horses to the FEI levels and continues to compete. She is blessed with clientel that now seek her knowledge and advise for training and when purchasing their horses.

Kati travels all over the world to scout the best horses for her clients. She makes multiple trips a year to Germany, Holland and Spain but has also traveled to Costa Rica, Lithuania and other countries in search of top talent. She has imported over 40 horses. She is vast in the knowledge of research, negotiations, PPE analyzing. She gladly customizes shopping trips for each client to fulfill their individual needs. Kati manages every aspect of the import aswell – a tremendous stress reliever for the client. The sales program at Dagge Dressage LLC is truely 5 star all the way!

Kati’s unique opportunity but challenge through her many years of competing is the fact that she was never presented with a finished horse. All of the horses Kati has competed were imported as youngsters and trained at their facility, Bonita Grande Dressage in Bonita Springs by Kati and her mother. Although this made the road to Grand Prix rougher than simply being given a finished horse, Kati is incredibly fortunate to have had those learning curves and bumps in the road. She believed there is nothing more rewarding than riding the horse you trained. Further this unique and challenging road to the top has allowed Kati to developing an eye for the best quality horses at all levels.

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