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Arizona

DRESSAGE

Omnibus

2020

Arizona Dressage Association | Tucson Dressage Club


Paula Paglia Dressage

Training | Showing | Clinics | Sales Instructing Training Level through Grand Prix Winner of multiple horse and rider of the year awards with Arizona Dressage Association, California Dressage Association, and United States Dressage Federation

USDF Bronze, Silver & Gold Medalist Near Scottsdale Road & Dynamite in North Scottsdale www.PaulaPagliaDressage.com 480.695.4581 2 | ARIZONA DRESSAGE OMNIBUS 2020


TABLE OF CONTENTS

About Dressage .............................................................................................................. 4

USDF Statement on Animal Welfare ............................................................................... 4

Arizona Dressage Show Calendar .................................................................................. 5

USEF Rules .................................................................................................................... 6-10

Standard Show Rules ..................................................................................................... 11-15

Disease Outbreak Rule ................................................................................................... 15

Equine Health ................................................................................................................. 15

ADA Prize Money Program ............................................................................................. 16

ADA Futurity Rules and Regulations ............................................................................... 18

ADA Futurity Application ................................................................................................. 19

Class List ......................................................................................................................... 21-23

Championship & Special Program Qualifications ........................................................... 24

ADA Membership Application .......................................................................................... 25

TDC Shows ..................................................................................................................... 26-28

TDC Membership Application ......................................................................................... 30

ADA Shows ..................................................................................................................... 32-35

CARA Shows.................................................................................................................... 36-37

Horse Nomination Form .................................................................................................. 38

Arizona State Championship Rules ................................................................................ 39-40

Road Runner Dressage Shows....................................................................................... 41

Member Benefits ............................................................................................................. 42

Trainers’ Directory ........................................................................................................ 43

USDF ‘L’ Graduates ........................................................................................................ 51

USEF Membership Application/Member Information....................................................... 52-53

USDF Membership Application ....................................................................................... 54 ADVERTISERS

Paula Paglia Dressage.................................................................................................... 2

Summit Equine Nutrition.................................................................................................. 13

Markel Insurance / Tami George...................................................................................... 16

Chaparral Veterinary Clinic.............................................................................................. 17

AVRA Equine.................................................................................................................... 29

Dale Creek Equestrian Village......................................................................................... 31

Pegasus Veterinary Center.............................................................................................. 31

Jane Heart Jewelry.......................................................................................................... 33

Greenway Saddlery......................................................................................................... 55


About Dressage 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. If you are a history buff, you might be interested in reading more about the beginnings of dressage that date back to Xenophon in Greece and include a long line of riding masters, both from the military and the famous riding schools which developed during the Baroque era. Currently, competitive dressage involves nine progressive levels incorporating multiple tests within each level. Special tests are also written for musical freestyle, sport horse breeding and performances incorporating multiple horses and riders. Tests are revised every four years by the United States Dressage Federation (USDF), the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and the International Equestrian Federation (FEI). Competition occurs in a regulation size arena with specific apparel and equipment all regulated by USEF. Judges are licensed by the USEF and the FEI and are assisted by scribes who write down the judge’s scores and comments during the test. Success in dressage is dependent on the rider’s position and ability but because of the goal of the training, many horse breeds can be quite successful. Watching dressage can be very exciting, especially the musical freestyle rides or tests at the FEI (highest) levels. If you would like to continue learning about dressage, visit the bookstore or join USDF to obtain special member rates to the annual convention and other educational opportunities throughout the year.

USDF Statement on Animal Welfare The United States Dressage Federation, Inc. (USDF), a federation of individual members and over 100 independent organizations throughout the United States, supports the concept of ethical treatment of animals. Dressage is a classical method of training horses, based upon the horse’s natural responses, as carried out in a gradual, planned program during which the horse’s athletic abilities are improved in a systematic manner. As a result, the horse becomes capable, comfortable, and responsive in partnership with the rider without the use of force. Dressage competition at various levels of achievement is the ultimate test of the training program to determine whether the desired harmony between horse and rider has been achieved. The rules pertaining to dressage competition prohibit the use of artificial appliances, training aids, and drugs, which would force the horse to submit. Instead, the emphasis is upon training and a cooperative partnership with the rider. Major competitions are carefully monitored to assure that there is no unnecessary force or harshness displayed. Unlike other horse sports in which horses enter training at a relatively immature state, dressage training is usually not seriously begun until the horse is three or four. The top levels of achievement require five or more years of progressive training and it is not unusual to see horses in international competition in their late teens. This, in itself, places a premium on good care and soundness throughout the horse’s life. While supporting the concept of animal welfare in its broadest form, the United States Dressage Federation, Inc., also recognizes that it is unrealistic to ascribe human emotions and responses to the horse which in its wild state is a creature of flight, living a hard and precarious existence. Under domestication, the horse is assured of ample food, water, and shelter, as well as protection against infectious diseases and damaging parasites, thus leading a longer and healthier life with a high rate of survival. As an educational organization, USDF has numerous programs, which teach people how to pursue the accepted, humane training methods. A program of certifying instructors also emphasizes protecting the horse’s welfare in pursuit of dressage training. United States Dressage Federation 4051 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511 Phone: 859-971-2277, Fax: 859-971-7722, usdressage@usdf.org, www.usdf.org

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Arizona Dressage Omnibus 2020 Information About this Omnibus This Omnibus is a joint venture of Arizona Dressage Association and Tucson Dressage Club. It contains all of the recognized shows for our two clubs. Entry blanks are not included in this publication. Go to www.azdressage.org or tucsondressageclub.org to download the most current entry form. ALL SHOWS CONTAINED IN THIS OMNIBUS ARE RECOGNIZED BY: US Equestrian United States Dressage Federation See individual pages for additional recognitions “EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.” The information contained herein may be preliminary or outdated. Rule and requirement changes imposed by USEF, USDF and local GMO’s may occur after publication of this Omnibus. Competitors should refer to the appropriate websites for the latest prize list, class list rules and entry forms. This is the only printed prize list you will be receiving for the shows included in this Omnibus! Please consult the ADA website shows page at www.azdressage.org or the TDC website shows pages at www.tucsondressageclub.org and click on the individual show name for updated prize list information.

ARIZONA RECOGNIZED DRESSAGE SHOWS 2020 CALENDAR YEAR / 2020 Year End Awards Show Title

Location

Show Dates

Opening Date

Closing Date

Judges

CARA Champagne Dressage Show

Queen Creek

February 7 & 8

December 3

January 7

Mike Osinski, ‘S’, 4*FEI, Lacey, WA; Lois Yukins, 'S', 4*FEI, Manchester by the Sea, MA

ADA Fun in February

Litchfield Park

February 9

Dec 10, 2019

January 10

Barbara Breen-Gurley "S", Los Osos, CA

TDC March Madness I & II

Tucson

March 14 & 15

January 23

February 25

TBD

CARA Wednesday I

Queen Creek

March 25

February 8

March 11

Melonie Kessler “S”

ADA Spring Celebration

Scottsdale April 11-12

February 13

March 13

Carter Bass “S”, Jennifer Roth “S”

CARA Wednesday II

Queen Creek

April 29

March 25

April 16

Axel Steiner “S”

Road Runner Dressage Shows I & II

Tucson

I – June 5 - 7 II - July 10-12

TBD TBD

TBD TBD

I – Angela Littlefield Thorndike “S” II – Frank Kehr “S”

ADA Mountain Air & Dressage in the Pines

Flagstaff

August 15 & 16

June 22

July 20

Dina Babcock “S”, TBD

ADA Fall Fiesta & AZ State Championships

Scottsdale

October 31November 1

August 27

October 2

Debie Riehl Rodriguez “S”, Dolly Hannon “S”, Mike Osinski “S”, Cindy Canace “S”

TDC Fall Festival I & II

Tucson

December 5-6

October 14

November 11

TBD

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USEF RULES USEF Rules apply to Licensed Competitions. The following is only a small portion of the rules. If you are entering a recognized Competition, you are responsible for understanding all pertinent rules. Contact US Equestrian at (859) 258-2472 if you need a Rulebook. The Rule Book is available online or may be downloaded at http://www.usef.org/_IFrames/Rule Book/rulebooks.aspx 1) Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF or FEI Rules will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. It is the responsibility of the competitor to be familiar with these rules.

USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT. Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $45 Show Pass fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions; 8) Opportunity classes. 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes. 2) PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP--SEE SHOW RULES ON REQUIRED ENTRY PROOF OF REGISTRATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS 2.A) USEF MEMBERS: Proof of USEF Competing Membership for owner, handler, trainer, rider and coach plus horse registration, if applicable, must accompany entry. The USEF card must be available during the show for inspection by the Show Secretary. In the event a member does not have proof of USEF membership, GR 1308.2b will apply. GR1308.2b states, “If an exhibitor does not submit the proper membership documentation to the competition and the competition cannot verify such information, (with the exception of Federation measurement cards) the exhibitor will be responsible to pay a $45 Show Pass fee which is non-refundable.” This is payable to the competition and the competition will submit these payments to the Federation via the post-competition report. 2.B.) USEF NON-MEMBERS: If the owner, trainer, rider is not an USEF member, he/she must pay the $45.00 USEF SHOW PASS (nonmember) fee per GR202.5. 2.C) Riders in Adult Amateur Classes, if offered, must be at least 18 years old and hold a current USEF Amateur Card, proof of which must accompany entry. (GR 1307.1) 3) Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with correct association numbers. (USDF, USEF) for horse, owner, rider, and trainer before the day(s) of competition. The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not count toward national awards. 4) VETERINARIAN: A Veterinarian will be on call. His/Her name and phone number will be posted at the Show Office. 4.A) VACCINATION: USEF GR845 Equine Vaccination Rule. At Federation licensed competitions, all horses over age 7 months entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhino pneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. 5) FIRST-AID: A first aid provider will be present on the grounds. 6) CONCESSIONS: Food concession will be available on the show grounds during the performances of the show. 7) FREESTYLE: USEF DR129.9 Except for USEF/USDF Championship classes and for FEI Pony Riders, FEI Junior, FEI Young Rider and FEI Para-Equestrian Freestyles, in order to enter a freestyle class at any level, a horse/rider combination must have received a minimum score of 63% for Training through Fourth levels and 60% for FEI levels in the highest test of the declared freestyle level or any test of a higher level at a USEF/USDF licensed Dressage Competition, Federation Licensed or FEI recognized Dressage Competition or “open” Dressage class (i.e. open to all breeds) at a Federation Licensed Competition held prior to the competition where the horse/ rider combination is entered to ride a freestyle class. A photocopy of the test verifying eligibility must be submitted with the entry for a freestyle class.. 8) FEDERATION ENTRY AGREEMENT. USEF GR906.4. By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question

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USEF RULES arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the Rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the Competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cablecasts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4 9) SHARPS DISPOSAL. Disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments: In accordance with USEF GR1210.4, competition management shall place a minimum of one sharps container per each competition, whether or not stabling is provided. Additionally, at least one sharps container per fifty occupied stalls for the disposal of needles and other disposable sharp instruments in convenient locations in barns housing show horses. It is the competition management’s responsibility to replace such containers when full and dispose of them properly. Competition management may fine any individuals, including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents, up to $100.00 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments. 10) OPERATION OF MOTORIZED VEHICLES: USEF GR1301.7. Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent/legal guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for penalties against those responsible for the child committing the offense. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. The unsafe use of personal electronic transport devices, as determined by the competition officials and management in their sole discretion, that do not require a driver’s license to operate, including but not limited to segways, hover boards, and single wheeled scooters is prohibited on competition grounds. Operating such devices in areas where people gather may be deemed “unsafe use” if there is a risk of harm to others. If the operator of the device is a minor, the parent/legal guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating the device in violation of this rule is accountable and may be subject to penalties. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. 11) PETS: USEF GR1301.6: Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be held on a leash or otherwise restrained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from their dogs’ behaviors. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule will be issued a Yellow warning card may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7. 12) DRESS: DR120 applies. Competitors should review DR120 in the USEF Rule Book to ensure compliance. 1. The dress code for all Dressage tests and classes through Fourth Level (see .5 below) is a short riding coat of conservative color, with tie, choker or stock tie or integrated stand-up collar, white or light-colored breeches or jodhpurs, boots or jodhpur boots, and protective headgear as defined in DR120.6 and in compliance with GR801. A cutaway coat (modified tailcoat) with short tails is permitted. Half chaps, gaiters and/or leggings are not allowed. Gloves of conservative color are recommended. Exception: Riders through First Level may wear half-chaps, gaiters or leggings in solid black or brown, without fringe, matching the color of their boots, and made of smooth leather or leather-like material. The dress code for the FEI Junior Tests, FEI Dressage Tests for 4, 5, and 6-year-old horses and the USEF test for 4-year old horses is a short riding coat of conservative color, with stock or tie, breeches, and protective headgear as defined in DR120.6 and in compliance with GR801. A dark tailcoat is also permitted for the FEI Junior Tests. The dress code for FEI Pony Riders is dark coat or club uniform coat, breeches or jodhpurs, white shirt with tie or hunting stock, gloves, boots and protective headgear as defined in DR120.6 and in compliance with GR801. Spurs are optional for all of the FEI Pony and Junior Tests, FEI Dressage Tests for 4, 5, and 6-year-old horses and the USEF test for 4-year old horses. (See DR120.10).

