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Issue 8, 2013

NODA News Northern Ohio Dressage Association

Cover: Pictured is NODA Professional Mary Armstrong on her own Gatsby. She was recently awarded a NODA Grant to attend the Instructor Certification Program Rider Workshop, August 3 and 4. Story on page 8 The Dressage Foundation Awards Education Grant to NODA, page 6 July 7, Schooling Show Results, page 11 Western Dressage Update, page 15 Notice of Upcoming Officer Elections, page 21

Greetings from the President Robyn Ambrose, and to Show Secretary Mary Lou Gallagher, who bravely took on the on-line entry process for the first time for NODA’s shows.

2013 NODA Executive Board

Thank you to all our Sponsors and Advertisers. We sincerely appreciate your continued support and, like our volunteers, couldn’t exist as we do without you. We hope that whenever possible, our members support those who support NODA.

President Dee Liebenthal 330-562-8455 Vice President Niki Sackman Treasurer Jennifer Kick 440-487-1925 Secretary Patti Valencic Parliamentarian Dale Lappert 330-527-4683

Directors at Large Alice Brightup Barb Soukup Kathy Kirchner 330-995-6010 Gail Patton 440-442-5256 Mary Dana Prescott 440-256-8858

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Dee Liebenthal and Rens


ear Noda Members,

July has come and gone and so have the 2013 NODA Recognized Horse Shows. I was unable to attend again this year because of scheduled vacation, but when I had access to Wi-Fi, I was able to monitor some of the goings on. The weather was pretty ugly Saturday morning. Thank you to all participants and volunteers who worked with show management so that things could run as smoothly as possible. Linda Cooley posted reports from the show on our website and requested that competitors and attendees please forward comments to our show chair, Niki Sackman at . Please feel free to send feedback about your show experience, both constructive as well as complimentary. We can’t improve if we don’t know what should be improved, and we want to keep doing what we are doing right. A big thank you goes out to the Recognized Show Committee. We couldn’t do this without them. We so appreciate Karen Eisenhauer and her super crew of volunteers; Mary Armstrong, who took on responsibility for the Sponsors and Advertisers this year; and the Committee, chaired by Niki Sackman, who kept everything together and oversaw all that happened. Thank you also goes to the Officials, John and

Many of you won’t read this letter until you receive it in your mailbox, and by that time our Instructor Certification Workshop #2, Riding, with Bailey Cook at Topline Stables in Aurora, will also have come and gone. I hope that many of you were able to attend as auditors. We included lunch this time with the audit fee, and 4 NODA bucks were worth $20 toward the full cost of the weekend. The last date to preregister to audit was July26th. When I checked in with the committee around the 22nd, there were 4 auditors signed up. I hope that more people took advantage of this opportunity in the days that followed. The third workshop, Teaching, will be held at LEC Equestrian Center October 26 and 27. It will be conducted by Vickie Hammers O’Neil. We hope you will be able to join us. We are thrilled to report that we were approved for up to a $500 educational grant from Region 2 to help cover the costs of this second workshop. Adding to the good news, The Dressage Foundation approved a grant to help cover the costs of the third workshop in October. We are very pleased and appreciative that these two organizations are willing to help us fund the Instructor Certification Program. We also thank Bernie Moauro for writing both of the grants. Our Education Committee, Bernie and Marcia Doyle, do such a good job. If you are interested in joining the fun on the Education Committee, please contact Bernie at or Marcia at

2013 Committees Communications Correspondence Secretary: Rosemary Rufo 330-527-7836 Newsletter Editors: Layout/Content: Elizabeth Bross 814-881-2786 Advertising/Content: Mosie Welch 330-618-5838 Review/Editing: Sharon Lewis Classifieds: Jill Voigt 216-346-2811 Webmaster and Facebook: Linda Cooley 440-941-6269 External Relations: Lisa Gorretta 440-543-8682

Educational Programs Co-chairs: Marcia Doyle 330-562-8456 Berni Moauro 330-467-0619

Membership & Handbook Chair: Fran Cverna 440-834-1774 Junior & Young Rider Liaison: Lauren Hunter 812-655-0375 Member Liaison: Kathy Kirchner 330-995-6010 Professional Liaison: Mary Dana Prescott 440-256-8858

Historical Historian: Lora Burgess 440-554-6736 NODA News 2013 page 3

Competitions Recognized Show Chair: Niki Sackman Manager: Robyn Ambrose 440-858-2164 Show Secretary: Mary Lou Gallagher 216-251-7469 Volunteer Coordinator: Karen Eisenhauer 330-220-4705 Sponsors/Advertising: Mary Armstrong 440-289-7265

Schooling Show Chair: Kara Maruszak 440-655-9376 Show Secretary: Jennifer Tulleners 440-213-6685 Volunteer Coordinator: Gail Patton 440-442-5256

Year-End Banquet Chair: Carol Cassano 216-272-185

Awards Chair: Janeen Langowski-Grava 440-666-6182

Newsletter Advertisers Gold Level Show Sponsor Big Dee’s Silver Level Show Sponsor Shade Tree Farm with Stein Equine Buckeye Horse Park Buckeye Nutrition Cleveland Plumbing Industry CMP Equine Transport Cross Winds Farm Equestrian Pursuits Massage by Mosie Welch

Grand Haven Stable Havensafe Farm Mary Armstrong Dressage North Crest Equestrian Center Poulin Dressage Rivendel Farm Saddles 101 Schneider Saddlery

NODA’s Board welcomes all comments and opinions regarding NODA activities, shows and policies. Please contact member liaison Kathy Kirchner. Monthly board meetings are held the second Monday of each month from 7 to 9 pm at Panera Bread, 6130 Kruse Drive in Solon. Members are welcome to attend. See monthly calendar for details as on occasion the location of the meeting

The Dressage Foundation The Visiting Vet Topline Stables United States Dressage Federation Valley Riding, Inc. Willow Creek Veterinary Service Woodwind Farm

