(Not A Teacher)
That is an incredibly bizarre statement. Is this exactly how it's written in your grammar book?
Maybe they meant "He dares to try, doesn't he?"
To answer your question, no, not really. Unless it's posed as a question with "do" or "does".
"Do you dare face me in honorable combat?"
"Does he dare defy the Emperor's edict?"
Otherwise, you need an infinitve.
"I dare to dream."
"He dared to face the warlord on his home turf."
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