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USEF RULES 2. For all tests above Fourth Level, the dress code is: a dark tailcoat or a dark jacket with protective headgear, as defined in DR120.6 and in compliance with GR801, and white or light colored breeches, stock or tie or integrated stand-up collar, gloves, and black riding boots. Spurs are mandatory for FEI tests (except as noted above under DR120.1). (See DR120.8) 3. At all test levels, riders may wear jackets in other colors within the international HSV color scale, as described in FEI Dressage Regulations, Art. 427.1. Contrast coloring and piping is allowed. Protective headgear, stocks, ties, gloves and riding boots may be the same color as the coat. For Grand Prix Freestyle only: any single color tailcoat will be allowed; striped or multi-colored coats are not permitted, and tasteful and discreet accents, such as a collar of a different hue or modest piping or crystal decorations, are acceptable. 4. Current and retired members of the Armed Services and police units may ride in the uniform of their service. All riders who choose to wear Armed Services or police uniform, must wear protective headgear as defined in DR120.6 and in compliance with GR801. 5. Riders in classes and tests at all levels in Level 1 Competitions, and riders in Opportunity classes in Level 2 and Level 3 Competitions, may compete wearing breeches and shirts of any color as permitted in DR120.8. Jackets or vests of any type are allowed but not required and neck wear may be worn only if the rider chooses to compete in a riding jacket. Boots and protective headgear are required as specified in DR120.1-6. 6. From the time horses are officially admitted to the competition grounds by competition management, anyone mounted on a horse at any time on the competition grounds, including non-competing riders, riders on non-competing horses, and those competing in all classes and tests, including Para-Equestrian tests, must wear protective headgear as defined by this rule and otherwise in compliance with GR801. Any rider violating this rule at any time must immediately be prohibited from further riding until such headgear is properly in place. Protective headgear is defined as a riding helmet which meets or exceeds ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/ SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. The harness must be secured and properly fitted. Unless jackets are waived, while in the competition ring, exhibitors wearing protective headgear must wear a short, dark jacket, dark tailcoat (only permitted for tests above Fourth Level), or Armed Services or police uniform (if eligible), dark hat covers (where applicable) and must otherwise conform to DR120 (see GR801). 13) APPROACHING A JUDGE: USEF GR1304.13. No one shall approach a judge with regard to a decision unless he first obtains permission from the Show Committee, steward or technical delegate who shall arrange an appointment with the judge at a proper time and place. No exhibitor has the right to inspect the judge’s cards without the judge’s permission. 14) VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES SUBCHAPTER 7-A INDIVIDUALS. USEF GR701 The provisions of this rule apply in connection with any Licensed Competition to the following persons: owner, exhibitor, agent, trainer, manager, rider, driver, handler, competition official, competition staff (see GR112 and GR113), a veterinarian who, while on the competition grounds, prescribes, dispenses, or administers a prohibited substance to a horse and member of the family of the above, a member of the Federation or any person who acts in a manner in violation of the rules of the Federation or deemed prejudicial to the best interests of the sport and the Federation. Any act in connection with a Licensed Competition in violation of the Rules by a member of the family of a person participating in the competition who is described in the previous sentence, may be deemed to have been committed by such person and subject him or her to penalties. 15) VIOLATIONS: USEF GR702 1. A violation is any act prejudicial to the best interests of the Federation, including but not limited to the following: a. Violation of the rules of the Federation; b. Disqualification by a Licensed Competition; c. Penalization by an administrative agency, humane society or court of law for violation of Federation rules; d. Acting or inciting or permitting any other to act in a manner contrary to the rules of the Federation, or in a manner deemed improper, unethical, dishonest, unsportsmanlike or intemperate, or prejudicial to the best interests of the sport and the Federation; e. Any act committed or remark made in connection with the competition considered offensive and/or made with the intent to influence or cast aspersions on the character or integrity of the licensed officials, approaching a judge before or after a decision without first obtaining permission from the show committee or steward/technical delegate, inspecting a judge’s card without the judge’s permission, or public verbal abuse of competition officials; f. Physical assault upon a person and/or cruelty to a horse as defined in GR839 16) SADDLERY AND EQUIPMENT: DR121 applies. Competitors should review DR121 in the USEF rulebook to ensure compliance as these rules may change during the competition year.

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USEF VACCINATION RULE

GR845 Equine Vaccination Rule 1. At Federation licensed competitions horses, more than 7 months of age, entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. Horses not in compliance with this rule may be required to leave the competition grounds upon request by Competition Management. Documentation should consist of one of the following methods mentioned below. The frequency of vaccine administration should be per the vaccine manufacturers’ or veterinarian’s recommendations. It is recommended that vaccines are administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian. 2. In the case of vaccines administered by a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide documentation from the veterinarian on documenting that the horse in question received the vaccinations; name of the vaccines and date of vaccine administration. 3. In the case of vaccines administered by a person other than a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a receipt of the vaccine purchase which is signed by the owner, or agent with care, custody, and control of the horse; name, serial number and expiration date of the vaccine; and date of vaccine administration. 4. In the case of a horse that is unable to receive either of the vaccinations due to a history of adverse reactions, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a letter from the veterinarian on official letterhead stating that the horse in question cannot be vaccinated due to medical concerns and a log of temperatures taken twice daily for the seven days prior to entering the competition grounds. These horses must also have their temperature taken and logged twice daily while on the competition grounds. The log of temperatures should be provided to the Competition Management, steward, or technical delegate when requested. 5. Competition Management may not amend or enhance vaccination requirements without prior approval of the Veterinary Committee.

USEF Vaccination Rule: All horses more than 7 months of age entering the grounds of a Federationlicensed competition must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. Competition management may request that proof of vaccination or waiver be provided as specified in GR845. No refund will be given for any rule violation.

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Management may deny entry to any competitor if the competitor has outstanding debt to the sponsoring organization. 1) DEFINITIONS: ENTRY: Each horse/rider combination is a unique entry and will be assigned a number. JUNIOR/YOUNG RIDER CLASSES: An individual is eligible to compete as a Young Rider (YR) from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 21, and as a Junior (Jr) if they have not reached their 18th birthday by December 1 of the current competition year. ADULT/AMATEUR CLASSES: An individual is eligible to compete as an Adult/ Amateur from the beginning of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 22 and has a current USEF Amateur Card. (GR1306 and GR1307) DRESSAGE EQUITATION CLASSES: To be conducted in accordance with USEF Rule DR133.1. MUSICAL FREESTYLE: The rider is to create and execute, from memory, an original ride which shows the horse to its best advantage. Creativity and artistic presentation as well as technical execution will be considered. Riders must supply their own music, in cassette or CD form, to the show secretary at least 2 hours before the class begins. (Bring two copies) (See USEF or USDF rules for specific rules and current time restrictions) Ridden in a standard arena. See #7 under USEF Rules for eligibility requirements. Please provide an electronic format emailed to the show secretary before the competition. Riders are responsible for arranging music check with the announcer or be present at a posted music check time. COACH: Adult or adults who receive remuneration for having or sharing the responsibility for instructing, teaching, schooling, or advising a rider in equestrian skills. (GR108) TRAINER: Any adult (cannot be a minor) who has the responsibility for the care, training, custody or performance of a horse while on the show grounds. (GR148) USDF QUADRILLE: A team of four riders. Arena: 20 x 40 meters. Music optional. Matching bandages are permitted. Riding coats are optional. You may wear matching polo shirts, etc. Boots and hats are required. Score sheets and guidelines are available from the USDF office. Please specify level and team on entry form. OPENING DATE: The earliest date Competition Management will accept an Entry into its Show. Entries received before the Opening Date may be returned. CLOSING DATE: The last date Competition Management will accept an Entry into its show. The show may refuse Entries before the Closing Date if it fills the show. The Show may accept Entries for some period after the Closing Date but may charge a late fee. 2) ENTRIES: All horses brought on the show ground must complete an entry form and be issued a number. ENTRIES must be POSTMARKED or RECEIVED by the CLOSING DATE to be accepted (check individual show). Entries must be filled out in their entirety. Management reserves the right to charge a fee up to $25 or return entries which are incomplete or inaccurate. Entries in Junior/Young Rider and Adult Amateur Classes, if offered, must meet the definition. Adult Amateur entries must include proof of a current USEF Amateur Card with the entry. If the entry form does not designate a Junior/Young Rider or Adult Amateur status or, in the case of Adult Amateur, if the entry does not show proof of a current USEF Amateur Card the rider will be entered in the Open Class. Entry preference may be given to competitors at 3rd Level and above. Each class will be filled on a first-come first-served basis. If classes are oversubscribed, a WAITING LIST will be maintained. NO PHONE entries, however some shows may allow FAXED ENTRIES. INCOMPLETE OR INACCURATE ENTRIES: Copies of all registrations and membership cards must be provided with each entry. If copies are not provided, online searches will be performed by the show secretary and a $10 Internet search fee will be assessed. All signatures must be present. Competitors may be assessed a fee up to $25 for missing signatures or information. Bridle numbers will not be awarded until this fee is paid. Please SEE GR845. Beginning December 1, 2015, all horses over age 7 months entering the grounds of a Federation-licensed competition must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. Competition management may request that proof of vaccination or waiver be provided as specified in GR845. No refund will be given for any rule violation. After the Closing Date, changes in a horse or rider may be considered a cancellation of the entry. If the Show is filled with a waiting list, new entries will go to the bottom of the waiting list. Any post entry fees will apply. POST ENTRIES will be allowed on a space-available, first-come-first-served basis. No entries will be allowed after a class has begun. Applicable show fees will apply.

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3) OFFICIAL RIDE TIMES: It is the rider’s responsibility to inform the Management of any time conflicts at least 24 hours before the scheduled ride. A move can sometimes be made if there is a scratched time slot opening. Classes may be scheduled out of order. It is the competitor’s responsibility to verify his/her official ride time which will be posted at the competition office. Failure to enter the arena at the specified time will result in elimination. 4) SCRATCHES: Competitors who do not inform the show office of a class scratch are considered “No Show.” Management may consider any “No Show” scratched for the balance of the day and rides may be assigned to other competitors. 5) CONDUCT OF SHOW: Provided the appropriate official notification is made, Show Management reserves the right to limit entries, add or divide classes, to add or substitute judges, to cancel awards and prizes and/or make whatever changes are required by circumstances to the competition specifications listed herein. Show Management reserves the right to refuse entries in accordance with USEF Rules GR914.1 and GR915. Management reserves the right to limit the number of times per day a rider may show and/or the number of times per day a horse/rider combination may show. Management reserves the right to move a ride from the test of choice class if that test is being offered that day in another class. Divisions will be pinned separately. 6) FEES: The following fees apply to every Participating Competition.

USEF Fee $23.00 ($15 D/M + $8 fee)

USDF Non-member Fee $35.00

USEF Show Pass (Non-member) Fee $45.00

USDF Affidavit Fee $5.00

USDF/GAIG Qualifying Fee $15.00

USDF NON-MEMBERS: For each USDF non-member (NM) owner/lessee, and USDF non-member rider there will be a USDF nonmember fee of $35 per competition. An individual with a USDF NM identification number is not eligible for any USDF membership benefits. You may not apply for a USDF NM number online, but once a USDF NM number has been assigned, a USDF NM card can be obtained from the USDF Web site. Exception: Riders and owners/lessees competing only in classes which are exempt from the USDF HID requirements are also exempt from the USDF non-member ID requirements. Some exempt classes include USDF Introductory Level, Pas de Deux, Quadrille classes; or leadline exhibitions, walk-trot, opportunity and academy classes. 7) SCORES: It is the Competitor’s responsibility to verify the accuracy of all scores. Scoring errors must be reported to the Show Secretary within one hour of the official posting of the scores from the last class of that competition day. 8) TESTS:. The current USEF, USDF and FEI Tests will be used. Scored tests will be given only to riders or their agents and only after the results are finalized and the class is placed. 9) TEST OF CHOICE: Show management may move a rider from a test of choice class to a scheduled class if that level test is offered that day. As an exception to rule 24 below, Test of Choice class placing will be determined by division, ranking scores by percentage, regardless of which test is ridden within each class. 10) SADDLERY: Saddlery will be checked in accordance with USEF Rule DR121.10 and at the discretion of the Technical Delegate. Horses must have a number on at all times except while in a stall. If three numbers are provided, it is strongly recommended by show management that horses wear two numbers (on each side of the bridle, saddle pad or each rider boot) while being ridden. The additional number is for the halter. 11) PRIZE MONEY: Prize money, if awarded, will be mailed to the owner or lessee of record within 30 days of the show. See individual Prize Lists for prize money policy. 12) MINOR EXHIBITORS: Parents or guardians of minor exhibitors shall hold the Competition Management harmless for injury to such minor. No minor’s entry will be accepted unless it is signed by a parent or guardian. The signature of instructors, agent or other unrelated persons will not be acceptable except as specified in GR908.2. 13) RETURNED CHECKS: Checks returned by the bank will be handled according to the following procedure: A 10% penalty (minimum $35.00) will be assessed for each returned check. 14) JUDGES: It is the purpose of the management to run the horse show at the highest possible level of sportsmanship. The management uses the utmost care to select judges with broad experience and knowledge. The judges’ decisions in the show ring are their own responsibility. Management accepts no responsibility for those decisions and can not attempt to influence the judges scoring in any way. Any competitor who has questions or concerns about their score is encouraged to speak with the Technical Delegate who will schedule