Please don’t forget about our need for volunteers, especially for the Banquet Committee. One person has stepped up and offered to help, and we are thankful. We still have multiple positions open on the Banquet Committee. Please see more information in this issue of the NODA News and on our website, You may also contact Kathy Kirchner at

NODA’s Annual Open Meeting – September 9th, Topline Stables at 6:30PM. This will be your last opportunity to offer nominations from the floor to elect officers for NODA for 2014 & 2015. The membership will be electing President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and five Directors at Large. Join us for a pot luck supper (bring a dish to share). There will be a short business meeting, nominations from the floor, and a presentation on saddle fitting by Heather Soones-Booher, Saddles 101, LLC. If you are interested in running for office or want to nominate someone and can’t attend, please contact Dale Lappert,

I am extremely pleased to let everyone know that Niki Sackman, NODA VP and Recognized Show Chair, has been selected by The Dressage Foundation to be their Ohio Representative. As you may remember, not very long ago Niki was awarded a training grant from the Dressage Foundation. Since then she has been working closely with them and was instrumental in NODA adding The Dressage Welcome August, Foundation Sponsored Class to the Recognized Shows. Dee Liebenthal, President Niki also makes sure we are always on top of what is available through this very wonderful organization. Please watch for the official press release with more information. We are very proud to have Niki as a member of NODA. She is perfect for the assignment. Congratulations!!!

Elizabeth Juliano and HAVENSAFE FARM

Congratulations To All The Competitors Riding In Dressage 2013 & Dressage 2013 Encore!

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Middlefield, Ohio and Wellington, Florida

With Appreciation to Our Sponsors

Dressage 2013 and Dressage 2013 Encore NODA’s USDF/USEF Recognized Shows

Gold Level Big Dee’s Silver Level Shade Tree Farm Competitor’s Party Sponsor HavenSafe Farm, Betsy Juliano Weekend Ring Sponsors Schneider Saddlery Valley Riding, Inc. Woodwind Farm, Kinney Corporation Daily Ring Sponsors Cleveland Plumbing Industry Equestrian Pursuits, Massage by Mosie Welch These Businesses Support and Sponsor Dressage Please Support These Businesses! NODA News 2013 page 5

The Dressage Foundation Has Awarded NODA an Education Grant


ODA’s Education Committee is please to announce that the committee has applied for and received a grant from the Dressage Foundation to help defray the costs of putting on the USDF Instructor/Trainer Certification Program Workshop scheduled for October, 2013. The Autumn workshop is the third in a series coordinated by NODA’s Education Committee in 2013 and will focus on Teaching. The first workshop targeted lunging the horse as well as lunge lessons for the dressage rider and the second focused on riding. All three workshops stress the importance of applying the Pyramid of Training. The Teaching Workshop will take place on October 26 and 27 at Lake Erie College’s, George M. Humphrey Equestrian Center. USDF faculty member Vickie Hammers O’Neil will be providing instruction and critique of the eight participating instructors. Auditors of all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. Auditors will have the opportunity to ask questions at designated times. The USDF Instructor/Trainer Certification Program, Teaching

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Workshop is sponsored by both NODA and Lake Erie College. Those interested in participating in the Teaching Workshop may contact NODA’s very active Education Committee, Marcia Doyle and Berni Moauro, also coordinated the well attended USEF Dressage Rider Test Program Clinic at Lake Erie College in February 2013. The Northern Ohio Dressage Association would like to thank The Dressage Foundation for their support of this educational program. The Dressage Foundation’s mission is “to cultivate and provide financial support for the advancement of dressage.” Their programs provide grants to professionals, adult amateurs, young riders, breeders, judges, and entities sponsoring education programs. To find out more or to make a donation to The Dressage Foundation, please see

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NODA Member Professional, Mary Armstrong, receives a NODA Grant to Attend the August Riding Workshop


ary Armstrong applied for and received a $200 grant from NODA to attend the Instructor Certification Program, Riding Workshop on August 3 and 4 at Topline Stables. A NODA member since 1984, Mary has scribed, been on the NODA Board as Secretary, and most recently is the 2013 Recognized Show Sponsorship and Advertising Chair.

work or school life. She is eager to provide support and help others develop strategies that make it possible to achieve their goals in the sport of dressage. She is happy to work with students who just enjoy their horse on trails or in the ring, but is also available to help if you simply want to have a pleasant ride or try your hand at Western Dressage.

Mary is a long-time rider and supporter of dressage and has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals. She has competed through Grand Prix and says she’s learned a lot from the horses she has ridden and trained along the way. Many were not “dressage horses,” but off-the-track Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses. Not all of the horses were easy, Mary admits, but “they can teach you many lessons and be competitive if you have the right support system. Gaits and a good mind are great to have, but the rider still has to develop the skills necessary to train the horse to be a willing partner and have some fun along the way.”

Mary was asked to fill in as the Head Dressage Instructor at Findlay College from March through May of 2013. While she has worked with other adult amateurs along the way, her experience at Findlay College allowed her to provide a long-term plan for young riders at all levels and really focus on each student’s learning style and what they needed to accomplish in order to improve their riding. Some of the students rode Mary’s FEI horse, Gatsby, in order to feel straightness, tempi changes, piaffe and passage. Galvanized in the knowledge that she has something unique to offer the dressage student, Mary is participating in NODA’s USDF Instructor Trainer Certification Program Workshops in order to become a USDF Certified Instructor.

Mary came up through the levels as an adult amateur while running a business and raising a family, so she feels uniquely qualified to teach and encourage other young riders and amateurs juggling a busy and active family,

Congratulations to Mary Armstrong on receiving this grant! NODA is pleased to support professional members in furthering their education. Mary Armstrong is a freelance Dressage Instructor and Trainer. She can be reached at 440-289-7265 and you can find out more about her experience, education, and all about Gatsby at her website

Mary Armstrong Competing Gatsby Phelps Photography NODA News 2013 page 8

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A Professional Grant is available up to $200 for a NODA Professional Member Participating in the Instructor/Trainer Program: Workshop #3, Teaching October 26 and 27, 2013

Applicant Requirements  You must be a “professional” horseperson as defined by the current USEF rule book.  You must be a NODA member in good standing at the time of application. Questions? Call Mary Dana at 440-256-8858 One grant will be awarded for each workshop in 2013, however a professional may receive the grant ONLY ONCE in 2013

From Our Members...

