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ECRDA - East Coast Regional Dressge Association

The 2017 Calendar is now up.

IT'S A CELEBRATION!!!
ECRDA - East Coast Regional Dressage Association - is celebrating each sanctioned ECRDA farm. In appreciation for all the support you have given the Association, ECRDA will be giving a $100 scholarship to the student of your choice. The only criteria is that the selected recipient must be a member of ECRDA and share their dressage experience (touting their farm, instructor, etc.) in the newsletter. The scholarship check will be presented at the ECRDA Awards Dinner. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT'S NAME BETWEEN NOW AND SEPTEMBER 1. For futher information, please contact Vicki Rickabaugh at 908-492-0440. Warm Regards & Happy Trails!
Vicki Rickabaugh


ECRDA IS NOW INCLUDING WESTERN DRESSAGE CLASSES FOR YEAR END AWARDS!!!!

To qualify for a Western Dressage Year End Award, you must be a member of ECRDA when you entered the classes. You must have shown in three different shows under three different judges. Western Dressage Class scores earned in ECRDA only count for ECRDA year end awards. ECRDA is not affiliated with any other organization for Western Dressage. The rules and regulations for ECRDA will adhere to Western Dressage classes. Licenses and certified dressage judges must be used.


 

"East Coast Regional Dressage Association - Making a Difference"

 



Thank you all for your support of our USDF/USEF recognized shows.
What a success we had. Already planning ahead for next year.

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The 2017 show calendar is now posted.

Click HERE.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICES


Current Dressage Tests are posted
HERE
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As of April 1, 2013, protective headgear is now required by all riders at all levels,
whether warming up or in the show ring.


USEF has modified the rules for attire for Level 1 USDF/USEF competitions,
allowing for colored shirts and breeches and making jackets optional.
ECRDA has approved these changes for schooling shows. Read more here.







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