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an appointment with the judge for a discussion of the score. It is strictly prohibited for anyone to approach a judge for the purpose of discussing the scores at a competition. Refer to USEF GR1304.13 in the USEF Rules Section. 15) PROTESTS: Any exhibitor or other qualified person lodging a protest must first deposit $200.00 ($300.00 for non-USEF member) with the secretary of the show, which sum will be forfeited to the Horse Show if not sustained. All protests must be filed in writing, signed by the protester, and filed with the Show Secretary within 48 hours of the occurrence of the alleged violation. See USEF Rule GR603 for more information about protests. 16) LUNGEING: Lungeing is not allowed in the competition and warm-up arenas. Use designated lungeing areas only. 17) USDF/USEF GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE GROUP (GAIG) REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES: GAIG/USDF Qualifying classes are open ONLY to horses that have been lifetime recorded with USDF and either lifetime or annual recorded with USEF, ridden and owned by Junior, Senior, Affiliate or Life Members of USEF and USDF Participating Members. Owners may be Business Members. Copies of all Membership Cards must accompany entry or a $10 Internet search fee will be charged. 18) STALLIONS: All stallions must be attended or stabled at all times. 19) TECHNICAL DELEGATE: The technical delegate is available at all times for clarification of rules or to answer any questions and can arrange an appointment with a judge. Any exhibitor attempting to interfere with the judges in any way, or who by act influence shall be guilty of conduct unbecoming an exhibitor, shall forfeit all paid fees and be excluded from further competitions. No one shall approach a judge regarding a decision unless first obtaining the permission of the technical delegate. 20) DIVISIONS: O=Open, A=Adult Amateur, J=Junior, Y=Young Rider, Q=GAIG/USDF Qualifying. Please refer to the Standard Show Rules Definitions section for further clarification of the Junior and Young Rider Divisions. 21) COACHES: Coaches must sign USEF entry blanks. Coaches must also stand outside the warm up area while warming up riders, for safety reasons. 22) FACILITIES: Facilities are multi-use and show management is not responsible for, or in control of, other activities at the facility. 23) DOVER MEDAL CLASS: To be eligible, a rider must meet the following criteria: 1. Rider must be a current USDF group or participating member as of the show date. 2. Rider must be showing at Second Level. 3. Rider must be an amateur in accordance with USEF Rules GR1306 and GR1307 and be registered with USEF as an adult amateur as of the show date. The eligible rider with the highest score of 60% or better in the designated Second Level Test 3 class will receive the Dover medal and neck ribbon. Winners will receive a $20 Dover Saddlery Gift Certificate for each of the first three USDF/Dover Adult Medals they win during the 2020 competition. Riders who win three USDF/Dover Adult Amateur medals in the same competition year will receive the USDF/Dover National Merit Award. All riders who qualify for a USDF/Dover National Merit award will be eligible to compete for the USDF/Dover Adult Medal National Championship. For more information about the Dover Program, visit ww.usdf.org. 24) TIES: Class placings (except Test of Choice), including ties in prize money classes, if offered, are specified in the USEF Rule Book. DR123.3. “In all competitions the winner is the competitor having the highest total points, the second placed competitor is the one with the next highest total points and so on. In case of equality of points the competitor with the highest marks received under General Impressions shall be declared the winner. When the scores for General Impressions are equal the horses must remain tied.” DR123.8. “When the total of the scores for General Impressions is equal, ties in classes which involve prize money shall remain tied for the purpose of dividing prize money.” 25) UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT: Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated and management reserves the right to bar any person acting in a manner deemed improper, unethical, dishonest, unsportsmanlike or intemperate, or prejudicial to the best interests of the sport. GR702 will apply. Participants (including family members, competitors, paid staff, and volunteers) should note GR 702.1.e "Any act committed or remark made in connection with the competition considered offensive and/or made with the intent to influence or cast aspersions on the character or integrity of the licensed officials, approaching a judge before or after a decision without first obtaining permission from the show committee or steward/technical delegate, inspecting a judge’s card without the judge’s permission, or public verbal abuse of competition officials." 26) ARRIVAL DAYS: Competitors are reminded that all USEF and local rules are in effect upon entering the show grounds. This includes the arrival day. In the interest of safety, please keep pedestrian traffic to a minimum around warm-up and competition arenas. Dogs are not permitted inside the arena gates at anytime. Please be sure to give horses a wide berth for safety reasons.

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27) OPPORTUNITY CLASSES: Opportunity classes are intended to introduce competitors to showing at USEF/USDF licensed shows without incurring additional membership fees. Competitors showing only in opportunity classes are exempt from USDF and USEF membership and horse fees. These classes do not count toward high point or year-end awards. They will be pinned in two divisions, Junior and all other. Opportunity classes are for entry level riders (GR821.2e2). Please refer to the USEF website for more information on these classes at https://www.usef.org/forms-pubs/Z6TRWhW91y8/opportunity-classes---effective.

DISEASE OUTBREAK RULE In the face of a disease outbreak, the show committee reserves the right to follow the AVMA (American Veterinary Medicine Association) and or the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners) recommendations as to what testing would be necessary to consider a horse free from the disease in question. They also reserve the right to require written proof that said testing has been performed within the recommended period of time. If the competitor does not adhere to the requirements the show committee can refuse entrance to the show. Some diseases are “Reportable Diseases”, meaning they must be reported to the State of Arizona Department of Agriculture. These diseases are subject to quarantine rules of the state. An example of one such disease is Vesicular Stomatitis. In the case of reportable diseases a health certificate is required from an accredited veterinarian with proper statement regarding said disease to accompany the horse. Since this rule could apply to any number of diseases, and it would be impossible to list them all here, the show committee will post the testing/health certificate requirements on the sponsor web page if there is a current disease outbreak in the area.

EQUINE HEALTH Licensed shows operate under USEF guidelines. These guidelines recommend that you keep your horse as healthy as possible when competing; i.e. current vaccinations against diseases prevalent in your area and current Coggins test. Additionally a health certificate is required if you travel across state lines to compete. We remind you that stalls at the show facilities are not always disinfected between horses. The venues typically clean and remove shavings and manure only. You have the option of cleaning the stall before putting the horse in the stall. A detergent, such as Tide, and water mix is recommended by the USEF. Roccal® also works well on wood and Clorox® on hard surfaces. If your horse becomes ill while at the show, please report it to the show committee even if you choose not to have it seen by a veterinarian. The show committee reserves the right to ask you to remove the horse from the premises. If that is not possible, the committee may ask you to isolate the horse in a designated stall. Please try to avoid contact with other horses in case the disease might be contagious. If your horse is sick and you have decided to leave the premises, you are required to notify the show committee. Also, be considerate of other horses at your home barn and let them know that your horse may have contracted a communicable disease. We are all interested in keeping our horses as healthy as possible, so please don’t bring a sick horse, or one recently recovered to the show. Thank you for your cooperation.

ATTENTION COMPETITORS Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with the following association numbers before the day(s) of the competition. •

United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for horse, owner, rider, trainer and/or coach

United States Dressage Federation (USDF) for horse, owner and rider.

The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.

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Futurity Rules

ADA FUTURITY – SPRING CELEBRATION SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS

ELIGIBILITY 1. 2. 3.

All horses entered must be four, five or six years old when competing in the Futurity. All horse owners and riders must be current ADA members for nomination and when competing in the Futurity. Horses may not have competed in First Level prior to opening nomination date of October 1 st or before any late nomination. Horses may not compete above First Level until after the Futurity. First Level tests include Young Horse, Para Equestrian and Eventing tests as they are listed in USEF rule DR119 as First Level tests. As an exception, ADA allows competing in USEF and FEI Four-Year-Old tests prior to competing in the Futurity.

NOMINATION FEES: Fees must be postmarked no later than: ▪ October 1st to nominate horse…………. (Accompanied by copy of papers with proof of age) ▪ March 1st to stay eligible……………….. ▪ TOTAL NOMINATION FEE………………..

$ 60.00 $ 40.00 $100.00

A horse may be entered after October 1st at any time prior to the Futurity. However, any payment due up to that point must be doubled. Fees must be received or postmarked on or before the due date. Failure to make a payment by the due date will result in all previous payments being forfeited (i.e., No Refunds of previous payments). Owners must enter their horses in the Futurity Classes at ADA’s Spring Celebration Show (First Level Tests 1 and 2) and pay the entry fees for these classes separately.

AWARDS AND PURSE DISTRIBUTION Open Division and Amateur/JRYR Division each have a guaranteed added purse of $300.00 donated by ADA. Horses are ridden in First Level Tests 1 and 2. Winner will be determined by the highest total average percentage score from all judges on the two tests. The Open winner receives the Risinger Futurity Perpetual Trophy plus trophy for new division. Ribbons are awarded through 6th place. All nomination fees go into the purse per division and are divided as follows: 1 st –35%; 2nd –20%; 3rd –15%; 4th – 13%; 5th –10%; and 6th-7%, with checks distributed no later than 30 days after the show.

CHAIRPERSON: Susan Skripac - 315.558.2938 - futurity@azdressage.org RULES: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

To be judged on all-around ability of horse and rider in First Level Tests 1 and 2, highest total average percentage (all four % scores) to win. No limit to number of nominations. Owner and rider must be current members of ADA at the time of nomination and time of competition. Change of ownership does not void a nomination, but the new owner must be a current member of ADA and the Futurity Chairman must be notified of any change in Ownership. The ADA Futurity Chairman reserves the right to cancel this Futurity for any reason deemed necessary (with approval of the ADA Board) and all fees will be refunded, less $5.00 per nomination). All nomination fees (except in case Rule 5) will go into the purse. The purse for each division is a combination $300 donated by ADA plus the nomination fees collected for each division. The prize money distribution is determined by the number of finalists in each division. Trophies, ribbons and office fees will be sponsored. Copy of registration papers or a veterinarian’s proof of age must be submitted with the first payment to Futurity. No refund of nomination fees after October 10th. Rider must be declared by owner on final nomination date of March 1st. Nominations close on March 1st. No changes after March 1st; NO EXCEPTIONS. The Futurity is held during the ADA Spring Celebration Show. Futurity scores do not count toward other special and perpetual trophy awards. Tests may be studied at the end of the first day of the competition, but will be retained by the Show Secretary until completion of the Futurity Awards Presentation. Tests will be returned after the Awards ceremony. Each Futurity entry must pay Show Class Fees (First Level Test 1 and First Level Test 2) at the Spring Celebration Show over and above any and all other Futurity nomination payments. Horses and riders must be present at the Futurity Awards Ceremony to receive awards and prizes. Failure, without prior permission of the competition manager, to be present and properly attired will eliminate the official score and placing, and the next highest score will move up. If Awards Ceremonies are scheduled in conflict with a competitor’s/horse’s preparation or scheduled ride, the competitor and/or horse will be excused from the Awards Ceremony with permission of the Show Manager. Requests to

be excused from the awards ceremony must occur by end of the show day Saturday before the scheduled ceremony Sunday, except in the case of an emergency. Horse leg wraps may be white or black, but are not required. The schedule and location for the Awards Ceremony will be posted in the show secretary’s office by noon on Saturday. Checks will be delivered to the Owner/Lessee no later than 30 days after the Competition.

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Futurity Nomination

ADA FUTURITY NOMINATION

(Online Fillable & Credit Card Form: https://azdressage.org/compete/ada-futurity-competition/)

Name of Horse:________________________________ USDF #_______________ Date Foaled:_____________ This Futurity will be governed by United States Equestrian Federation rules. I hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the ADA Spring Celebration Show and all singular Show Management, employees and agents from any and all losses, costs, or expenses, or any other claim thereof, of whatever nature arising, or to arise for, and on any account, by reason of the entry or entries hereby made.

Legal Owner:_______________________________________________________________________________ Phone:____________________________________Email:___________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________________________ City:____________________________________________________________State_______ Zip:____________ ****I hereby certify that I am a current ADA member, and I understand that failure to maintain a current ADA membership will render my nomination ineligible. I also understand that Awards Ceremony attendance is mandatory and my failure to attend will cause any

Prize monies and Awards to be forfeited.

Owner’s Signature:_________________________________________________________Date:_____________ Rider’s Name(Must be identified by March 1st): Please Circle Division:

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__________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone____________________________________Email____________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________________________ City:_____________________ State_______ Zip:_________ ****I hereby certify that I am a current ADA member, and I understand that failure to maintain a current ADA membership will render my nomination ineligible. I also understand that Awards Ceremony attendance is mandatory and my failure to attend will cause any

Prize monies and Awards to be forfeited.

Rider’s Signature:_________________________________________________________Date:______________ (Rider must sign this form on or before the show date, if other than owner) I hereby represent and agree that, in the event the entry or entries hereby made is/are made on behalf of an Exhibitor under the age of 18 years, that I am one of the parents, or the duly appointed legal guardian for such minor, and, as such, am entitled to make and submit this entry for, and on behalf of, such minor. As parent of or guardian of Exhibitor who is under the age of 18 years, my signature below indicates my acceptance of responsibility for the Exhibitor.

Parent or Guardian Signature:__________________________________________________________________ Date:___________________ Junior Rider’s Birthdate:_______________________________________________ Junior Rider’s Signature_______________________________________________________________________ Mail this form to:

Susan Skripac, ADA Futurity Chair 5446 E. Covina Rd Mesa, AZ 85205 315.558.2938 futurity@azdressage.org

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SCHOOL’S IN SESSION USDF Regional Schooling Show Awards Program

NEW FOR 2020 Recognizing USDF Group Members for finishing at the “top of their class” in each of USDF’s nine regions, for their achievements at schooling shows. 4 DIVISIONS

7 LEVELS

Open* Junior/Young Rider Adult Amateur Non-Professional

Introductory Third Training Fourth First FEI Second

*Introductory not awarded in Open Division

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CLASS LIST These lists are a general guide to classes offered at shows in the 2020 Arizona Dressage Omnibus. Please refer to the Official Prize list for each show to obtain accurate and up-to-date class lists. Official Prize Lists for each show can be found at www.azdressage.org, www.tucsondressageclub.org, or www.alicesarno.com. •

Designate division: AA (Adult Amateur), YR (Young Rider), J (Junior), O (Open), P (Pony, TDC only). Undesignated will be entered in Open. Divisions will be pinned separately, and may be scheduled separately at management discretion. Opportunity classes will be pinned Junior and all other.

TOC is Test of Choice.

Q = GAIG/USDF Regionals Qualifying. Add $15 to class fee.

* - Prize Money Classes - ADA Spring & Fall – See ADA Prize Money Program Rules and individual prize lists.

See Championship and Special Program Qualifier table below and refer to individual show official prize lists for availability of the various National Championship Qualifying Classes . See USEF and USDF websites for program information and rules. ** Official Region 5 Qualifier for Adequan FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) presented by Gotham North. ‡

Official Region 5 Qualifier for the USEF Young Adult “Brentina Cup” National Championships.