Hello! Co-editor Mosie Welch here, with her sweet Mare, Sietske (Seat-ska) walking about in the heat and humidity at Grand Haven Stable on Saturday, July 6 getting acclimated for Sietske’s very first Schooling Show on July 7. Her first time off the farm and my first show since 2009. She took care of me and we had a great time. Thanks to all the great volunteers who were so positive in the face of our (MY) show jitters. I should have been this relaxed on show day! We are working on the judges comments and will be back soon. Photo by Denis Osowski. NODA News 2013 page 10

Apply in writing to:

NODA Board c/o Mary Dana Prescott Cloverfield Farm 9445 Metcalf Road Willoughby, OH 44094

Include:  WHY you should receive the grant for the Instructor/Trainer Riding Workshop?  HOW you have been active in NODA and for how long?  SHARE how you will help other members gain from your experience (lecture, clinic, or article).

July 7, 2013 Show Results NODA Schooling Show at Grand Haven Stable Intro Level High Point Yr: Caroline Hahn riding Proud Foot's Epiphany, 78.937% AA: Janice Boehm riding Jenn's Second Chance, 71.875% Western Dressage Basic 1 (C) Knight 1 Ashton Yarosh Hot Java Gaited Dressage Test A (C) Knight 1 Judy Jacobsen Lady's Courageous Champ Gaited Dressage TestB (C) Knight 1 Judy Jacobsen Lady's Courageous Champ Para Dressage Team Test (C) Knight 1 Laura Goldman Buckeye Training 1 Open (C) Knight 1 Amy Craig Jessica NHH 2 Peggi Ignagni MRF Bello di Notte 3 Linda Grose His Majesty's Adagio 4 Trisha Knight Holy Toledo Training 1 Open (C) Knight 1 Jacquelin Nadler Naji 2 Emily Bluedorn Jackies Packin' 3 Karen Thurm-Ferreri Valerie 4 Helen Welch Django Unchained 5 Rachel Caracci Anikan Intro B Open (C) Knight 1 Caroline Hahn Proud Foot's Epiphany 2 Rachel Caracci Anikan 3 Evelyn Tyner Bur-Dal-Chaos 4 Kelley Gillett Zoros Huracan 5 Mosie Welch Sietske 6 Kris Ropp Buckeye Intro B Novice AA (C) Knight 1 Janice Boehm Jenn's Second Chance 2 Gina Ash Grenadine Intro B Novice YR (C) Knight 1 Noelle Ignagni MRF Bello di Notte 2 Rachel Gould Sir Fuji 3 Cassandra Hauck Incandenscence 4 Miranda Knight Holy Toledo Walk Trot Equitation (C) Knight 1 Noelle Ignagni MRF Bello di Notte Training 2 Novice (C) Knight 1 Richard Tyner Tenacious D 2 Evelyn Tyner Hall of Fame 3 Karen Puchalsky Siren 4 Celeste Bentley Ruby 5 Kathi Agens Oliver Woodman Training 3 Open (C) Knight 1 Tara Kilburg Wrangell Zephyr 2 Jacqueline Nadler Oliver Twist 3 Jennifer Hall-Channell Cantata 4 Kimber Mackenzie Incandenscence 5 Becky Kirk Oreo Blizzard 6 Michelle Vonk Crusader Creek

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64.838% 74.736% 71.500% 62.173% 70.833% 66.666+% 66.666% 61.250% 74.166% 65.000% 64.166% 62.916% 56.250% 78.125% 69.325% 68.750% 65.000% 62.500% 59.375% 71.875% 66.250% 73.125% 73.125% 69.375% 65.625% 85.000% 63.928% 63.571% 62.142% 52.500% 47.857% 72.400% 68.800% 67.200% 66.800% 63.200% 61.600%

Training or Higher Division High Point Yr: Becky Kirk riding Oreo Blizzard, 67.500% AA: Tara Kilburg riding Wrangell Zephyr, 72.400% Training 3 Open (C) Knight 1 Anne McClintock Ghizmo 2 Deb Winkler Morante 3 Tina Brown Princess Gothic 4 Kim Shepard Casey's Artful Treasure 5 Kelly Marie Maseth Spanish Tempo 6 Alexandria Gainer Rubinyo's Star First Level 2 Open (C) Knight 1 Elizabeth Bross Poverty to Prada 1 Amy Pajcic Mary Rose 3 Sydney Koenig Brandee Artandra 4 Karen Thurm-Ferreri R Malachi VT 5 Judy Cageao-Catania Dipped In Gold 6 Anne McClintock JC Ivy League Second Level 1 Open (C) Knight 1 Tawny Williamson Semply Irresistable 2 Jessica Meredith Dance Fevor +/ 3 Cindy Poulson Regalia 4 Robin Hill Quintessential Third level 2 Open (C) Knight 1 Renee Sliviak Isaiah Third Level 1 Open (C) Knight 1 Margheret McElhany Double Crown 2 Renee Sliviak Isaiah 3 Cynthia Hagan Argostino Intro A Open (C) Boeh 1 Caroline Hahn Proud Foot's Epiphany 2 Evelyn Tyner Bur-Dal-Chaos 3 Rachel Caracci Anikan 4 Kelley Gillett Zoros Huracan 5 Mosie Welch Sietske 6 Kris Ropp Buckeye Intro A Novice AA (C) Boeh 1 Gina Ash Grenadine 2 Janice Boehm Jenn's Second Chance Intro C Open (C) Boeh 1 Emily Bluedorn Jackies Packin' 2 Linda Grose His Majesty's Adagio Intro A Novice YR (C) Boeh 1 Rachel Gould, Rachel Sir Fuji 2 Cassandra Hauck Incandenscence 3 Noelle Ignagni MRF Bello di Notte Training 2 Open (C) Boeh 1 Amy Craig Jessica NHH 2 Kimber Mackenzie Incandenscence 3 Trisha Knight Holy Toledo Training 2 Open (C) Boeh 1 Tara Kilburg Wrangell Zephyr 2 Becky Kirk Oreo Blizzard 3 Helen Welch Django Unchained

