“These classes will ‘mirror’ the breed division in-hand classes. While ponies were included, we felt that classes specifically for ponies would open the field. Classes will include the Colt, Filly, Foal, Mare, Stallion Championships – based on qualifier classes – just as we have held for the horses,” said Sloyer. To view the complete prize list, visit www.dressageatdevon.org/index.php/competitors/prize-list.Read More
Attention KDA Members:
To be eligible for year end awards scores need to be earned by September 30th. Forms and details are available on the website.Read More
Features include the Letter from President Daphne Nimmons-Marvin, The Neighwith Rohan and Sophie Bayer, An Interview with Callie Jones by Ruby Tevis, and an article Keep it Stupid Simple by Kate SnyderRead More
The office located in the Covered Arena will open at 1 pm, Thursday. With your bridle number visibly attached to your horse, you can ride in the Walnut Rings, the Walnut Warm-up Ring, and the Annex Ring. The Annex ring is outside, next to the Covered Arena.
We have said it once, we will say it every show: Check your ride times!!!Read More
Preschedule the services you want and need before arriving at the KY Horse Park, contacts and early release information found hereRead More
KDA offered $7,000 in prize money to competitors, we proudly present our winners!Read More
The FEI has launched FEI Campus, a unique, free e-learning platform expected to become the virtual reference point for equestrian education for millions of equestrian professionals and the equestrian world. Launched as an FEI Solidarity project, FEI Campus offers a flexible learning system with various courses and modules with the aim to increase equestrian knowledge and awareness all over the world.Read More
Features include Letter from the President, Introduction of the new KDA Administrative Coordinator, The Neigh with special guest Kimberly Phillips and clinic report from Madelyn Taray of her ride in the George Williams clinic hosted by KDA in April.Read More
A familiar young face around the Kentucky Dressage Association is studying in Europe! Callie Jones, at age 20, is following her dreams in a big way. She is part of the recently launched USEF/USDF Discover Dressage Emerging Athlete Program. Under the guidance of Charlotte Bredhal and George Williams, Callie is traveling throughout Europe for six weeks, competing at three CDIs and studying among Europe’s top young competitors.Read More
Special Feature: New Organization, Old Discipline How the Western Dressage Organization Came To Be By Katherine Rosback First in a three-part series on the beginnings, the rules, the tests, and the future of Western Dressage.
Two big shows, one weekend!Read More