† Official Region 5 Qualifier for the USEF Pony Rider National Championships. § Official Region 5 Qualifier for the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse National Championships. & Official Region 5 Qualifier for the Children Dressage National Championship Day 1 Day 2

Classes

Divisions

Notes

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201

Training Level Test 1

O, AA, J/YR

102

202

Training Level Test 2

O, AA, J/YR

103

203*

Training Level Test 3

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

105

205

Training Level TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR

Add Q test 3 only

106

206

Training Level Test 1 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 3, 2 and 1 Shows –See Note

107

207

Training Level Test 2 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 3, 2 and 1 Shows –See Note

111

211

First Level Test 1

O, AA, J/YR

112

212

First Level Test 2

O, AA, J/YR

113

213*

First Level Test 3

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

115

215

First Level TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR

Add Q test 3 only

116

216

First Level Test 1 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 2 and 1 Shows—See Note

117

217

First Level Test 2 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 2 and 1 Shows—See Note

121

221

Second Level Test 1

O, AA, J/YR

122

222

Second Level Test 2

O, AA, J/YR

123

223*

Second Level Test 3

O, AA, J/YR

add Q – Dover Medal AA – See Note

125

225

Second Level TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR

Add Q test 3 only

126

226

Second Level Test 1 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 1 Shows—See Note

127

227

Second Level Test 2 Opportunity

Jr, All others

Level 1 Shows—See Note

131

231

Third Level Test 1

O, AA, J/YR

132

232

Third Level Test 2

O, AA, J/YR

133

233*

Third Level Test 3

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

135

235

Third Level TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR

Add Q test 3 only

141

241

Fourth Level Test 1

O, AA, J/YR

142

242

Fourth Level Test 2

O, AA, J/YR

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CLASS LIST

Day 1 Day 2

Classes

Divisions

Notes

143 145

243* 245

Fourth Level Test 3 Fourth Level TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR O, AA, J/YR

add Q Add Q test 3 only

FEI Classes

151

251*

Prix St. Georges

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

152

252*

Intermediate I

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

153

253*

Intermediate II

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

154

254*

Grand Prix

O, AA, J/YR

add Q

155 255* Grand Prix Special O, AA, J/YR 156 256 FEI TOC, Specify Test O, AA, J/YR

Grand Prix Special 2014 Add Q

Rider Age Restricted National Qualifiers 158&

FEI Children Team Test

J(12-14)

FEI Children Individual Test

J(12-14)

259&

160**

FEI Junior Team Test

J

add Q - FEI NAYC Qualifying

FEI Junior Individual Test

J

NAYC Qualifying

261**

162**

FEI Young Rider Team Test

YR

add Q - NAYC Qualifying

263**

FEI Young Rider Individual Test

YR

NAYC Qualifying

269

USEF Young Adult “Brentina Cup”

164

264‡

FEI Young Rider Grand Prix test (16-25)

O

#264 USEF Qualifying

165†

FEI Pony Team Test

J (12-16)

USEF Qualifying

266†

FEI Pony Individual Test

J (12-16)

USEF Qualifying

267**

FEI Junior Freestyle Test

J

NAYC Qualifying

268**

FEI Young Rider Freestyle Test

YR

NAYC Qualifying

Freestyle Classes 170 270* USDF Freestyle (TOC)

O by level

add Q (no Q for Training level)

171

O by level

add Q

271*

FEI Freestyle (TOC)

272 FEI Pony Freestyle J (12-16) 173 273 FEI Para Dressage Freestyle (TOC) Young and Developing Horse National Qualifiers 181

281§

USEF Developing Horse PSG Test

O

#281 Markel / USEF Qualifying

182

282§

Young Horse (USEF 4yo)

O

#282 Markel / USEF Qualifying

183

283§

Young Horse (FEI 5yo)

O

#283 Markel / USEF Qualifying

184

284§

Young Horse (FEI 6YO)

O

#284 Markel / USEF Qualifying

185

285§

USEF Developing Horse GP Test

O

#285 Markel / USEF Qualifying

Other 191

291

Introductory Test A, Opportunity

J, all other

192

292

Introductory Test B, Opportunity

J, all other

193

293

Introductory Test C

J, all other

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CLASS LIST

Day 1 Day 2

Classes

Divisions

Other (cont.)

194

294

Dressage Seat Equitation

J, all other

195

295

Rider Test TOC, specify test

O, AA, J/YR

196

296

Pas de Deux

O by level

197

297

FEI Para Dressage TOC, Specify Test

Notes

Specify test: Training, First or Second level

ADA Futurity Classes

See Futurity Rules and Regulations

1111

First Level Test 1 Futurity

O & AA/J/YR

ADA Spring only

First Level Test 2 Futurity

O & AA/J/YR

ADA Spring only

1133

State Championship Classes

See Arizona State Championship Rules

7170

State Championship Training 3

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship First 3

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

7172

State Championship Second 3

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship Third 3

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

7174

State Championship Fourth 3

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship Prix St. Georges

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

7176

State Championship Intermediate I

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship Intermediate II

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

7178

State Championship Grand Prix

O, AA, J/YR

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship USDF Freestyle

O by level

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

State Championship FEI Freestyle

O by level

ADA Fall Fiesta Only

7271 7273 7275 7277 7279

7180

Dover Medal Note: For two-day shows, Dover Medal is awarded on Day 1 (Class 123). Dover Medal is awarded each day of two separate shows held on the same weekend (Class 123 and Class 223) Opportunity Classes: Intended to introduce competitors to showing at USEF/USDF licensed shows without incurring additional membership fees. Competitors showing only in these classes are exempt from USEF and USDF membership and horse fees. These classes do not count toward high point or year-end awards and are for entry level riders only.

ATTENTION COMPETITORS Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with correct applicable numbers (USDF and USEF) for horse, owner, rider and trainer, before the day(s) of the competition. The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.

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Championships & Special Program Qualifiers The shows listed below are qualifiers for the following Championships and Special Programs

2020 Arizona State Dressage Championships** 2020 GAIG/USDF Regional Dressage Championships*

ADA State Championships & Fall Fiesta – Nov. 2-3, 2019

2020 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) presented by Gotham North

TDC State Championships & Fall Festival I & II –

November 16-17, 2019

2020 GAIG/USDF Regional Dressage Championships*

CARA Champagne – February 7-8, 2020

2020 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) presented by Gotham North

TDC March Madness I & II – March 14-15, 2020

ADA Spring Celebration – April 15-16, 2020

2020 Arizona State Dressage Championships**

ADA Fun in February – February 9, 2020

2020 GAIG/USDF Regional Dressage Championships*

CARA Wednesday I/II – March 25 & April 29, 2020

Road Runner Shows I/II – June 5-7 & July 10-12, 2020

ADA Mountain Air/ Dressage in the Pines – Aug. 15-16, 2020

2021 GAIG/USDF Regional Dressage Championships*

ADA State Championships & Fall Fiesta – Oct 31-Nov 1, 2020

2021 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships presented by Gotham North

TDC Fall Festival – November 18-19, 2020

2020 USEF Children, Pony Rider, Junior & Young Rider National Championships 2020 USEF Young Adult “Brentina Cup” , Intermediate I and Grand Prix Dressage National Championships

2020 Arizona State Dressage Championships**

2020 USEF Young Adult “Brentina Cup” , Intermediate I and Grand Prix Dressage National Championships 2020 USEF Children, Pony Rider, Junior & Young Rider National Championships 2020 Markel/USEF Young and Developing Horse National Championships

2021 Arizona State Dressage Championships***

2021 USEF Children, Pony Rider, Junior & Young Rider National Championships 2021 USEF Young Adult “Brentina Cup” , Intermediate I and Grand Prix Dressage National Championships

* Estimated Qualifying Dates for 2020 GAIG/USDF Region 5 Championships. The Region 5 2020 Dressage Championships will be September 14-17, 2020 at the Colorado Horse Park, Parker, CO. The qualifying season begins one day following the closing date of the previous year championship and ends the fourth Monday prior to the first day of the next year’s competition. For official dates review all USDF Regional qualifying seasons when published at: http://www.usdf.org/ competitions/competitions-championships/regionals/master-omnibus.asp. Riders are NOT required to be a resident of the region to compete in that region’s championship. Riders, who wish to compete at Regional Championships in a region other than their region of residence, must submit a Change of Region Form, at no cost if done prior to July 1. Region 7 Championships will be held September 29-October 1 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, Burbank, CA **Qualifying Dates for 2020 Arizona State Dressage Championships: October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020. ***Qualifying Dates for 2021 Arizona State Dressage Championships: October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021.

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ADA Membership App

PRIMARY / INDIVIDUAL MEMBER INFORMATION

Check Membership Type: o Renewal o New Membership o NAC (Must Select to be NAC) Current USDF # ________________ (If Applicable) Use this Form for Payment by Check ONLY - For Payment by Credit Card, Join Online at www.azdressage.org. Name (print clearly )______________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth (______/______/______) Address ____________________________________________________ City ____________________________ State _______ Zip ____________

2020 Membership Application December 1, 2019 - November 30, 2020

ARIZONA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION

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Centerline newsletter, Show, Clinic and Membership information are delivered electronically. We respect your privacy. ADA does NOT share your personal information with ANY third parties! See Full Privacy Policy on ADA Website. Signature (required) _________________________________________________________________ Date _____________________________

JUNIOR /YOUNG RIDER MEMBERSHIP: (one vote) Date of Birth (____/_____/_____) (under age 22 by December 1, 2020) FAMILY MEMBERSHIP: Only the PRIMARY FAMILY MEMBER gets one ADA vote and is eligible for all ADA annual awards. Every ADA FAMILY MEMBER gets a USDF Group Membership with the additional fee. Primary Family Member Name _________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth (____/____/____) Supporting Family Member #1 Name ___________________________________________________________ Date of Birth (____/____/____) Supporting Family Member #2 Name ___________________________________________________________ Date of Birth (____/____/____) *Supporting Member Not Eligible for Year End Awards. Other USDF restrictions may apply.

Individual Membership......................................... $50.00 o AA o JR/YR o Open Primary Family Membership ................................ $50.00 o AA o JR/YR o Open Each Supporting Family member ........................ $28.00 #1 o AA o JR/YR o Open #2 o AA o JR/YR o Open o Hard Copy Newsletter (optional) ..............$ 27.00 o ADA donation (optional) ........................... $ 9.00 (for rider education programs) o USDF Region 5 donation (optional) ......... $ 1.00 o Region 5 JR/YR donation (optional) ........ $ 5.00 ADA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Organization

HELP WANTED ADA is a Volunteer Organization.

*** Volunteering your Time or Expertise is required for Year End Awards, Scholarships, and Grants *** Visit www.azdressage.org/volunteer/ for details. Contact ksmith@azdressage.org if you can help us out! or

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TOTAL enclosed $ _____________

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8877 N 107th Ave, Suite 302-238 Peoria, AZ 85345 Or Scan/Email to: Membership@azdressage.org * Envelope must have Michell’s name on it

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Tucson Dressage Club 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Each show will have an official prize list published online at www.TucsonDressageClub.org or www.EquestrianEntries.com

Please use the entry form contained in the official prize list.

MARCH MADNESS I (Level 3)* - USEF/USDF # 7046 MARCH MADNESS II (Level 3)* - USEF/USDF # 328130

MM I Date

March 14, 2020

Entries Open January 22, 2020

MM II Date

March 15, 2020

Entries Close February 25, 2020

Location

Pima County Fairgrounds, Tucson, AZ

Manager

Jay Chabucos - email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: (623) 221-0707

Secretary

Paula Madden – email: cactusdressage@outlook.com; (520) 419-2004

Judges

TBA

TD

TBA

*“Official Qualifying Competition for the 2020 Children Dressage National Championship, 2020 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North; the 2020 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championship; 2020 AGCO/USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships; the 2020 USEF Young Adult ‘Brentina Cup’ Dressage National Championship presented by Dressage Today; and the 2020 Markel/USEF Young and Developing Horse Dressage Championships.”

FALL FESTIVAL I (Level 3)** - USEF/USDF # 2082 FALL FESTIVAL II (Level 3)** - USEF/USDF # 329577

FF I Date

December 5, 2020

Entries Open October 14, 2020

FF II Date

December 6, 2020

Entries Close November 11, 2020

Location

Pima County Fairgrounds, Tucson, AZ

Manager

Jay Chabucos - email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: (623) 221-0707

Secretary

Paula Madden – email: cactusdressage@outlook.com; (520) 419-2004

Judges

TBA

TD

TBA

**“Official Qualifying Competition for the 2021 Children Dressage National Championship, 2021 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North, the 2021 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championship, 2021 AGCO/USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships and the 2021 USEF Young Adult ‘Brentina Cup’ Dressage National Championship.

Note to competitors: You must fill out a separate entry form for each show. The Office fee and the USEF fees must be paid for EACH show. One copy of complete documentation is sufficient for both shows. Per USEF, two shows held over a single weekend will be treated as a single show for qualifying purposes for NAYC, USEF Pony, Childrens, Junior and Young Rider and Brentina Cup. High point awards will be for the weekend. Scores from both shows will count toward single high point awards. GAIG/USDF Regional Championship scores will count for each show.

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General Information

Tucson Dressage Club 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Each show will have an official prize list published online at www.tucsondressageclub.org or www.horseshowsolutions.com

Entry Procedures: A separate entry form must be completed for each horse/rider combination for each show. Please use the entry form contained in the Official Prize List. Forms from previous shows may be invalid. Send the completed entry form and all fees to the Show Secretary. Make checks payable to TDC. Entries must be postmarked by the closing date. If you want to fax an entry, contact the Show Secretary for instructions.

