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					               HORSE SHOW
                PREMIUMS
                     Please make special note of whether or not
                     the shows listed in the following pages will
                      be issuing updated/separate prize lists for
                      the show. All information, including errors
                    and omissions, on the following pages is the
                                 responsibility of the advertiser.




                                                                     SHOWS




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               Bridlewood Equestrian Center
                   2011 DRESSAGE SHOWS
                    82290 Steeplechase Drive, Copperopolis, CA 95228
                  See web site www.bridlewoodequestriancenter.com to download official prize list
                   Mail	entries	to:	Gigi	Cunliffe,	102	Village	Lane,	Daly	City,	CA	94015
                              or	enter	online	at	www.EquestrianEntries.com
       For	any	questions	contact	Show	Secretary	Gigi	Cunliffe	at	650.796.3355	or	gigic9@aol.com

Show Date #1: March 11-12, 2011                      Secretary:		Gigi	Cunliffe	650.796.3355	
Judge: 		Creeky	Routson	(S)                          Technical Delegate: 	TBD	
Recognitions:		USDF,	USEF,	CDS,	CQA                  Open Date: 	January	11,	2011
Manager:	Wendy	Brown	209.785.0110	                   Close Date: March	2,	2011

Show Date #2: April 29-30, 2011                      Secretary:		Gigi	Cunliffe	650.796.3355	
Judge:			Paula	Lacy	(S)                              Technical Delegate:		TBD	
Recognitions:		USDF,	USEF,	CDS,	CQA                  Open Date: 	February	29,	2011
Manager:	Wendy	Brown	209.785.0110	                   Close Date:		April	20,	2011
Class Number
Fri    Sat            Level/Test
301		 401	            Training	Level	Test	1
302		 402	            Training	Level	Test	2
303		 403	            Training	Level	Test	3	                   Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
305		 405		           First	Level	Test	1
306		 406		           First	Level	Test	2
307		 407		           First	Level	Test	3	                      Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
309		 409		           Second	Level	Test	1
310		 410		           Second	Level	Test	2
311		  411**		        Second	Level	Test	3	                     Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
313		 413		           Third	Level	Test	1
314		 414		           Third	Level	Test	2
315		 415		           Third	Level	Test	3	                      Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
316		 416		           Fourth	Level	Test	1
317		 417		           Fourth	Level	Test	2
318		 418		           Fourth	Level	Test	3	                     Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
319		 419		           Prix	St.	Georges	                        Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
320		 420		           Intermediate	I	                          Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
321		 421		           Intermediate	II
322		 422		           Grand	Prix	                              Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
323		 423		           Freestyle,	Levels	1-4,	Specify	Level	    Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
324		 424		           Freestyle	FEI,	Specify	Level	            Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
325		 425		           Dressage	Seat	Equitation
326		 426	            Introductory	Level	Test	A	or	B	or	C	
327	   427	           FEI	Junior	Team
328		 428		           FEI	Junior	Individual
329	 429	             FEI	Junior	Freestyle
330	 430	             FEI	YR	Team
331	   431	           FEI	YR	Individual
301A	 401A	           Opportunity	Class	Training	Level	Test	1*
302A	 402A	           Opportunity	Class	Training	Level	Test	2*
305A	 405A	           Opportunity	Class	First	Level	Test	1*
306A	 406A	           Opportunity	Class	First	Level	Test	2*
309A	 409A	           Opportunity	Class	Second	Level	Test	1*
Ribbons	thru	6th	Place.	Awards	to	EVERY	division	winner	in	class.	Fabulous	prizes	to	classes	with	three	or	
more.	Friday	Night	Competitors’	Dinner	Party.
CLASS	FEES                     *OPPORTUNITY	CLASSES*         **Dover	Medal	Class**
Intro-Fourth	        $45       Non-member,	horse	            Saturday,	Second	Level	Test	3
FEI	       	         $55       registration	and	$15	         Recognizes	 the	 highest	 placing	 Adult	
                                                             Amateur	 with	 a	 custom	 designed	
All	Freestyles	      $55       USEF	fee	waived.	Scores	      pewter	medal/neck	ribbon	and	$20	Dover
Equitation	          $30       earned	are	not	eligible	      Saddlery	 Gift	 Certificate.	 Eligibility:	 USDF	
Opportunity	         $45       for	USEF	or	USDF	awards	      Group	or	Participating	Member,	USEF	Amateur	
Add	$10	for	Great	American	    or	programs.                  Member	in	good	standing,	and	receive	at	least	
Insurance	Group/USDF	                                        a	 60%	 in	 the	 designated	 second	 level	 test.	
                                                             Sponsored	 by	 Dover	 Saddlery	 in	 association	
Qualifying	and	note	“Q”                                      with	USDF.
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             Carmel Valley Chapter
                                   of the
                        California Dressage Society