68.800% 68.000% 66.000% 65.200% 64.800% 62.800% 64.594% 64.594% 63.513% 61.351% 59.189% 57.594% 73.142% 71.714% 68.285% 60.571% 64.634% 65.000% 61.315% 57.631% 70.937% 67.812% 64.063% 62.187% 61.875% 58.750% 65.625% 65.312% 64.750% 63.250% 70.000% 65.312% 65.000% 71.428% 66.428% 63.035% 68.035% 67.500% 65.178%

Training 2 Open (C) Boeh 1 Jacqueline Nadler Naji 2 Karen Thurm-Ferreri Valerie 3 Kelly Marie Maseth Spanish Tempo 4 Anne McClintock Ghizmo Intro C Novice (C) Boeh 1 Rachel Gould Sir Fuji Training 1 Novice (C) Boeh 1 Lori Butt Born A Two Timer 2 Ashton Yarsoh Hot Java 3 Richard Tyner Tenacious D 4 Karen Puchalsky Siren 5 Kathi Agens Oliver Woodman Training 3 Novice (C) Boeh 1 Lauren Van Lehn Mary Rose 2 Evelyn Tyner Hall of Fame Dressage Seat Equitation (C) Boeh 1 Evelyn Tyner Hall of Fame 1 Amy Craig Jessica NHH 2 Cindy Poulson Regalia Training Level Rider Test AA (C) Boeh 1 Helen Welch Django Unchained Training Level Rider Test YR (C) Boeh 1 Becky Kirk Oreo Blizzard 2 Kim Shepard Casey's Artful Treasure 3 Sydney Koenig Brandee Artandra First Level 1 Open (C) Boeh 1 Sydney Koenig Brandee Artandra 2 Jacqueline Nadler Oliver Twist 3 Deb Winkler Morante 4 Karen Thurm-Ferreri R Malachi VT 5 Michelle Vonk Crusader Creek 6 Kim Shepard Casey's Artful Treasure First Level 1 Open (C) Boeh 1 Amy Pajcic Mary Rose 2 Tina Brown Princess Gothic 3 Elizabeth Bross Poverty to Prada 4 Judy Cageao-Catania Dipped In Gold First Level 3 Open (C) Boeh 1 Tawny Williamson Semply Irresistable 2 Jessica Meredith Dance Fevor +/ 3 Robin Hill Quintessential 4 Lorna Nagel Too Tenacious 5 Anne McClintock JC Ivy League Second Level 3 Open (C) Boeh 1 Katie Passerotti Luck Dragon 2 Cindy Poulson Regalia Third Level 3 Open (C) Boeh 1 Winifred Spisak Sly Fox 2 Bitsy Gascoigne Aibrean

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72.321% 62.500% 62.321% 59.107% 69.250% 65.000% 64.375% 64.166% 52.291% 50.000% 66.200% 63.600% 65.000% YR 65.000% AA 63.000% AA 67.000% 69.000% 65.200% 63.000% 65.862% 63.793% 63.275% 63.103% 60.689% 60.172% 67.931% 66.896% 65.344% 64.310% 71.129% 68.548% 68.064% 67.258% 62.096% 63.095% 61.547% 65.512% 61.794%

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USDF presents Platinum Performance/USDF Region 2 Jr/YR Clinic Featuring


Saturday, November 2, 2013 Sunday, November 3, 2013 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Oak Hill Farm Lockport, IL Youth members age 14 to 21 at all levels are encouraged to apply. For more information visit Rider registration ends September 20. Auditors of all ages and levels are welcome and encouraged. Walk-in registration will also be available on the day of the clinic. Online registration ends October 18. to register.

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USEF Western Dressage Update At the Mid-Year meeting of the United States Equestrian Federation, the Board of Directors passed a rule change proposal effective 12/1/2013 which recognizes Western Dressage as an individual discipline which will have its own chapter in the USEF Rule Book for the 2014 competition season. The Western Dressage Association® of America is honored to be the USEF Recognized Affiliate for the exciting new discipline of Western Dressage. WDAA is excited to bring its focus and mission of "Honoring the Horse" to the USEF's horse welfare initiative. WDAA will work closely with USEF coordinating rule processes and other affiliate functions. WDAA extends its thanks to our many members, Affiliates, Alliance Partners and friends for the outpouring of support for the new discipline of Western Dressage and for WDAA's application to become the USEF Recognized Affiliate of this new discipline. It is your generous support of Western Dressage and WDAA that made this happen! Your commitment to Honor the Horse and to strive for a better partnership with your horse, guides and energizes this discipline. WDAA is excited to be working with USEF and non USEF Breed Alliance Partners to create educational and competitive opportunities for Western Dressage riders and their horses. Visit for more information about Western Dressage and the WDAA and our educational offerings.

The Western Dressage Association® of Ohio will sponsor a WDAA Train the Trainers™ clinic and seminar in Wilmington, Ohio on September 24 & 25, 2013. The purpose of the Train the Trainers™ program is to educate professionals who want to learn how to train, hold clinics and judge Western Dressage. A certificate of completion of the course will be provided. We also list all certified trainers on our WDAA website. As professional trainers, you are integral for the success of Western Dressage. Sign up Now!!