Online Entries. Visit EquestrianEntries.com on opening day of competition. The signature page and other documents may be uploaded in Equestrian Entries and submitted with show entry or e-mailed separately to Show Secretary. You can also use this system to fill out show entries and mail a check to Show Secretary at no cost. Class Fees: (check official prize list for each show) Intro – Fourth – (including USDF Freestyles/Pas de Deux)

$60

Intro – Fourth – Non- FEI JR Rider (18 and under)

$50

FEI Level including Freestyles; USDF Freestyles- per test

$70

Dressage Seat Equitation, All Riders

$35

GAIG/USDF Qualifying Class. Add $15 fee per class

$15

Leadline Exhibition $15 Other Entry Fees (per show): (check official prize list for each show) Office Fee - Non-refundable for entries canceled on or before close date $25 USEF Fee (USEF $15 D&M $8)

$23

USEF Show Pass (Non-Member) Fee

$45

USDF Non-Member Fee

$35

USDF Affidavit Fee

Post Entry Fee plus Class fee

$5 $10

Late Fee/Post Entry Fee

$25

Non-Compete (Schooling) Horse (per show)—entry is required

$30

Incomplete Entry Fee

$15

Returned Check Fee

$50

Rider/Horse Change Fee (change of either Rider or Horse after entries submitted = new entry) $10 Refer to individual show Official Prize List for Stabling fees Office Fee: Required for each show. Non-refundable. Class List: Use the Class List appearing in the Official Prize List. New USEF Safe Sport Requirement: All competitors must complete USEF Safe Sport certification before competing. Please attach a copy of your Safe Sport Trained certificate with your entry. The training can be found at https://www.usef.org/compete/resources-forms rules-regulations/safe-sport. No refunds will be given if competitor cannot provide proof of completion. USEF website takes up to 3 days to reflect completion so please bring printed certificate. Opportunity Classes: Opportunity classes are intended to introduce competitors to showing at USEF/USDF licensed shows without incurring additional membership fees and are for entry level riders. Competitors showing only in opportunity classes are exempt from USDF and USEF membership, horse and drug fees. Classes are pinned Junior and All Other. These classes do not count toward high point or year end awards. For more information go to https://www.usef.org/forms-pubs/Z6TRWhW91y8/opportunity-classes---effective Refunds: Office fee is not refundable. Entries with written cancellation on or before the closing date will receive 100% refund of all fees minus the $25 office fee per show. NO REFUNDS after original Closing Date even if Closing date is extended. Scratches: Scratches before the closing date may be made for any reason and all fees will be refunded except the Office Fee. No Shows: All “No Shows” that have not contacted the show office will be considered a scratch for the rest of the show and time slots may be filled. Scratches During Show: Competitors have responsibility to inform the Show Secretary in the Show Office of their intent to scratch a ride prior to the scheduled ride time. Scratches will not be accepted at the competition arena or with the Ring Steward. Scratches are not refundable. Late/Post Entries: Accepted as space allows. Add $25 per entry per show. See Stabling section for late entry stabling information.

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General Information

Tucson Dressage Club 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Not Competing (Schooling) Horses: Must pay a $30.00 schooling fee, office fee, plus stabling or trailer in fee per show. Changes: $10 per change, if allowed. Bring $10 to the show office when you request the change. Change in rider or horse is a new entry and all entry fees apply. Internet Search Fee: Entries with missing documentation will be charged an Internet search fee ($10) to provide the appropriate documentation. To avoid this fee, submit proof of all required horse, rider, owner and trainer USDF and USEF membership and registration

STABLING The Omnibus contains general information about stabling policies. Please refer to the individual show Official Prize List for details about barns, stall size, bedding, move-in/move-out, and prices. Prices apply to Horse or Tack Stall. All horses on site overnight must be stabled. Stalls will not be reserved until entries are received by the Show Secretary. •

Stable Groups: If you want to be stabled with a group, please provide the Show Secretary with only ONE name (either individual or Trainer barn) for entire group. Inform the show secretary of stabling requirements when submitting entries (i.e., stallions).

Late Entries with stabling location requests will be honored, if possible. However, late entries may not be stabled with their requested group after barn charts have been finalized and submitted to the venue.

Smoking is prohibited in stall areas.

Use sharps containers provided in barns. Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.

Ride Times: Preliminary ride times and a show schedule will be available on the Fox Village Ride Times and Results website and TDC’s website, www.tucsondressageclub.org. Final ride times will be posted at the show by noon the day before the show day. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to verify final ride times at the show. Please notify the show secretary of any scheduling conflicts. Ride times will not be mailed. Arenas: Footing in competition and warm-up arenas is a sand/dirt mixture. All tests are ridden in 20m x 60m arenas. During the show, competition arenas will be open for hand walking only outside the dressage court up to one half hour prior to the start of the first class, and mounted schooling is allowed in competition arenas after the end of each competition day as daylight permits. Pets: All pets must be on a leash per USEF GR1301.6 or subject to fine. No pets inside arena fencing at any time. Awards: Test of Choice class placing will be determined by division, by percentage ranking, regardless of which test is ridden within each class. Freestyle classes are pinned Open by level. Ribbons and Prizes and High Point Awards: Refer to individual show Official Prize List. Directions: Exit I-10 at Houghton Rd. Go south on Houghton. Turn right (west) on Brekke Rd. Turn left into Pima County Fairgrounds. For more information about the fairgrounds go to www.pimacountyfair.com. Operation of Motorized Vehicles: USEF GR1301.7 applies. Arrival Day(s): All USEF and local rules are in effect upon entering the show grounds. This includes arrival day(s). ATTENTION COMPETITORS Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with the following association numbers before the day(s) of the competition. •

United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for horse, owner, rider, trainer and/or coach

United States Dressage Federation (USDF) for horse, owner and rider.

The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.

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AVRA Equine

DR CANDICE CHINTIS, DVM Dr. Candice Chintis graduated Magna Cum Laude from University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Science. She completed her veterinary degree at Colorado State University earning honorary membership into Phi Zeta, the honor society. for veterinary medicine.

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TDC Membership App

2020 TUCSON DRESSAGE CLUB MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION December 1, 2019 – November 30, 2020

The Tucson Dressage Club is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation. TDC is a group member organization of USDF. When you join TDC, you support dressage on a local and national level.

____RENEWAL ____NEW MEMBER____UPDATE/CHANGE Information for voting member (one vote per family): USDF#__________________Name_____________________________________________________________ Primary Address_____________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip ______________________________________________________________________________ Secondary Address(May-Oct)___________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip_________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Primary Phone ______________________________Secondary Phone_________________________________ Email_______________________________________________________ Date of Birth______/______/______ . Please check your preference below for inclusion in a TDC membership roster: _____Include my name and contact information ______Do not include my name and contact information Do not include my ______address _______phone number ___(pr) ___(sec) ____email Choose one category for awards purposes: Rider Category _________Open ________Adult Amateur _______Junior/Young Rider Additional categories (optional): ___________Vintage (over 50) _________ Rookie ( AA or Jr/YR competing Tr L or 1st L in 1st year of recognized shows) Additional Family Memberships: Being a member of the Tucson Dressage ClubDate gives the following benefits: Name______________________________________________ of Birth ____/____/____ Subscription to Transitions, our monthly newsletter GMO member of USDF and eligibility for USDF rider awards

Name______________________________________________ Date Birthrate ____/____/____ Participation in TDC activities free or at a of reduced Eligibility to vote and hold office

Eligibility to receive year end met you willing to Volunteer? Individual/Primary Family/Junior Membership Feeawards if volunteer ______requirements $50 Are (4 hours at TDC approved event or $25/each 2 hours) ____Yes ____No Each additional family member ______$24

Transitions subscription only

______$25

USDF Region 5 donation (optional)

______$1

TDC donation (optional)

_______ monies go to scholarship fund

(no USDF membership or TDC voting)

Total

Checks payable to TDC and mail to:

_______

Lynn Boice 3312 N Riverbend Cir E Tucson AZ 85750

Being a member of the Tucson Dressage Club gives the following benefits: Subscription to Transitions, our newsletter GMO member of USDF and eligibility for USDF rider awards Participation in TDC activities free or at a reduced rate Eligibility to vote and hold office Eligibility to receive year end awards

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Arizona Dressage Association 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Please use the official prize list published online at www.azdressage.org. Entries must be received by the close date.

FUN IN FEBRUARY (Level 1) - USEF/USDF # 328702

Date

February 9, 2020

Entries Open December 17, 2019

Location

Dale Creek Equestrian Village, Litchfield Park, AZ

Entries Close January 13, 2020

Manager

Kathy Smith - email: k.smith@azdressage.org; C: (623) 570-5991

Secretary

Cynthia Ganem – email: cgasylum@cox.net; C: (602) 980-7800

Judges

Barbara Breen-Gurley “S”

SPRING CELEBRATION (Level 3)* - USEF/USDF # 208

Date

April 15-16, 2020

Entries Open February 13, 2020

Location

WestWorld Equestrian Center, Scottsdale, AZ

Entries Close March 15, 2020

Manager

Jay Chabucos - email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: (623) 221-0707

Secretary

Sue Plasman - email: splasman@comcast.net; C: (602) 463-2505

Judges

Carter Bass “S”, Jennifer Roth “S”

*“Official Qualifying Competition for the 2020 Children Dressage National Championship, 2020 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North; the 2020 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championship; 2020 AGCO/USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships; and the 2020 USEF Young Adult ‘Brentina Cup’ Dressage National Championship presented by Dressage Today. Official Qualifying Competition for the 2020 Markel/USEF Young and Developing Horse Dressage Championships.”

MOUNTAIN AIR DRESSAGE (Level 2) - USEF/USDF # 323066 DRESSAGE IN THE PINES (Level 2) - USEF/USDF # 323067

Mtn Air Date

August 15, 2020

Entries Open June 24, 2020

Pines Date

August 16, 2020

Entries Close July 21, 2020

Location

Fort Tuthill County Park, Flagstaff, AZ

Manager

Jay Chabucos - email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: (623) 221-0707

Secretary

Sue Plasman - email: splasman@comcast.net; C: (602) 463-2505

Judges

Dina Babcock “S”, TBD

FALL FIESTA & AZ State Championships (Level 3)* * - USEF/USDF # 320560

Date

Oct. 31-Nov 1, 2020

Entries Open September 9, 2020

Location

WestWorld Equestrian Center, Scottsdale, AZ

Entries Close October 6, 2020

Manager

Jay Chabucos - email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: (623) 221-0707

Secretary

Sue Plasman - email: splasman@comcast.net; C: (602) 463-2505

Judges

Debbie Riehl Rodriguez “S”, Dolly Hannon “S”, Mike Osinski “S”, Cindy Canace “S”

**“Official Qualifying Competition for the 2021 Children Dressage National Championship, 2021 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North, the 2021 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championship, 2021 AGCO/USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships and the 2021 USEF Young Adult ‘Brentina Cup’ Dressage National Championship.

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General Information

Arizona Dressage Association 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Each show will have an official prize list published online at www.azdressage.org.

Please use the entry form contained in the official prize list. Forms from previous shows may be invalid.

Entries must be received by the close date.

Online Entries. You must use Equestrian Entries at http://equestrianentries.com/ for all Credit Card/PayPal Entries. You can also use this system to print out show entries and mail a check at no cost. NOTES ABOUT ENTERING USING ONLINE EQUESTRIAN ENTRIES: 1. For one-day shows held on a weekend: If you are entering both shows, select the two-show stabling fee. Then unselect the Trailer-In fee for the second show. 2. When entering a TOC class, please specify which test you want to ride on the form. 3. If you are a Junior entering regular classes, your entry may show $65 class fees. * 4. If you are entering a Not Competing Horse the drug fee will be charged online. * *ADA will make adjustments to these fees at or following the shows. Class Fees: (check official prize list for each show)** Intro – Fourth – Non-FEI JR Rider (18 and under)

$55

Intro – Fourth – All others (incl. Futurity Classes & USDF Freestyles/Pas de Deux)

$65

FEI Level including Freestyles—All Riders

$75

Not Competing (Schooling or Leadline) Horse (per show)

Check Prize List

GAIG/USDF Regionals Qualifying Class. Add $15 fee per class

$15

Other Entry Fees (per show): (check official prize list for each show)** Office Fee - Non-refundable for entries canceled on or before close date

$30

Late Fee - per entry accepted after closing date as space allows

$30

USEF Fee (USEF $15 D&M $8)

$23

USEF Show Pass (Non-Member) Fee

$45

USDF Non-Member Fee

$35

USDF Affidavit Fee

$5

Change Fee

$10 if allowed

Incorrect/Incomplete Entry

Up to $25

Class Sponsorship $50 Refer to individual show Official Prize List for Stabling fees ** All fees are subject to change. Class List: Use the Class List appearing in the Official Prize List. New USEF Safe Sport Requirement: All competitors must complete USEF Safe Sport certification before competing. Please attach a copy of your Safe Sport Trained certificate with your entry. The training can be found at https://www.usef.org/compete/resources-forms rules-regulations/safe-sport. No refunds will be given if competitor cannot provide proof of completion. USEF website takes up to 3 days to reflect completion so please bring printed certificate. Opportunity Classes: Opportunity classes are intended to introduce competitors to showing at USEF/USDF licensed shows without incurring additional membership fees and are for entry level riders. Competitors showing only in opportunity classes are exempt from USDF and USEF membership, horse and drug fees. Classes are pinned Junior and All Other. These classes do not count toward high point or year end awards. For more information go to http://www.usef.org/documents/disciplines/dressage/OpportunityClassFAQ.pdf Rider Test Class: Offered at training, first and second level in Test of Choice classes. They are designed to evaluate the proficiency of the rider at different levels without giving extra credit for the horse’s gaits, impulsion or submission. These classes do not count toward high point or year-end awards. Dover Medal Class: Second Level Test 3 AA Division on day one of a two-day show, or Saturday and Sunday on two-show weekends. See Standard Show Rules and Dover Program section of the Official Prize List.

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General Information

Arizona Dressage Association 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions Refunds: Horse/rider combinations that have completed entries and that notify the secretary in writing after closing date, but by 6:00 p.m. before show warm-up day of their intention to scratch, will receive a 75% refund of stabling fees paid to the competition. No refunds for any reason after the start of warm-up day, including cancellation of a class or classes, or all or part of the competition due to severe weather, accident or any other emergency. Scratches: Scratches before the closing date may be made for any reason and all fees will be refunded except the Office Fee. Late/Post Entries: Accepted as space allows. Add $15 per entry per show. See Stabling section for late entry stabling information. Not Competing (Schooling) Horses: Must pay a schooling fee, office fee, plus stabling or trailer in fee per show.

STABLING The Omnibus contains general information about stabling policies. Please refer to the individual show Official Prize List for details about barns, stall size, bedding, move-in/move-out, and prices. Prices apply to Horse or Tack Stall. All horses on site overnight must be stabled. Stalls will not be reserved until entries are received by the Show Secretary. •

Stable Groups: If you want to be stabled with a group, please provide the Show Secretary with only ONE name (either individual or Trainer barn) for entire group. Inform the show secretary of stabling requirements when submitting entries (i.e., stallions).