Carmel Valley Chapter serves ~ Carmel Valley, Pebble Beach, Monterey,
Salinas, Castroville, Prunedale and surrounding areas.

Shows ~ one CDS recognized held in Pebble Beach at the Pebble Beach
Equestrian Center. Watch the CDS Dressage Letters for 2011 dates.

Educational Events ~ Riding Clinics, Freestyle Clinics, Biomechanics
Clinics, and Special Junior Clinics

Parties and Get Togethers ~ April Awards Party, Tack Sale and
Fundraisers, Summer BBQ with Demonstrations, Annual Meeting with
Speakers and Demonstrations.

Contacts ~        Jennifer Nuckton
                    jennuckton@comcast.net

                  Paula Langan
                    paula@california-dressage.org




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          Christiane Noelting Dressage Center
                                           2011 Derby Series
   Not the Official Prize List, Please see Website, www.christianenoelting.com, or call Management for Official Prizelist
                                           LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
               Christiane	Noelting	Dressage	Center	-	6954	Lewis	Rd,	Vacaville,	CA		95687
        MANAGER/SECRETARy: Christiane	Noelting	-	Robin	Connor	707-454-0565,	707-454-0566	(FAX)
                CONTACT/MAIL ENTRIES TO: Regina	Antonioli	/	Equestrian	Concepts
                             5089	Flagstone	Lane,	Simi	Valley,	CA	93063
               Phone	805.306.1885			Fax:	805.306.1884			Email:	eqconcepts@earthlink.net

 Show Date #1: May 27, 2011 - Dressage Derby I
 Judges:	 Pam	Nelson	(S)                                                Technical Delegate:		Melinda	Hallmark	
 	        Marlene	Schneider	(S)                                         Open Date: 	April	1,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(328603),	USDF,	CDS                        Close Date:		May	14,	2011
 Show Date # 2: May 28 - 29, 2011 – Dressage Derby II
 Judges:		 Pam	Nelson	(S)                                               Technical Delegate:		Melinda	Hallmark	
 	         Marlene	Schneider	(S)                                        Open Date: 	April	1,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	3	(315420),	USDF,	CDS                        Close Date:		May	14,	2011
 Show Date #3: june 24, 2011 - Dressage Derby III
 Judges:	 Donna	Richardson	(S)                                          Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 																 Creeky	Routson	(S)                                    Open Date:		May	1,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(328604),	USDF,	CDS                        Close Date:		June	9,	2011
 Show Date #4: june 25 - 26, 2011 - Dressage Derby IV
 Judges:	 Donna	Richardson	(S)                                          Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 																 Creeky	Routson	(S)                                    Open Date:		May	1,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	3	(315422),	USDF,	CDS                        Close Date:		June	9,	2011

 Show Date #5: September 9 – 10, 2011 – Dressage Derby V
 Judges:	 Hilda	Gurney	(S)                                              Technical Delegate:		Susan	Lombardi
 	        Melissa	Creswick	(S)                                          Open Date:		July	15,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(315423),	USDF,	CDS                        Close Date:		August	27,	2011