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NODA 2013 Schooling Show Schedule

May 11 Grand Haven Stable NODA/Grand Haven Stables Combined Show Special entry form required

Jefferson June 2 Rocky River Stables Rocky River July 7 Grand Haven Stable Jefferson August 11 Cross Winds Farm Chagrin Falls

September 8 Rocky River Stables Rocky River October 5 Chagrin Valley Farms Bainbridge October 6 Chagrin Valley Farms NODA Schooling Show Championships Invitation Only with qualifying scores from NODA Schooling Show approved competitions


The NODA Schooling Show Competition Year runs from October 21, 2012 through October 23, 2013 Chair: Kara Maruszak, 440-655-9376, Show Secretary: Jennifer Tulleners, 440-213-6685,

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USDF News Wycoff and Power Play, Talia Hershaft and Westfalica USDF Region 6 Young Rider Team: Ayden Uhlir and Sjapoer, Molly Eastridge and Donnerspiel, Sadie Lahey and Up to Date P USDF Region 7 Junior Team: Gabriela Glumac and Zodessa, Rison Naness and Venezia, Lindsey Brewin and Vaillant, Olivia Zeilinger The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) announced and Stentano today the riders selected to represent the U.S. in the USDF Region 7 Young Rider Team: Ariel Thomas and Montfleury, USDF/Platinum Performance North American Junior/ Jaclyn Pepper and Taboo, Jamie Pestana and Winzalot, Teresa Adams and WeeJee Young Rider Dressage Championships (NAJYRDC) at the USDF Region 8 Junior Team: Hope Cooper and Don Diamond, 2013 Adequan FEI North American Junior/Young Rider Giulia Cohen and Lasserre, Regan Salm and Karat EG, Clara Championships, presented by Gotham North, at The Maynard and Diamond Delight Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. The USDF Region 8 Young Rider Team: Grace Goodby and Schabus championships will be held July 17-21, 2013. A total of 57 Waitongo, Emma Lengle and Arami, Katelyn Kok and Morgan juniors and young riders will represent each of USDF’s nine Enshoj, Kate Mancosh and Lea 7 regions. USDF Region 9 Junior Team: Kalie Beckers and Carush, Cassie Schmidt and Velasquer, Anna Campbell and Mai, Mattie The NAJYRC is the premier equestrian competition in Zepernick and Wencenza North America for juniors and young riders, age 14USDF Region 3 / 9 Young Rider Team: Hannah Hewitt and Lasall, Audrey Jones and Rondo Del Rey, Benjamin Winger and Ytzen, 21. Young equestrians come from the United States, Bermuda, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean Codi Harrison and Poetry in Motion

USDF/Platinum Performance FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Dressage Championships Teams Announced

Islands to vie for team and individual FEI medals in the three Olympic equestrian disciplines of show jumping, dressage, and eventing, and the FEI World Equestrian Games disciplines of reining and endurance. The competition is run under rules of the FEI (Federation Equestre Internationale), the international governing body for equestrian sport, and is the only FEI championship held annually on this continent. The following riders and horses will represent the United States on a junior or young rider team, of up to four, from each of the nine USDF regions. USDF Region 1 Junior Team: Barbara Davis and Rotano, Ashleigh Conroy-Zugel and Ungaro, Kaitie Lang and FA Patriot, Nicholas Hansen and Ritter Benno USDF Region 1 Young Rider Team: Kaitlin Blythe and Daverden, Arden Wildasin and Mystery Whisper, Alexa Derr and Just Livingston, Jennifer Foulon and Little Granny USDF Region 2 Junior Team: Rebekah Mingari and Unico, Keegan O''Brien and Donatello, Kayla Barteau and GP Ubilee, Leonard Behrens and Lassitter USDF Region 2 Young Rider Team: Rosemary Julian-Simoes and Proteus, Julia Boss and San Remo, Nicole Chiappetti and Pip, Paige Miller and Pantros-S USDF Region 3 Junior Team: Lindsey Holleger and Friedensfurst, Mallory Kent and Okiedokie, Rachel Robinson and Ucarius, Jamie Doolittle and Wild Tiger USDF Region 3 / 4 Young Rider Team: Avery-Anna Hogan and Incognito, Clare Krska and Romincka, Kelli Montgomery and Major, Krista Spencer and Take Over USDF Region 4 /5 Junior Team: Dallas Van Stratten and Vainqueur E, Inga Fuengerlings and Milo, Laine Collins and Superstar USDF Region 5 Young Rider Team: Amelia Child and Veto, Devon NODA News 2013 page 19

For complete qualifying results and standings for the USDF/ Platinum Performance NAJYRDC, visit the USDF website. Or, for additional information regarding the Adequan FEI North American Junior/Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North, visit

NODA Volunteer News Volunteer—at the NODA Schooling Show At Cross Winds Farm Your support is needed to keep the Schooling Show Program Up and Running

August 11 NODA Schooling Show

Scribe Tabulator Runner

Paddock Office

Ring set up and tear down

Call Gail Patton NOW at 440-442-5256 to reserve your volunteer slot at the

at an upcoming Schooling Show! _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Want to Have a NODA Year End Banquet? Everyone loves awards and celebration! NODA Needs a few good folks to help out with the banquet and take over the banquet in 2014.

Grants ARE Available for NODA MEMBER Equine Professionals A fund to support professionals, trainers and instructors with continuing education.

Call or email Banquet Chair, Carol Cassano 216-272-185 or _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

What does it take to put on NODA Programs? Volunteers!

50% Cost of Event Reimbursable (Up to $200 maximum) Apply in writing to: NODA Board c/o Mary Dana Prescott Cloverfield Farm 445 Metcalf Rd Willoughby, OH 44094 Include: why you should receive a grant, what function you plan to attend, and where it is to be held. State how you will share the content with NODA members (lecture, clinic, or article). Questions? Call Mary Dana at 440-256-8858 Membership Requirements: You must be a “professional” horseperson as defined by the current USEF rule book. You must be a member in good standing with NODA. NODA News 2013 page 20

NODA volunteers Leslie Grimm and Pam White spend their Sunday working the July 7 Schooling Show at Grand Haven. NODA Volunteers Are the Best!