Late Entries with stabling location requests will be honored, if possible. However, late entries may not be stabled with their requested group after barn charts have been finalized and submitted to the venue.

Competitors arriving after 6:00 PM must contact the Barn Manager to make arrangements for stall access.

Smoking is prohibited in stall areas.

Use sharps containers provided in barns. Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.

Ride Times: Preliminary ride times and a show schedule will be available on ADA’s website, www.azdressage.org. Final ride times will be posted at the show by noon the day before the first show day. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to verify final ride times at the show. Please notify the show secretary of any scheduling conflicts. Ride times will be mailed only if you include a #10 SASE. Arenas: Refer to individual show Official Prize List for composition of competition and warm-up arenas. All tests are ridden in 20 x 60m arenas. During the show, competition arenas will be open for hand walking only outside the dressage court up to one half hour prior to the start of the first class, and mounted schooling is allowed in competition arenas after the end of each competition day. Awards: Test of Choice class placing will be determined by division, by percentage ranking, regardless of which test is ridden within each class. Freestyle classes are pinned Open by level. Ribbons and Prizes: Refer to individual show Official Prize List. High Point Awards: Refer to individual show Official Prize List. Directions: Refer to individual show Official Prize List Operation of Motorized Vehicles: USEF GR1301.7 applies. Arrival Day(s): All USEF and local rules are in effect upon entering the show grounds. This includes arrival day(s). ATTENTION COMPETITORS Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with the following association numbers before the day(s) of the competition. •

United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for horse, owner, rider, trainer and/or coach

United States Dressage Federation (USDF) for horse, owner and rider.

The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.

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Level 3 Recognized Show USEF/USDF #337548 Entries Open: December 3, 2019 Entries Close: January 7, 2020 JUDGES: Mike Osinski, ‘S’ AND Lois Yukins, ‘S’ Manager : Jay Chabucos email: JayChabucos@gmail.com C: 623-221-0707 Secretary: Dian Seabury email: dfseabury@gmail.com C: 520-906-5545

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CARA WEDNESDAY SHOW ii april 29, 2020 Level 2 Recognized Show USEF/USDF #339378 Entries Open: march 25, 2020 Entries close: april 16, 2020 JUDGE: Axel Steiner, ‘S’ Manager : Jay Chabucos email: JayChabucos@gmail.com C: 623-221-0707 Secretary: Dian Seabury email: dfseabury@gmail.com C: 520-906-5545

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CARA 2020 USEF Licensed/USDF Recognized Competitions

Please use the official prize list published online at www.caradressage.com.

Entries must be received by the close date.

CARA CHAMPAGNE DRESSAGE SHOW (Level 3)* USEF/USDF # 337548

Date Location Manager Secretary Judges

February 7-8, 2020 Entries Open December 3, 2019 Horseshoe Park Equestrian Centre Queen Creek, AZ Entries Close January 7, 2020 Jay Chabucos- email: JayChabucos@gmail.com; C: 623-221-0707 Dian Seabury – email: dfseabury@gmail.com; C: 520-906-5545 Mike Osinski, ‘S’; Lois Yukins, ‘S’

*“Official Qualifying Competition for the 2020 Adequan FEI North American Youth Championships presented by Gotham North; the 2020 USEF Children Dressage National Championships; 2020 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championships; 2020 USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships; the 2020 USEF Young Adult ‘Brentina Cup’ Dressage National Championship presented by Dressage Today; and the 2020 Markel/USEF Young and Developing Horse Dressage Championships.”

CARA WEDNESDAY I (Level 2)* - USEF/USDF # 339377 CARA WEDNESDAY II (Level 2)* - USEF/USDF # 339378

Date

March 25, 2020

Location

Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre Queen Creek, AZ Entries Close March 11, 2020

Entries Open February 8, 2020

Manager

Jay Chabucos- email: JayChabucos@gmail.com; C: 623-221-0707

Secretary

Dian Seabury – email: dfseabury@gmail.com; C: 520-906-5545

Judges

Melanie Kessler, ‘S’

CARA WEDNESDAY II (Level 2)* - USEF/USDF # 339378

Date

April 29, 2020

Entries Open March 25, 2020

Location

Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre Queen Creek, AZ Entries Close April 16, 2020

Manager

Jay Chabucos- email: JayChabucos@gmail.com; C: 623-221-0707

Secretary

Dian Seabury – email: dfseabury@gmail.com; C: 520-906-5545

Judges

Axel Steiner, ‘S’

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Horse Nomination

ARIZONA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION HORSE NOMINATION FORM 2020 Arizona State Dressage Championships

November, 2020 (Exact Dates TBD) – WestWorld of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ Qualifying period for 2020 State Championships: October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020 ❖ $25 Nomination fee must be received before qualifying scores are earned.

❖ Once the horse has been nominated it is not necessary to pay additional qualifying fees on entries. NOTE: The “Q” Qualifying fee on the show entry refers to Regional Championship qualifying, not to State Championships. Scores are tracked for State Championships, once the horse has been nominated. ❖ You must be a member of an Arizona GMO by August 31, 2020 to ride in the Arizona State Championship Show. USDF PM Membership is NOT sufficient! Horse Name: Horse USDF Number Horse USEF Number Owner Name Owner Address Owner Email/Phone # Owner USDF number Owner USEF number

The Arizona State Championships will be held at the Arizona Dressage Association Fall Fiesta Dressage Show, November, 2020 (Exact Dates TBD) at WestWorld of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ. For scores to count toward qualification for the State Championships, a $25 nomination fee must be paid for each horse. This fee must be paid before any rides will count toward qualifying. Since only one horse/rider combination can compete at State Championships, the fee goes toward the horse. Multiple riders may qualify on the same horse if the nomination fee has been paid for that horse. If multiple riders qualify on the same horse, one rider only may compete in the State Championship classes and the concurrent Fall Fiesta show. See State Championship Rule 5. There are two ways to file your Nomination Form: 1. Send the nomination with a $25 check, payable to Arizona Dressage Association “ADA” to the address listed below. 2. Include the nomination and check, payable to ADA, with your show entry to any Recognized show in Arizona-ADA, Tucson Dressage Club (TDC), Road Runner, or CARA Champagne Dressage Show. Check the current Arizona Dressage Omnibus or ADA and TDC websites for complete State Championship rules. Updates will also be posted on these websites, if required: ADA: www.azdressage.org; TDC: www.tucsondressageclub.org.

Please make $25 check payable to “ADA” and send to:

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Sue Plasman 2582 Jennifer Drive Live Oak, CA 95953


ARIZONA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION 2020 AZ State Championship Rules October 31 - November 1, 2020 – WestWorld of Scottsdale, AZ Qualifying period for 2020 State Championships: October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020 The 2020 Arizona State Dressage Championship Rules and Nomination Form appear in the Arizona Dressage Omnibus or ADA and TDC websites. Updates will be posted on these websites, if required: ADA, www.azdressage.org; TDC, www.tucsondressageclub.org. NOMINATION Horses must be nominated to be eligible for participation in the Arizona State Championships. The nominating fee and form must be received BEFORE any scores will count toward qualification. The nominating fee is $25 per horse. Since only one horse/rider combination can compete at State Championships, the fee goes toward the horse. The horse may be ridden by multiple riders during the show year. Qualifying scores must be earned by the horse/rider combination, even though the nomination fee is paid on the horse. If multiple riders qualify on the same horse, one rider only may compete in the State Championship classes and the concurrent Arizona Dressage Association Fall Fiesta show. See State Championship Rule QUALIFYING Open to any Arizona Competitor, including student Competitor (U.S. citizenship not required). Rider must be a member of an Arizona GMO (GMO = Group Member Organization of USDF – United States Dressage Federation) by August 31, 2020 to ride in 2020 State Championship show classes. Rider need not be a member of an Arizona GMO at the time the qualifying scores are earned. Competition year for the 2020 State Championships qualifying is from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. The Arizona State Dressage Championship classes are held in conjunction with Tucson Dressage Club (TDC) Fall Festival I & II shows November 18-19, 2020. Horse/rider combinations must earn two (2) qualifying scores under two (2) different judges from USEF/USDF-recognized open Dressage classes offered at Dressage competitions recognized by the ADA and TDC and held in the State of Arizona between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2020 in any test of the level. (Dressage competitions interested in obtaining recognition from the ADA and TDC, please contact scores@azdressage.org for details. Fees apply.) Horse/rider combination must declare Rider’s status (Open, Adult Amateur or Junior/Young Rider) and must provide proof of eligibility to show management. COMPETITION Qualifying competitions must be USEF licensed and USDF recognized. Qualified horse/riders/level will be published in the TDC Transitions and the ADA Centerline and on the TDC website (www. tucsondressageclub.org) and the ADA website, (www.azdressage.org). Copies of the list of qualifiers will be sent to all Arizona GMO’s. Any rider who does not appear on the qualifying list (and who believes that s/he has indeed qualified) must supply a photocopy of the face of both qualifying test sheet rides OR copies of USDF records of qualifying rides to the show secretary upon entering Arizona State Dressage Championship classes. 1. Championship Classes will be double judged. 2. THE HIGHEST TEST OF THE LEVEL WILL BE RIDDEN FROM MEMORY. 3. NO WHIPS MAY BE CARRIED IN CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES. 4. Cross entering divisions is not permitted unless at levels that do not offer separate divisions. 5. Within 24 hours prior and at no time during the Championship or the concurrent Open Show may any horse entered in the Championship competition be ridden by anyone other than the rider entered in the Championship competition on that horse (Exception: grooms riding on loose rein). Further, any horse entered in the Championship competition, even if entered at two levels, must be ridden by the same rider throughout all days of the competition, including the Open Show held in conjunction with the Championships show. Two shows held over the same weekend will be considered a single show. This rule applies as soon as the horse is on the grounds. 6. Championship Classes will follow US Equestrian Federation and FEI rules regarding attire and equipment allowed. Ring stewards will check saddlery and inspect bits of each horse immediately after it has completed its test and has left the arena. Any discrepancy to the saddlery or equipment rules will entail immediate elimination (See DR121.9). 7. Horse/rider combinations which have won a State Championship may no longer compete in a State Championship competition, in that division, at that or a lower level (Grand Prix Level excepted). 8. In the event of a tie (equality of total points) for Champion and/or Reserve Champion in Championship classes, the collective marks will determine first, second and/or third places (i.e., when a tie for first place is broken by collective marks, tied competitors will receive first and second places, etc.) If collective marks are equal, the tie will remain unbroken (i.e., two first places will be awarded, next third place, etc.) This policy for breaking ties will also apply to subsequent placing in the class. For ties in freestyle classes refer to USEF DR129.5 which states the highest score shall be declared the winner of the class. In the case of a tie, the higher artistic score shall determine the winner. In the case of a tie (equality of total points and collective marks) for Champion, prize money, (if offered) for Champion and Reserve Champion will be combined and divided equally between the competitors. See USEF Rules DR123.3 and DR123.8.

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ARIZONA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION 2020 AZ State Dressage Championship Rules QUALIFYING SCORES OPEN

AA/JR/YR

FREESTYLE

OPEN

Training Level

65%

60%

First Level

65%

60%

First Level

65%

Second Level Third Level

63%

59%

Second Level

65%

60%

57%

Third Level

65%

Fourth Level

60%

57%

Fourth Level

63%

Prix St Georges

60%

57%

Intermediate I

60%

57%

Intermediate I

63%

Intermediate A/B/II

58%

57%

Grand Prix

58%

57%

Grand Prix

63%

FEI

The following shows (subject to change) are qualifiers for 2020 Arizona State Championships: ADA Fall Fiesta

November 5-6, 2019

TDC Fall Festival I & II - Open November 19-20, 2019 classes CARA Champagne

February 7-8, 2020

ADA Fun in February

February 9, 2020

TDC March Madness I & II

March 14-15, 2020

CARA Wednesday I

March 25, 2020

ADA Spring Celebration

April 11-12, 2020

CARA Wednesday II

April 29, 2020

Road Runner I & II

June 5-7 & July 10-12, 2020

ADA Mountain Air & Dressage August 15-16, 2020 in the Pines

AWARDS  Award and ribbon to Champion. Reserve Champion ribbon and ribbons 3rd through 6th place in each Championship class.  Scores from Championship classes do not count towards open show high points or any ADA or TDC Year End Awards. STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AWARDS CEREMONIES  Riders placing in State Championships classes must be present, mounted and in full riding attire for award ceremonies.  Horse leg wraps may be white or black.  Competitors may decline to participate in the victory round.  Failure, without prior permission of the competition manager, to be present and properly attired will eliminate the official score and placing, and the next highest score will move up.  If Awards Ceremonies are scheduled in conflict with a competitor’s/horse’s preparation or scheduled ride, the competitor and/or horse will be excused from the Awards Ceremony. Management will attempt to allow the rider and/or horse to be recognized at a subsequent Awards Ceremony at that show, if requested.  The tentative schedule and procedure for the Awards Ceremony schedule will be posted in the show secretary’s office by noon on the day prior to the start of the competition.

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Road Runner Shows

Road Runner Dressage Shows USEF/USDF Open Dressage Shows

I June 5-7, 2020

Judge: Angela Littlefield Thorndike (S) TD: Doris North

II July 10-12, 2020

Judge: Fran Kehr (S) TD: Loree McGee

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Featuring

June Show – starts Friday night with split sessions to avoid the heat; Opportunity Intro through FEI Test of Choice & Para Test of Choice; Pro-Am Challenge Jackpot July Show -- starts Friday night with split sessions to avoid the heat; Opportunity Intro through FEI Test of Choice; Team Competition Jackpot

 The dressage arena is in the cooled Indoor Arena  Warm-Up is under the covered Ramada  Stabling is in the cooled Indoor Arena, Jumbo stalls available  On-line entries through Equestrian Entries ►Free Tack stall for every trainer, owner, or group who bring 4 or more horses◄ For a more information and a prizelist Contact: Rosemary Gordon Pánuco (520) 797-6921

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Member Benefits Arizona Dressage Association (ADA) and Tucson Dressage Club (TDC)

The ADA and TDC are official Group Member Organizations (GMO’s) of the USDF. When you join for $45, ADA and TDC send about half these dues to the USDF to sign you up as a Group Member of your organization. Your GMO membership gives you representation at the national level through one or more ADA delegates who attend the National USDF Convention each year. You can check your GMO Membership Status on the USDF GMO Rosters. Multiple GMO Memerships: Request for Refund of Multiple GMO Dues for up to three GMO’s is also available from the USDF:

https://www.usdf.org/docs/GMOFlash/web/Forms%5CMultipleGMORefund.pdf

ADA/TDC MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS: •

USDF GMO Membership

Discounted rate at ADA/TDC GMO Educational events/clinics (Auditing and participation fees vary from event to event)

Discount in the USDF Store

Discounted rate at USDF events

RESOURCES: •

Monthly issues of ADA Centerline and/or TDC Transitions Newsletters - Keeps members informed on all the latest association activities, local and national dressage news. Members are invited to submit articles, letters, barn news, cartoons, artwork, poetry and especially, your photographs!

