Membership Renewal

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Events

Les Bois Chapter Clinic

Clinician To Be Determined

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High Desert Station, 6780 Wilis Road
Star, Idaho 83669 United States
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Spokane Sport Horse USEA Event

USEA Event # 334295 PGJ:  Wayne Quarles TD: Cindy Deporter Judges:   Susan Graham White,  Deeda Randle, Mary Young Secretary: Christina Gray    

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Spokane Sport Horse Farm, 10710 S Sherman Road
Spokane, WA 99224 United States
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C & M Farm, 1352 W Syphon Road
Pocatello, ID 83204 United States
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Spokane Sport Horse May Dressage Show

Judges:  Lilo Fore,  Natalie Lamping TD: Tajie Major  

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Spokane Sport Horse Farm, 10710 S Sherman Road
Spokane, WA 99224 United States
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Idaho Dressage Festival

More information coming soon.

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Les Bois Dressage, 4221 N Linder Rd
Eagle, ID 83616 United States
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Show Approval

It’s time to send us shows to get on the calendar!

Dressage
[ˈdresäZH]

The object of dressage is the development of the horse into a happy athlete through harmonious education. As a result, it makes the horse calm, supple, loose and flexible, but also confident, attentive and keen, thus achieving perfect understanding with the rider.

Competitive dressage showcases all levels of training. Currently, there are nine progressive levels of competition, open to all breeds of horses and all levels of riders. Special classes such as musical freestyle offer creativity and individual expression for the exhibitors. The pinnacle of competitive dressage is the Grand Prix level. The Grand Prix level is also showcased at the Olympic Games as one of the three equestrian disciplines.

Eventing
[əˈven(t)iNG]

Eventing, also an Olympic discipline, is best described as an equestrian triathlon. The discipline originated as a cavalry test and is comprised of three phases: Dressage, Cross Country and Show Jumping.

The first phase, Dressage, shows the graceful partnership of horse and rider as described above.

The second phase, Cross Country, challenges bravery, fitness and determination as horse and rider combinations navigate a series of solid obstacles, technical questions and varied terrain.

In the third and final phase, Show Jumping, horse and rider combinations prove their precision as they clear a course of fences.

In a competitive environment, penalty points are accumulated in each phase. At the conclusion of an event, the horse and rider combination with the lowest score wins.

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