Member News Notice of Upcoming Elections for the Two Year Term January 2014 through December 2015 Election will be for the following positions: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Five Directors at Large

Run for Treasurer for 2014/2015 NODA is looking for “you!” If you want to get involved and have experience in finance with accounting or bookkeeping. Consider running for NODA Treasurer. Major functions are:  Attend monthly Board Meetings  Balance checking account - online Banking  Prepare Income and Expense reports

Nominations will be taken NOW through September 9 at the Annual Open Meeting where nominations will be taken from the floor For information on getting a name on the ballot or for information on any of the positions above please contact Parliamentarian, Dale Lappert 330-527-4683

NODA Welcomes New Members! Welcome (or Welcome Back)

to the following who were not members in 2012

Emily Bluedorn Lynn Budnick Laura Goldman Rachel Gould

Key Board Position Opening

Mary K. Hazelton Kristen L. Ropp Helen Welch

 Apply for Insurance  Issue checks  Submit annual financial information to

accountant for tax preparation  Computer skills required

For more information on the requirements of this elected position contact Jennifer Kick, or Dee Liebenthal, . To have your name added to the ballot for the 2014/2015 two year term, contact our Parliamentarian, Dale Lappert, Nominations taken up through the annual open meeting,

Annual Open Meeting September 9, 6:30pm Topline Stables 1109 Aurora-Hudson Road, Aurora, OH 44202

Agenda Potluck Please bring a dish to share

Short Open Meeting nominations for board positions will be accepted from the floor

Presentation on Saddle Fitting

Current membership as of July 17, 2013 is 321

Heather Soones-Booher, Saddles 101, LLC

Adult Amateurs: 215 Professionals: 64 Youth: 42

Participate in Schooling Show Equitation Classes to Win Vouchers

Thank you to all 2012 NODA members who have renewed your membership for 2013! Your membership, time, and talents make NODA a better GMO! NODA News 2013 page 21

To encourage participation in Equitation classes, NODA is awarding a $10 voucher to all first place winners of the Walk-Trot Equitation and Dressage Seat Equitation Schooling Show classes. The vouchers can be used for future schooling show entries. Ride well and win!

NODA Board Meeting Minutes — June 10, 2013 In Attendance: Mary Armstrong, Lora Burgess, Linda Cooley, Fran Cverna, Marcia Doyle, Mary Lou Gallagher, Dale Lappert, Dee Liebenthal, Kara Maruszak, Berni Moauro, Gail Patton, Mary Dana Prescott, Niki Sackman, Carly Trimble, Patti Valencic, Mosie Welch. Call to Order: Dee Liebenthal, President, called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm.

 Dale Lappert questioned including a High Point ribbon

in Rider test class since it is not judged by the same criteria and it seems unequal. Not this year. This year, High point for Intro Level is to be separate from standard tests counted in standard classes (1-6). This will be printed in next years’ handbook.  Judges gave high praises to volunteers. Kudos to Gail Patton for organizing volunteers.

Minutes from May Board Meeting: Patti Valencic Minutes accepted.

Recognized Shows: Niki Sackman & Mary Lou Gallagher  Whoever wins Gretchen Singleton award this year will have their and their horse’s photo placed on reminder Treasurer's Report: Dee Liebenthal for Jennifer Kick post card mailed for next years’ Recognized shows.  Checking Account Balance: $11, 885.28.  49% of entries for Grand Haven Show were done on  Savings Account Balance: $5,015.12. line.  Jennifer upgraded NODA quicken program to continue  Class Sponsors: Mary Armstrong has been meeting online services. Has access from iPad and iPhones. with sponsors. Membership & Handbook: Fran Cverna  Potential sponsors asking about demographics. Mosie  307 members. 205 AA , 62 Professionals, 40 Youth. 75 will send info to Mary to share with sponsors. members from last year have not renewed. Fran has been mailing Handbook to new members. Cost: $ .86 Website & Facebook Report - Linda Cooley  Website Only: Promoted LEC/NODA Derby Volunteer each. Incentives, August 3&4 USDF Workshop and Auditor Newsletter: Elizabeth Bross & Mosie Welch Pre-registration, July NODA Recognized Shows Entry  Issue 5 of newsletter advertising revenue covered 78 % Information & Sponsors Registration, of cost.  Facebook Only NODA Page LIKES: 547 (Increase of  Dee shared that she has been hearing many positive 67 from last report) BE SURE TO SHARE THESE, SO comments on the newsletter. Well done Mosie and MORE PEOPLE WILL SEE IT!! “New Dressage Scoring Elizabeth! Definitions” was a big hit with Facebook  Dee asked board to select a few of their favorite friends. (87,000 hits!) Posted LEC/NODA Derby newsletters to submit for year -end awards. Submit Volunteer Incentive Flyer several times, NODA general interest and personal experience articles for Recognized Shows information ref Entries and review. Sponsors, NODA Schooling Show news, and NODA News announcements Posted many popular horse Education: Marcia Doyle & Berni Moauro pictures, quotes, and humor which accounts for the Update on Instructor Workshop #2, Applications for continued increase in Facebook LIKES. Grants:  Broadcast e-News: Two (2)  Berni has applied for Dressage Foundation grant and Region 2 grant for the next two workshops. Awards Committee: Dee for Janeen Langowski - Grava  Can use revalued NODA bucks toward auditing.  Kimberly Moody would like to change “MOODY Mare”  Need 2 people to work under direction of Marcia and award requirements. Horse will no longer need to be Berni to work on L Program for 2014. (There is need owned by person riding it and scores can go across all for more judges). levels. Dale/ Lappert moved to accept changes. Mosie  Need extra members to join this committee. seconded, voted, all in favor. Motion passed. Schooling Shows: Kara Maruszak  Rocky River Show had 63 entries, 5 scratches, and 122 rides.  Profit was $894.00.  Joyce Dixon was going to do Western Dressage freestyle. Had to scratch due to horse’s issues. Donated $50 to NODA. NODA News 2013 page 22

 Changes will be on website and in newsletter.

Historical/Data Management: Lora Burgess  Files have all been scanned and loaded. There is a need to locate files easily. This will be possible with new software. Hard copies of documents are also available if needed.