10 issues of online USDF Connection

USDF e-News

USDF Member Guide

Access to Members-Only section of USDF website

Full access to e-TRAK, USDF’s online learning center for dressage and equine education

Full access to USDFscores.com, the Official USDF source for the most accurate dressage scores

Access to Members Only section of USDF Website

ELIGIBLE FOR/TO: •

Participate in Year End Awards programs

Participate in AZ State Championships

Compete at USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competitions without paying the USDF non-member fee

Participate in the USDF Rider Award Program (Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal; Gold, Silver and Bronze Freestyle Bar; Master’s Challenge)

Compete in the Adequan/USDF Pas de Deux year-end awards

Earn USDF University Program credit

Representation at the USDF BOG through the GMO delegate

Receive Ruth Arvanette Memorial Fund grant, which funds convention attendance

Eligibility for ‘L’ Education Program

Grants funded by The Dressage Foundation

Discounts with USDF Education Partners

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Trainers Directory DEFINITIONS: Stable is the location where the trainer primarily works. USDF Rating - Qualified Riders’ Award - Four scores of 60% or higher at Training Level Bronze Medal - Six scores of 60% or higher: two at First Level; two at Second Level; two at Third Level Silver Medal - Four scores of 60% or higher: two at Fourth Level; two at Prix St. Georges Gold Medal - Four scores of 60% or higher: two at Intermediare I and/or Intermediare II;two at Grand Prix Level of Training and/or instruction offered according to the trainer Lesson Horses available for giving lessons Travels to other stables for lessons Provides clinics for groups Offers boarding for your horse at his/her training facility Judges: ‘L’ = graduate of USDF learner judges program ‘r’ = USEF Recorded dressage judge

‘R’ = USEF Registered dressage judge

‘S’ = USEF Senior dressage judge

EVNT = USEF Eventing judge

Shows regularly and/or coaches students at shows CPR - Certified by the Red Cross to administer emergency first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitate

*Listing in this directory does not constitute an endorsement by ADA or TDC. Information has been provided by the individuals listed.

Alkin, Jackie Royal Salute ~ 28440 N. 53rd St, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 ~ (480) 585-5950 ~ royalsalute03@yahoo.com USDF Rating - Qualified, Bronze, Silver

Clinic N

Training Levels - Beginner to FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Multiple national, regional and local championships, specializing in Arabians, half-Arabians for Dressage, Sport Horse and Working Hunters. Also has a very successful youth program.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Baker-Shirah, Pat 3482 N. Reed Basin Place, Tucson 85745 ~ M2 Sporthorses ~ 1280 N. Falcon Ridge Dr. Tucson, AZ 85712 ~ (520) 325-2214 (home) ~ (520) 954-5627 (cell) ~ pbsdressage@gmail.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training Through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge ‘r’

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel N

CPR Y

Other: USDF Horse of the Year Awards; Regional Championships; California Association Professional Trainers; Beginners thru FEI level students; all breeds of horses

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Bourghesani, Laura Carefree Farms LLC ~ 36412 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ ~ (602) 320-6613 ~ laura.borghesani@gmail.com Area: Desert Hills, Anthem, Cave Creek, Glendale USDF Rating - N/A

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Young Horses through 2nd Level

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel N

CPR Y

Other: Specialize in teaching balance and confidence in younger horses to prepare them for their careers.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Casati, Cheryl Area: Throughout Arizona, Los Angeles, United Kingdom ~ 2236 Apache, Glendale, AZ 85307 ~ (520) 468-9066 ~ EquiBalanceCentred@fastmail.fm USDF Rating - N/A

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Through Grand Prix

Board N

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: German Riding medal, Licensed Bereiter (Germany), BHSAI (Talland Riding School, UK), Head instructor of the international section of St Georg Reiter Schule in Ramstein , Germany (3 years), Certification in Equine biomechanics, horsemanship, and in-hand work to help educate riders and develop their relationship with their horses, also in-hand development of the correct biomechanics in the horse to make piaffe, passage more fluid and increase strength correctly.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Chandler-Brown, Catherine CB Dressage ~ Area: Scottsdale ~ 2573 W Brilliant Sky Dr., Phoenix ~ (928) 231-9602 (c) ~ thekitcat86@gmail.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Beginner to FEI, All Breeds Welcome

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Many Regional and State Awards, USDF All-Breeds Award, Top Year-End Awards with ADA. Quality training available in the Scottsdale area.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Clement, Colleen Dressage in the Desert ~ 1915 W JC Ranch Road, Saint David, AZ 85630 ~ (520) 678-5081 ~ colleen@dressageinthedesert.com ~ http://www.dressageinthedesert.com/ USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Fourth Level

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: Over 40 years of teaching and training. Open jumpers and Eventing background. As well as dressage. Studied and trained with Charles de Kunffy as a rider and instructor for 30 years. 10 years of teachingUnited States Pony Club. A life time of helping riders to help their horses. FEI. School master lesson horse available Lunge lessons for improvement of riders seat and aides. All lesson horses dressage trained. Theory sessions to understand the biomechanics of riding dressage. Dressage Court with full wall of mirrors. Pixio videoing lessons. Wireless headset communication for easy to hear lessons. Beginners welcomed!

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Cohn, Jenny CC Farms ~ 7500 N. 181st Ave., Waddell, AZ 85355 ~ (623) 935-3267ofc ~ (602) 540-1053 cell ~ ccfarms3@aol.com ~ West Phoenix USDF Rating - Bronze Medal

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Through Fourth

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge L Graduate

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: Fun Barn. Boarding, great footing, mirrors, great clinicians, work with many breeds and young horses.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Doty, Kristy Kemah Farms ~ Camp Verde, AZ 85331 ~ (623) 910-1782 ~ kristy@kemahfarms.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Young Horse-FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: Pasture Retirement Boarding

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Eikel-Baughman, Nathalie Baughman Ranch ~ 6630 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd ,Glendale, AZ 85310 ~ (480) 231-4587 ~ feelgoodriding@yahoo.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Intro through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge L Graduate*

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: Awarded FN Bronze Medal for dressage and jumping and FN Silver Medal for jumping in Germany

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Irbinskas, Heather Irbinskas Training Stables, Inc. ~ 16685 Yucca Ash Farm Rd, Sonoita, AZ 85637 ~ Cell: (520) 444-2460 ~ snpbak@aol.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board N

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Jackson, Cyndi To The Max Dressage ~ Chaparosa Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ ~ (602) 689-0952 ~ cynditothemax@gmail.com ~ https://ToTheMaxDressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through GP

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge Y, L Graduate with Distinction

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: Have won many ADA, state and regional awards and championships at various levels, and attended three

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National Championships (FEI Young Horse and Festival of Champions). Have trained with Christine Traurig, Steffen Peters, Charlotte Bredahl-Baker, and other US Team members . Graduated from the L Program with distinction. Have coached Junior/Young Riders, and helped numerous riders attain their USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medals.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Jolliffe-Andel, Laurie Blue Banner ~ 10124 N Sawgrass Dr., Oro Valley, AZ 85737~ (215) 771-2816 ~ exceldressage@gmail.com ~ USDF Rating - Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through GP

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: Grand Prix school horse available for lessons and one 4th level horse available for lessons.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Krajenke, Tracey K. Equus Dressage LLC ~ Sage Mountain Equestrian Center ~ 28345 N 84th Street, Scottsdale, AZ ~ (602) 793-5838 (Cell) ~ EquusDressagellc@gmail.com ~ www.equusdressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Winner of multiple USDF/USEF and Arizona Dressage Association awards. Four time winner of the Mid-West Dressage Association medal. Recipient of the Cameo FEI Award and Rider of the Year Award presented by the Arizona Dressage Association. Experience as a coach at NAJYRC. Also, accepting Western Dressage Clients. Please go to http://www.equusdressage.com for more information.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Kruglick, Janice Twin Acres School of Riding ~ 6407 E. Cactus Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 ~ School (602) 867-2215 ~ (602) 309-8953 ~ ridetwinacres@ aol.com ~ www.twinacresriding.com USDF Rating - Qualified Rider

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Through Fourth Level

Board Y with Training

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: British Horse Instructor

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ O’Hara, Bobbie Lynn Bobbie Lynn Dressage ~ Bellisima Ranch ~ 38232 N. 29th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85086 ~ (602) 826-9923 ~ bldressage@yahoo.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver Medal Bellisima Ranch

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: 2006 NAYRC Gold and Silver Medalist, and several local and national awards

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Paglia, Paula Paula Paglia Dressage ~ 29292 N 78th Street, Scottsdale, AZ ~ (480) 695-4581 ~ pagliawest@gmail.com ~ www. PaulaPagliaDressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold Medal

Clinic Y

Level: Training - Through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Have trained young riders on Bronze, Silver and Gold medal teams. Available for European shopping trips.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Parker, Jennifer Agape Dressage ~ Milagro Riding Club, 9045 N. Verch Way, Tucson 85704 ~ Willow Woods, 3312 N. Riverbend Circle East, Tucson 85750 ~ (520) 539-9293 ~ jpagape@comcast.net USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge L Graduate with Distinction

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel N

CPR Y

Numerous awards at Regionals and two-time National Champion at US Arabian Nationals, has coached several riders to their Bronze, Silver and Gold USDF medals and at NAJYRC. Specializing in importation and sales of horses from Spain. Degree in Special Education and Rehabilitation, willing to work with riders with special needs.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Patterson, Shari Patterson Training LLC ~ Patterson Farms: 272 S. Sprague Dr., Star Valley, AZ 85541 ~ (928) 978-4478 (m) ~ fireponies@gmail.com ~ www. pattersonfarmsinc.com USDF Rating - Bronze and Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training to FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: BS in Equine Science from Colorado State University. Sales in dressage horses and hunter/jumpers.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Rector, Shirley Nag’s Head Farm ~ 7300 N Snow Bowl Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 ~ (602) 708-1068 ~ AZDRider@gmail.com USDF Rating - Gold

Clinic: Y

Training Levels - Beginner through GP

Board : Y; Limited by Arrangement

Lesson Horses: N

Judge: Y

Covered Arena: N

Show: Y

Travel: Y

CPR: N

Other: “S” Judge; Long listed for Olympics and Pan Am Games, Former Int II National Champion.

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Rehberg-Sparks, Ulrike “Gina” High Mountain Dressage ~ Prescott (Williamson Valley) ~ 7270 Race Track Road, Prescott, AZ 86305 ~ (928) 533-3693 Gina@ HighMountainDressage.com ~ www.HighMountainDressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR Y

Other: A+ boarding and dressage training facility.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Riddell, Wendy Ride-N-Rock Ranch ~ Paradise Valley, AZ 85250 ~ (602) 616-8771 ~ wr@ridenrockranch.com USDF Rating: Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic: Y

Level Train: Training through Grand Prix

Board : Y

Lesson Horses: N

Judge: N

Covered Arena: N

Show: Y

Travel: Y

CPR: Y

Other: Wendy Riddell is a USDF bronze, silver and gold medalist. She competed in her first Grand Prix at the age of 18, and has since competed Grand Prix successfully on four different horses, one of whom she trained to Grand Prix from the age of three. As a young rider, Wendy competed five times at the North American Young Rider Championships, placing first in the Team Test and earning her team a bronze medal, with a 7th place individual finish. She is also a past recipient of the Asmis Grant from the United States Equestrian Federation to train and compete abroad, and spent a year as a working student with Johann Hinnemann. She has won numerous State and Regional Championships.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Rich, Teri Carefree Dressage ~ PO Box 739, Carefree, AZ 85377 ~ (928) 978-0797 work ~ (928) 978-0797 cell ~ terisforte@gmail.com ~ https://www.carefreedressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board N

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: BS Equestrian Studies, State and Regional Championships, Gladstone Festival of Champions, 4 years on Developing Rider’s List, National Young Horse Championships, Coach at NAJRYC and Gladstone. Available to travel for clinics or lessons at your barn.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Rogers, Beverly Beverly Rogers Dressage ~ Bellisima Ranch ~ 29211 N. 53rd St. Cave Creek, AZ 85331 ~ (480) 363-8327 (m) blrnutsie@aol.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge ‘S’

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: USEF ‘S’ Dressage Judge

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Schreiber, Cathy Adamcin Equestrian Ctr, Blue Banner Farm ~ 655 W. Calle Concordia, Tucson, AZ 85704 ~ (520) 272-3355 ~ cmilagrodressage@aol. com USDF Rating - Scores Toward Bronze & Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Through Third, jumping, trail, and PATH

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: Lake Erie College, BHSAI, USPC “A”,PATH cert, Masterson Method Bodywork

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Trout, Cori CERT Horsemanship ~ 26025 S. Hawes Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142 ~ (480) 694-8396 ~ cori@troutscorral.com ~ http://www.certhorsemanship.com USDF Rating - ARIA Level II

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Introductory through Third Level

Board N

Lesson Horses Y

Judge N

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR N

Other: Cori Trout has been working with horses professionally since 2003. She became certified through the American Riding Instructor’s Association in 2010 and currently holds ARIA’s Level II certification in Dressage, Recreational Riding, and Driving. Has experience with a variety of breeds from Arabs, Quarter horses, and Thoroughbreds to Fjords, Haflingers and Drafts.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Sodowsky, Julie Julie Sodowsky Dressage ~ Winter Rose Equestrian Center, 6740 E. Jomax Rd., Scottsdale 85266 ~ (602) 363-0664 ~ jsodowsky@cox.net ~ www.juliesodowskydressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge ‘R’ Dressage Judge

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

USEF Licensed Official USEF R Dressage Judge Other: Has placed 28 times in USDF Horse of Year Awards and placed over 100 times in USDF All Breeds Awards. Trained and shown Canadian and US National Champion Arabs, and multiple Regional Champions.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Stine-Masek, Eleanor Rancho Del Corazon ~ 16075 W. Silverbell Rd, Marana, AZ 85653 ~ Tucson and Phoenix Metro by appointment (520) 405-8886 (m) ~ esmranchdq55@gmail.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold!