CLASS No. DESCRIPTION                                         CLASS No. DESCRIPTION
FRI      SAT     SUN                                          FRI SAT SUN
192		    292		   392		   Intro	A                              141		 241		 341		    Fourth	Level,	Test	1	              	 	
193		    193		   393		   Intro	B                              142		 242		 342		    Fourth	Level,	Test	2	              	
194		    294		   394		   Intro	C                              143		 243		 343		    Fourth	Level,	Test	3	GAI/USDF	Q		
101		    201		   301		   Training	Level,	Test	1	         	    151		 251		 351		    Prix	St.	Georges	GAI/USDF	Q	 	
102		    202		   302		   Training	Level,	Test	2	              153		 253		 353		    Intermediaire	I	GAI/USDF	Q	        	
103		    203		   303		   Training	Level,	Test	3	GAI/USDF	Q	   155		 255		 355	     Intermediaire	II	GAI/USDF	Q	 	
111		    211		   311		   First	Level,	Test	1	            	    157		 257		 357		    Grand	Prix	GAI/USDF	Q	             	 	
112		    212		   312		   First	Level,	Test	2	            	    159		 259		 359		    Grand	Prix	Special
113		    213		   313		   First	Level,	Test	3	GAI/USDF	Q	 	    170		 270		 370		    Freestyle-Level	1-4	TOC	GAI/USDF	Q
121		    221		   321		   Second	Level,	Test	1	           	    175		 275		 375		    Freestyle-FEI	TOC	GAI/USDF	Q
122		    222		   322		   Second	Level,	Test	2	           	    301		 401		 501		    Dressage	Seat	Equitation	
123		    223		   323		   Second	Level,	Test	3	GAI/USDF	Q	     	     	     	        See	USEF	Article	1932
131		    231		   331		   Third	Level,	Test	1	                 501		 601		 701		    Test	of	Choice	(specify):	Pas	de		 	 	
132		    232		   332		   Third	Level,	Test	2	                 	     	     	        Deux,	IPEC,	Quadrille,	FEI	JR/YR
133		    233		   333		   Third	Level,	Test	3	GAI/USDF	Q       	     	     	        Individual	or	Team	Test	for	non-		 	
                                                              	     	     	        NAJYRC	competitionsGAI/USDF	Q
          * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.
                          Q = Great American Insurance Group/USDF Qualifying
Opportunity Class: USEF, USDF and CDS memberships not needed. No non--member
fees! Come try a licensed show! Cross entry with other classes permitted.
195	295	395	Training	level	2,	Opportunity	Class
196	296	396	Training	level	3,	Opportunity	Class
*Please indicate division; Open, JR/YR , or Adult Amateur on entry as these may be pinned separately.
          Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
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Show dates number 2 and 4 are Official Qualifying Competitions for the FEI North American Junior and
Young Riders’ Championships and Collecting Gaits Farm / USEF National Junior, Young Rider &Brentina
Cup Championships, and are Official Qualifying Competitions for the Markel/USEF Young Horse Dres-
sage Program and USEF National Developing Horse Dressage Championship (sponsored by the Dutta
Corp & PSI) - specific classes for these competitions:
Day 1:
602	FEI	Junior	Team	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
603	FEI	Young	Rider	Team	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
604	Brentina	Cup	Test	USEF	Qualifying	Q
605	USEF	Developing	Horse	Test	USEF	Qualifying	Q
Day 2:
700	FEI	Junior	Individual	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
701	FEI	Junior	Freestyle	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
702	FEI	Young	Rider	Individual	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
703	FEI	Young	Rider	Freestyle	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	Q
704	USEF	Four-Year-Old	Test	Markel/USEF	Qualifying	Q
705	FEI	Five-Year-Old	Test	Markel/USEF	Qualifying	Q
706	FEI	Six-Year-Old	Test	Markel/USEF	Qualifying	Q302A	Training	Level	Test	2
305A	First	Level	Test	1
306A	First	Level	Test	2
309A	Second	Level	Test	1
310A	Second	Level	Test	2
FEES:	 	 NAJRC/NAYRC/YOUNG	 HORSE/BRENTINA	 CUP/DEVELOPING	 HORSE	 -$	 70,	 Intro	 -	 $40,	Training-
Fourth	-	$50/class,	FEI/IPEC/Freestyles-	$60/class,	Equitation	-	$30,	Pas	de	Deux	-	$50,	Quadrille	-	$60.	Add	
$10	for	GreatAmerican	Insurance/USDF.		Office	fee	is	$20	per	entry.	Late	entries	accepted	as	space	allows	
with	a	$25	late	fee.	Billing	fee	of	$25	for	any	balance	due	and	all	future	entries	of	rider	and	owner	will	be	
returned	until	balance	is	paid.	Schooling	horses	-	$45/day	fee,	must	complete	official	entry	and	may	not	
use	any	arenas	during	competition	hours.	Haul-in	fee	of	$25	per	horse	per	day	for	any	horse	not	stabled.	
If	management	needs	to	verify/print	your	cards,	a	$5.00	charge	will	be	added.	Changes	after	the		closing	
date	may	incur	a	$10	charge.	