Reports from Member Liaisons:.  Jr/YR Liaison: Dee for Lauren Hunter - Jr/YR Clinic April 2014 –We will reapply for 2013/2014. Old Business:  Discussion on 2014 AA & Jr/YR Scholarship guidelines  Add deadline date for two $250 scholarships. Money may be used for things such as lessons, clinics, and camps.  Need criteria for selection, such as strong background in volunteering. Committee will keep working on specifics and plug up holes. .  May look at Dressage Foundation guidelines for ideas. Assign a number, so there is no perception of favoritism.  Would like to announce winner at Banquet each year.  $200 Donation Region 2 FEI Jr/YR request – Dee will follow-up with Jennifer Kick that it was done. New Business:  Discussed placing an ad and membership form in Horsemen’s Corral in October issue.  $65 Ad for June Grand Haven Show was approved by Dee due to lack of time. (NODA President is authorized to spend $100.Without Board approval).  Need Banquet Committee for 2014!!! Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:46pm. Next meeting: July 8 at 7pm at Panera Bread in Solon.

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Classifieds Classified Ads NODA Member/2 issues FREE: 60 words or less $5.00: 60- 80 words Photo $5.00 Non-member/ per 2 issues $5.00: 60 words Photo: $5.00/issue for photo in newsletter and on website Free member ads will run for two issues only. One free ad per member at a time. Submit Ad and payment by 15th of the month. Free Stable Listings: include contact info, city and three lines. Ads subject to editing. Website posting included. Classified Editor: Jill Voigt Phone: 216-346-2811 Check payable to NODA: NODA Classified c/o Jill Voigt 27059 Sanctuary Lane Olmstead Township, OH 44318 Email ad to: HORSES FOR SALE OR LEASE For Sale: 2008 Chestnut Andalusian Gelding, registered IALHA, 15.2 hands, barefoot, easy keeper, trailers, clips, no vices. Schooling training/first level work, located near Ann Arbor, MI. Contact Clara at or (440) 669-5714 or visit http:// (I-10)

For Sale: QH Appendix: Gabby is a 10 year old 17+ hand bay gelding. High point awards won in intro level in 2011 and training level in 2012, scores ranging from low sixties to upper seventies. Now showing first level and schooling second level. He is utd on everything and has no vices. Video and pictures on request. 330-801-2738. (I-10)

APPAREL, TACK, & SERVICE For Sale: Kieffer Ulla Salzgeber Rusty Dressage Saddle 17" seat, med-narrow tree. Very good condition. Asking $1300 o.b.o. Wanted: Looking for a dressage saddle that will fit a high withered thoroughbred. Seat size 16.517.5. No wide trees please. Contact Laurie 216-406-7737. ($I-10) For Sale: 17 inch custom Schleese dressage saddle. On Hennig tree. $800. Please call Debbie at 814587-2810. ($ I-9) For Sale: Trilogy Verago Elite, seat 17.5, tree is an extra wide. In very good condition, well maintained. Asking $2800. Photos available. Call Mosie at 330-618-5838 or email (I-9)

Bristol Bay Equestrian Center: Trainer: Nancy Lewis-Stanton (440) 567-3057 or Boarding inquiries contact Donna Sanders at (440) 479-9028. Beautiful private farm specializing in dressage. Training, lessons, sales, and board available. (I-9) No Ads at this time

For Full Lease or Part Lease: 17H Thoroughbred gelding, 12 years old. First Level. Loves trail riding, dressage, people, and animals. Residing at Noble Horse Farm in Newbury. Owner recovering from surgery. Call Penny at 216/6622187. Leave message. ($I-9)


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Annual Open Meeting September 9, 6:30pm Topline Stables 1109 Aurora-Hudson Road, Aurora, OH 44202

Bridlewood Dressage Farm Medina, Ohio Cheryl Slawter 330-239-1997 Board from $300 (may be reduced for barn work), 2 indoor and 1 outdoor. Excellent care, friendly. Bristol Bay Equestrian Center Nancy Lewis-Stanton Newbury, OH 440 - 567-3057 Donna Sanders 440-479-9028 Beautiful private farm specializing in dressage. Training, lessons, sales, and board available.

Candle Light Farms Noell Sivertsen-Edgell Chesterland, OH 44026 440-376-2117 Boarding, lessons, sales, training, leases, indoor/outdoor Cloverfield Farm Mary Dana Prescott Kirtland, OH 440-256-8858 Boarding, training, lessons; dressage/ jumping. Travel for clinics/shows/your farm.

Cross Winds Farm Bob Weston Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 (440) 543-5698 (440) 829-8165 Boarding, training, dressage and eventing . Stalls available

Agenda Potluck bring a dish to share Short Open Meeting nominations for board positions will be accepted from the floor Presentation: Saddle Fitting Heather Soones- Booher, Saddles 101, LLC

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Fair Weather Farm Kate Poulin 386-624-3968 Chagrin Falls, OH Heated barn/indoor, Grass /all season T/O, stalls cleaned 2X/day. Two outdoors, trails, security. Kirgis Farm Mantua, OH 330-554-1716 Dressage/event barn, T/O, competent staff, large stalls, pastures, safe fencing,, indoor.

STABLE LISTINGS KKM Stables Karen Stephens Bellville, OH 419-688-1331 Full-Service quality dressage training thru the Levels. Improve balance, strength of horse & rider. Grand Prix Farm Kelli Flanagan Valley City, OH44280 330-483-9055 Boarding, lessons, schoolmasters available, indoor & outdoor arena, heated observation room Ledge Hollow Stable Jeanne & Terry Fashempour 330-239-2587 Medina, OH 44256 Full care, co-op, turn-out, Instruction, NE corner of Medina county.

North Crest Equestrian Center Julie Taylor Avon Lake, OH 44012 (440) 933-4654 Dressage training & lessons, summer horse camps, birthday parties. Pleasant Valley Farm Kris Lanphear Willoughby Hills, OH 440-942-9034 References. Board, grass T/O, trails, lessons, care of special need horses. Natural training. Rivendel Farm Bonnie Gray Dale Lappert , R Dressage Judge Garrettsville, OH (330) 527-4683 evening (440) 813-4009 days Board, dressage/eventing. Small, experienced care, 7 day T/O . Indoor/outdoor, trails, jumps.