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board N

Lesson Horses Y

Judge S Senior Dressage Judge

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

Other: Tucson area barns; Phoenix and Scottsdale by appointment. Horsemanship clinics for all disciplines

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Torres, Juan Lopez Winter Rose Equestrian Center, 6740 E. Jomax Rd., Scottsdale 85266 ~ (602) 363-4771 ~ juanlopeztorres@cox.net ~ www.juliesodowskydressage.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Specializes in improving rider position. Shows Irish Draughts and Baroque breeds. Also Shows Sport Horses in hand.

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Vlatten-Schmitz, Dorie Central Arizona Riding Academy ~ 41655 N. Kenworthy Rd, San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 ~ (480) 580-0634 cell ~ dvschmitz@msn.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Beginner through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge ‘S’

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR Y

Other: USEF ‘S’ Dressage Judge/USEF, ‘r’ Sport Horse Judge, USDF ‘L’ Faculty, American Hanoverian Society Mare and Stallion Committee, American Hanoverian Young Breeder Chairman, Arizona Young Breeder Contact

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Whittington, Lois Lois Whittington Dressage ~ 5814 E Red Bird Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85266 ~ (480) 510-3628 (cell) ~ whittingtonla@aol.com ~ www. loiswhittingtondressage.com USDF Rating - Silver

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through FEI

Board Y

Lesson Horses Y

Judge Yes - L Graduate with Distinction

Covered Arena N

Show Y

Travel Y

CPR Y

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Yacobucci, Kim Horseshoe Springs, Inc. ~ 28635 N. 53rd Street, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 ~ cell (602) 370-4039 ~ kjyhss@aol.com USDF Rating - Bronze, Silver, Gold

Clinic Y

Training Levels - Training through Grand Prix

Board Y

Lesson Horses N

Judge N

Covered Arena Y

Show Y

Travel N

CPR N

Other: Has won many state and regional. Also competed FEI at Nationals in Kentucky and Festival of Champions in New Jersey.

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L GRADUATES * Indicates Graduated with Distinction & Current on CE/Safe Sport **Indicates Working on C.E. or Safe Sport completion Jenny Cohn*

Carole J Haney*

Susan Parrish, PhD

Waddell, AZ

Gilbert, AZ

Tucson, AZ

(623) 935-3267

(480) 221-6992

(520) 744-9895

ccfarms3@aol.com

Parrish6@earthlink.net

Theresa Hunt Michell Combs* Peoria, AZ (602) 689-7866 michellcombs@hotmail.com

Valerie Crail** Cave Creek, AZ (480) 585-5793 vscrail@gmail.com

Nathalie Eikel-Baughman* Phoenix, AZ (480) 231-4587 feelgoodriding@yahoo.com

Cynthia Ganem* Phoenix, AZ cgasylum@cox.net

Missy Gilliland Glendale, AZ (602) 510-4363 missygilliland1@qmail.com

Chandler, AZ (480) 747-2424

Dorie Vlatten-Schmitz*

hunterry8@gmail.com

L Faculty San Tan Valley, AZ

Cynthia (Cyndi) Jackson

(480) 580-0634

Glendale, AZ (602) 689-0952 Cynditothemax@gmail.com

Sarah Lindsten

Lois Whittington* Scottsdale, AZ (480) 510-3628 whittingtonla@aol.com

Cave Creek, AZ hisedona@yahoo.com (480) 586-7103

Jennifer Parker ** Tucson, AZ (520) 696-9629 jenniferparker@agapedressage.com

Mary Jane Parmentier Gilbert, AZ (480) 510-8262 MJB.Parmentier@cox.net

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USEF Membership App

□ RUSH – $30 Completion within 3 business days after all necessary paperwork and correct payment amount is received.

SAVE MONEY

2020 USEF MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

SAVE $5 when you elect auto renewal and your 2021 membership auto-renews. See back for details.

The effective date of membership is the date on which the application and correct dues are received by the USEF office (exceptions see USEF Rule Book). To be eligible for USEF Awards including the USEF Horse of the Year Program, you must be an Active or Life Member and USHJA Active Member (if applicable). By submitting this application, you agree all information is correct and you agree to abide by all USEF rules and the policies contained in the Safe Sport Policy.

1. UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION MEMBERSHIP

6. UPDATE PERSONAL/CONTACT INFORMATION

A. USEF COMPETING MEMBERSHIP Competing members are those individuals who are eligible to participate in USEF Licensed Competitions as an owner, rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, agent, coach, trainer, competition manager, or competition secretary or serving as a USEF committee member (exceptions found in USEF Rule Book).

□ 3-YEAR ACTIVE

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Active Membership is effective for 36 months from the start date.

□ 1-YEAR ACTIVE

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Active Membership is effective for 12 months from the start date.

□ LIFE MEMBER (no expiration date)

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B. FAN MEMBERSHIP (NON-COMPETING) Support the Sport & Receive Member Perks If you own a horse(s) competing at USEF Licensed Competitions, you must have a Competing Membership, Section A above.

□ 1-YEAR FAN MEMBERSHIP

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USEF Fan Membership is effective for 12 months from the start date.

2. OPTIONAL USEF MEMBER INSURANCE Members in Section A or B are eligible to purchase this coverage.

□ Excess Personal liability/AD&D insurance - Under 18yrs old* □ Excess Personal liability/AD&D insurance - 18yrs old and over*

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The coverage benefits for USEF Members in good standing who purchase the coverage begin when your membership is processed and your dues and fees are paid in full. The coverage ends 12 months later. *See USEF General Information on reverse side.

REQUIRED

3. DATE OF BIRTH (MM/DD/YY):

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TITLE: □ Mr. □ Mrs. □ Ms. □ Miss □ Other NAME: ADDRESS: CITY, STATE, ZIP: PHONE: MOBILE: E-MAIL: U.S. CITIZEN: □YES □NO IF NO, WHAT COUNTRY?

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UNITED STATES HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP

7.

In order to compete as a rider, trainer, owner, or his/her agent(s) at non-breed restricted USEF-licensed competitions in any Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Jumper or Hunter Seat Equitation classes, a person must be an Active/Competing member of the USHJA. (Exceptions found in USEF Rule Book)

□ USHJA 3-YEAR ACTIVE (competing membership)

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□ USHJA ACTIVE MEMBER (competing membership)

$85

□ USHJA LIFE MEMBER (no expiration) □ USHJA ASSOCIATE (non-competing membership)

$1,500

(Effective for 36 months from the start date) (Effective for 12 months from the start date)

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8. MEMBERSHIP CARD

□ I do not need a hard copy card and will access the online card.

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Please designate a primary breed/discipline affiliation. Please designate the primary breed/ discipline affiliation as (1). You may also select a secondary choice as (2). EXAMPLE: Eventing 1 Para-Equestrian 2

Every member is required to check the appropriate box denoting their status in the sport, and sign below (see status information on reverse side):

Andalusian/Lusitano

Arabian/Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian

Combined Driving

Connemara

Dressage

English Pleasure

Eventing

Friesian

Jumper

Morgan

Parade

Paso Fino

Saddle Seat

Shetland

Vaulting

Endurance

Hackney

National Show Horse Reining

Carriage Driving_____

Driving

Roadster

Hunter

Para-Equestrian Saddlebred

Welsh

Western

Western Dressage

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□ Owner □ Rider □ Breeder □ Trainer □ Coach □ Licensed Official □ Intercollegiate □ Other___________________________________ Breed/Discipline Affiliation: Organization _____________________ Member #___________________

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PROFESSIONAL

please complete JUNIOR *Parent/Guardian section below

Junior (individuals who have not yet reached their 18th birthday on 12/1/2019) By signing below, I (or parent/guardian if under 18 years of age) certify that the above status selected is appropriate per GR 1306 and have read and agree to be bound by the Forum Selection Clause, Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification (on the reverse side of this form).

(Sign in ink) Parent/Guardian name (please print): Parent/Guardian email: Please note that your Application will not be processed unless all required information is completed. Membership fees are Non-Refundable.

PAYMENT (Total of 1A or 1B, 2, and 7) Do not send cash. $

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SAFE SPORT

PRIVACY INFORMATION

By submitting this application, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the Federation’s Safe Sport Policy and US Center for Safe Sport’s Code, which can be viewed at usef.org

UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION MISSION STATEMENT To provide access to and increase participation in Equestrian Sports at all levels by ensuring fairness, safety, and enjoyment.

USEF GENERAL INFORMATION The insurance coverage entitles you to $1 million in Excess Personal liability insurance for horserelated accidents that cause bodily injury or property damage to third parties. In addition, you are entitled to personal accident insurance that insures you for death or permanent disability resulting from horse-related accidents. The benefit amount is determined by where the accident occurred and the result, with a maximum benefit of $35,000. This insurance is not prorated and is non-refundable. By submitting this application, you agree that all information is correct and you agree to abide by all USEF rules. You can view the entire USEF Rule Book on our website, usef.org.

For the convenience of our members, we now offer the ability to opt into automatic renewal for any memberships listed in your MyUSEF account. Visit usef.org for details.

ATHLETE LETTERING PROGRAM Members in Grades 5-12 are eligible to participate in the US Equestrian Lettering Program. For information visit usef.org.

USHJA GENERAL INFORMATION As a USHJA member, you have access to educational and competitive programs, as well as sport governance. The USHJA aims to keep its members informed through the USHJA In Stride magazine ($9 value), email newsletters and other resources, all of which are benefits included in your membership fee. By submitting this application you agree to abide by all USEF rules. The USHJA offers memberships to suit every equestrian’s need. Visit ushja.org/membership for more information on World Championship Hunter Rider, Outreach, Affiliate, and Collegiate memberships.

MEMBER PERKS As a USEF member, you’ll reap the rewards all year long with the Member Perks Free Enrollment Program featuring a special collection of companies that support equestrian sport. See current Member Perks list at usef.org.

UNITED STATES OLYMPIC & PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE REQUESTED INFORMATION The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee is required to submit data to Congress and the President concerning the participation of women, individuals with disabilities, and racial and ethnic minorities in the amateur athletic and administration activities of national governing bodies. As a result, we have included the following questions so that we may fulfill our required reporting to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee. This data is for analysis only. Submission is voluntary. Failure to supply this information will not jeopardize or adversely affect your membership status with USEF. The following categories are defined and named by the U.S. Government.

Please check one: Race / National Origin (check all that apply):

□ American Indian or Alaskan Native □ Asian □ Black/African America (not of Hispanic origin) □ Hispanic or Latino □ Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander □ White (not of Hispanic origin) □ Two or More Races □ Unknown □ Other: I elect not to identify my racial origin or ethnicity. Disability Status: Are you an individual with a mental or physical disability?

Gender:

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AMATEUR/PROFESSIONAL STATUS To compete in amateur classes or divisions at USEF Licensed Competitions, you are required to check the Amateur box in Section 9 and confirm that you have not engaged in any activities described in GR1306.4 (Amateur Rule) of the USEF Rule Book. Please Note: Any individual who has signed as or acted as a Professional with the USEF is required to complete the amateur reinstatement process in the USEF Rules prior to competing in any amateur classes or divisions (see GR1307.9).

FORUM SELECTION CLAUSE By submitting and signing this membership application, I hereby acknowledge and agree that any court action must be brought solely and exclusively in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York or in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, to the exclusion of the courts of any other jurisdiction.

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□ Male

Military Veteran:

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Furthermore, I acknowledge and agree that if the Federation prevails in a lawsuit brought against it by me, or on behalf of my minor child or a minor over whom I am legal guardian, the Federation shall be entitled to recover its costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, incurred in connection with such action. Such payment must be made within thirty (30) days following the court’s order approving the amount of recovery.

FEDERATION RELEASE FEDERATION RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, WAIVER AND INDEMNIFICATION. THIS SECTION WAIVES IMPORTANT LEGAL RIGHTS. READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING. I AGREE in consideration for my participation in any and all Federation licensed and/or endorsed competitions to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” as used herein includes all United States Equestrian Federation licensed officials, officers, competition licensees, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers, and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in competitions with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and competitions involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at competitions. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching, and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at any competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation. BY SIGNING IN SECTION 9 ON PAGE ONE, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification Agreement.

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USDF Membership App

ϮϬϮϬDĞŵďĞƌƐŚŝƉƉƉůŝĐĂƚŝŽŶ The 2020 USDF membership year begins December 1, 2019 and ends November 30, 2020. After December 1, the effective date of membership is the date the form and correct dues are received in the USDF office. Please complete this form and mail or fax it to the USDF office. Applications can also be submitted online at www.usdf.org. Applications submitted online will be processed the following business day. Only members who renew by June 1, 2020 are guaranteed a hardcopy of the 2020 USDF Member Guide. Name (please print)

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✓ Only members renewed by December 31st will receive the Yearbook. ✓ USDF Group Membership (GM) can be obtained by joining a USDF Group Member Organization (GMO). A complete listing of GMOs can be found online at www.usdf.org. ✓ USDF Business Membership (BM) applies to ownership requirements only. Business members can own horses but cannot compete as riders with a USDF BM.

MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS 1-Year Participating - $90 1-Year Youth Participating - $72

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5-Year Participating - $360 Lifetime Participating - $1800 Business - $240 Tax-deductible gift to the Circle of Friends

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