Sat, Jul 08|
*Sunday Entries Only* July 9, 2023 Peninsula Dressage Chapter Schooling Show, Judge: Julianne Brownson
This show is two days with classes pined 1st - 6th both days and scores counting towards overall and year end. Please be sure to clarify which day you intend to show on your registration. Online Entries CLOSE end of day, Sunday, July 2nd; mailed entries must be RECEIVED BY Saturday, July 1st.
Time & Location
Jul 08, 8:00 AM – Jul 09, 8:00 AM
Layfield Farm, 32002 Perryhawkin Rd, Princess Anne, MD 21853, USA
About the event
Six place-ribbons are awarded for each class, except Critique. Champion & Reserve are awarded by level. Champion & Reserve will be awarded to horse/rider combinations at Introductory, Training, First, Second Level & above, Eventing, and Western, if there are three or more qualifiers for the level/division. Horse/rider combinations must have at least two scores at the level to qualify for Champion & Reserve. Scores from Critique Class will be averaged with regular dressage test scores of the same level.
Peninsula Dressage Schooling Show Classes
**A horse may be entered in no more than 3 tests if ridingtraining level or above; no limit at Intro; only one Critique class at any level**
- Dressage Sport Horse in Hand
- Leadline: Test A, B or C
- USDF Introductory Level; Test A, B or C
- Training Level: Test 1, 2 or 3
- First Level: Test 1, 2 or 3
- Second Level: Test 1, 2 or 3
- Third Level: Test 1, 2 or 3
- Fourth Level: Test 1, 2 or 3
- Freestyle: Choose Level level on entry form
DRESSAGE for EVENTERS DIVISION:
- Starter, Test
- Beginner Novice, Tests A or B
- Novice, Tests A or B
- Training, Tests A or B
- Modified, Tests A or B
- Preliminary, Tests A or B
- Intermediate, Tests A or B
- Advanced, Tests A or B
WESTERN DRESSAGE DIVISION:
- Intro, Tests 1 - 4
- Basic, Tests 1 - 4
- Level 1, Tests 1 - 4
- Level 2, Tests 1 - 4
- Level 3, Tests 1 - 4
- Level 4, Tests 1 - 4
- Level 5, Tests 1 - 4
- Freestyle, Choose Level on entry form
Critique Class ($35): Only 1 per exhibitor per event. The judge scores one test and gives a short, approximately 10 minute, lesson. Ribbons are not awarded but scores may count toward Champion/Reserve and Year-End Awards.Year End Awards: To qualify for Peninsula Dressage Year End Awards, you must be a member of Peninsula Dressage, volunteer for at least 10 hours prior the end of the show season, and have at least 5 scores from at least 3 different judges at Peninsula Schooling shows.
Definition of a Novice Rider: Any Rider showing at the Introductory Level who has never shown ABOVE that Level is a Novice Rider (in any Dressage Division including Western or Dressage or Eventers).
Definition of a Junior Rider: Riders are Juniors up to and throughout the year in which they turn 18. The following year, they are considered Seniors. Example: if Jane Doe turns 18 on July 7, 2022, she competes as a Junior throughout 2022. Beginning January 1, 2022, she competes as a Senior.
Definition of a Vintage Rider: Any rider 40 or older at the time of the show.
Novice, Junior and Vintage Classes: Riders may register as Novice, Junior or Vintage Riders when entering the show. They will be scheduled in the appropriate classes accordingto the tests they are riding (if a designated Junior rider is riding Training2, s/he will be scheduled in the regular Training 2 class). If there are enough riders in the class, they may be pinned separately at the show manager’s discretion. Generally, this will mean there must be at least three non-age designated riders and at least three Novice, Junior, or Vintage riders to split the class. Otherwise, Juniors and Vintage will be pinned together with all other entries in the class.