Rhythmic Ridge Ranch Debi Smith Lorrain County 440-315-2660 Full care, indoor and lighted outdoor, matted stalls and heated water buckets. Shade Tree Farm Betsy Rebar-Sell Bath, OH 330-351-1124 Full care, indoor and outdoor arenas, trails, turnout, lessons, and training. Shadow Facs Farm 814-796-6161 Dressage and combined training, instruction, and sales. Three Point Farm Karen Deitrick & Wendi Skelly North East, PA 814-725-6844 Boarding, dressage lessons& training, horse sales.

Rocky River Stables Cleveland Metro Parks Meridian Farm Rocky River. OH Lauren Ball Tisdale (216) 267-2525 Chagrin, OH 44022 216-288-8834 Boarding, lessons, pony /horse camps, Board with full or half training packages therapeutic riding, indoor & outdoor arena, trails. and sales. Haul in lessons welcome.

Topline Stables at Walden Janeen Langowski-Grava Aurora, OH 44202 330-995-0039 440-666-6182 Boarding, lessons, clinics, sales, training, kids camp. Full care, indoor/ outdoor, grass pastures.

Woodwind Farm Newbury, Ohio Chuck Kinney 440-564-9399 440-773-3216 Exceptional care, equine-friendly facility. Boarding, lay-ups, training and lessons. Indoor, turnout. Xhalt Equestrian Center Phyllis Setter Columbia Station, OH (216) 299-3096 Adult boarding /training. Lorain county close to I-480/Cuyahoga County. Indoor/outdoor, pasture.

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Calendar of Events

The Northern Ohio Dressage Association presents

USDF Instructor/Trainer Certification Program

Workshop #3 TEACHING with USDF Faculty Member Vickie Hammers October 26 and 27 Lake Erie College Equestrian Center Auditor Registration Information coming soon! Auditing by youth, amateurs, and professionals encouraged more information at

Complete calendar listings with links available on the NODA Website 8/3 CADS Schooling Dressage Show Judges Noel Williams (L) & Jennifer Robyn-Roth (L) ** NODA Members: Scores eligible for 2013 NODA Yearend Awards 8/3-4 USDF Instructor/Trainer Program Workshop 2 Riding with USDF Instructor, Bailey Cook. Topline Stables at Walden, Aurora, OH.

8/18 Dream on Farm Schooling Show, 16501 Station Road, Columbia Station, OH 44028, 8/19-21 Dressage Clinic with Miguel Tavora, Cross Winds Farm, 16490 Munn Rd., Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 Contact Bob Weston 440-543-5698 8/22-26 Dressage Clinic with Miguel Tavora, Woods Edge Stables, 13540 Forest Road, Burton, OH. Contact Anne Houin 216-598-0821 or

8/24 Stanleyville Stables Dressage Schooling Show Marietta OH Judge: Sara Justice "L" Contact Krystal 740-236-0149 or ** ODS Members: Scores eligible for 2013 ODS Year-End 8/10-11 WPDA Summer Sizzler Awards Dressage Show at Grand ** NODA Members: Scores Haven, USDF &USEF eligible for 2013 NODA YearRecognized end Awards 8/25 Grand Haven Stable Dressage Schooling Show 8/11 NODA Schooling Show, Cross Winds Farm, 8/30-9/1 Parelli Natural Horsemanship Challenge 8/16 Future Vet Educational Sand Hill Stables, Mantua, OH Camps at Willow Creek Contact Betsy at 330-221Veterinary Service, Ages 12 -18 8819 Auditors Medina, OH Welcome $20/day 8/9-11 Wendy Murdoch Dressage Clinic Half-Halt Farm, Bloomington, IN Contact Ann 812-327-0556 or

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8/17-18 Dressage Clinic with Jan Ebeling Topline Stables, Aurora, OH Contact Janeen 440-666-6182 or 330-995-0039 or NODA News 2013 page 26

9/8 NODA Schooling Show, at Rocky River Stables 9/9 NODA Annual Open Meeting, 6:30 pm at Topline Stables. Enjoy Potluck, Officer Nominations, Saddle Fitting Presentation.

Calendar of Events 9/14 CADS Schooling Dressage Show Judges Sara Justice (L) & Dale Lappert (R) ** NODA Members: Scores eligible for 2013 NODA Yearend Awards

10/4-6 Dressage Clinic with Charles de Kunffy Topline Stables, Aurora, OH Rider Pre-registration by September 6. Contact Janeen 440-666-6182 or 330-995-0039 or

9/14-15 Harmony in the Park Dressage Shows USDF/USEF 10/5 NODA Schooling Show Recognized, Level 2 www.HarmonyInTheParkDress at Chagrin Valley Farms, open to all. Edinburgh, IN Contact Susan Moran 859-234-4066 or Suzie10/6 NODA Schooling Show Championship, Chagrin Valley Farms, Invitation Only, 9/15 Dream on Farm pionship Schooling Show 16501 Station Road, Columbia Station, OH 44028 9/19-21, USDF Region 2 Dressage Championships, at Lamplight Equestrian Center, Wayne, IL

10/10-13 Dressage Festival Of Champions, Kentucky Horse Park, for more information contact Jenny Van Wieren-Page at

9/20-22 Grand Haven Adult Dressage Camp

10/24-28 Dressage Clinic with Bettina Drummond 9/24 & 25, Western Dressage Half-Halt Farm, Bloomington Train the Trainers™ clinic and IN Contact Ann at 812-935-6416, seminar in Wilmington, Ohio to educate professionals who want to learn how to train, hold clinics and judge Western 10/26-27 USDF Instructor/ Dressage. Sign up Now!! Trainer Workshop #3, Teaching, with USDF faculty member Vickie Hammers 9/28—10/2 Erik Herbermann O’Neil at Lake Erie College. Dressage Clinic at Renaissance Sponsored by NODA and Lake Erie College. Those interested Farm in participating as a Saline, MI Contact Dr. Patricia participant instructor please contact Butcko at (734) 355-3339 or Riders & Auditors are welcome! Auditors Welcome!

9/29 Grand Haven Stable Dressage Schooling Show NODA News 2013 page 27

11/16 NODA Celebration and Awards Banquet, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Independence, Ohio

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