       CHRISTIANE NOELTING DRESSAGE CENTER
                                      PRESENTS THE 2011
                            Dressage Derby Series ***
                              ● May 27th / Derby I
                              ● May 28th - 29th / Derby II
                              ● June 24th / Derby III
                              ● June 25th - 26th / Derby IV
                              ● September 9th - 10th / Derby V




           WIN PRIZES WORTH
          MORE THAN $15,000
               including a Schleese Saddle,
                  tack and much more...



        For more information visit our website www.christianenoelting.com
                        or call our office (707) 454 0565
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QUALIFyING:	“Q”	 after	 a	 class	 number	 and/or	 description	 refers	 to	 Great	 American	 Insurance/USDF	
Qualifying.	If	you	intend	to	have	the	class	count	for	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying,	add	“Q”	
to	the	class	number	and	an	additional	$10	to	the	class	fee	on	your	entry	blank.	Please	refer	to	page	xxxx	in	
the	2011	Omnibus	for	the	requirements.		Great	American/USDF	Qualifying	classes	are	always	the	highest	
test	of	the	level:	EXAMPLE,	First	Level	Test	3Q	on	the	entry	blank.	Submit	documentation	to	verify	eligibility	
to		enter	freestyle		classes.
JUNIORS / yOUNG RIDERS: The	Team	&	Individual	tests	are	mandatory	for	competitors	entered	in	the	
NAJYRC	Competition	–	riders	must	complete	both	tests	for	scores	to	count.	The	FEI	Freestyle	is	offered,	but	
is	optional.	The	Team	Test	will	be	scheduled	PRIOR	to	the	Individual	and	Freestyle	Tests.
CHECKS PAyABLE TO:	Christiane	Noelting	Dressage	Center	(CNDC).	Online entries available at www.
EquestrianEntries.com
SCRATCHES/REFUNDS: 	Scratches	prior	to	entry	closing	refunded	in	full,	less	a	$25	scratch	fee.	No refund
for stabling or classes after entry closing.	No-shows	are	liable	for	all	charges.	No	refunds	due	to	weather	
conditions.
RIDE TIMES:	Times will be emailed and posted on www.christianenoelting.com
STABLING:	10	X	10	temp	stalls:	$130,	12	X	12	covered	pens	$150.	Stabling	fee	is	for	arrival	Thursday	after	12	
noon	and	departure	Sunday	post	show.	Additional	days	are	available	at	$35.00	per	day.	Stabling	granted	on	
first-come-first-served	basis.	Shavings	available	for	purchase	on	the	show	grounds.	Please	deposit	manure	
and	wash	horses	in	designated	areas	only.
ARENAS:	Performance	arenas	are	sand	courts	-	20	x	60m.	Covered	warm-up	-	25	x	60m	sand	and	rubber,	
outdoor	warm-up	-	20	x	60m	is	sand.	No	one	on	foot	allowed	in	warm-up.	Longeing	allowed	in	designated	
area	only.	Competitors	must	vacate	arenas	when	equipment	is	being	used.
AWARDS:	Ribbons	to	fifth	place.	Awards	to	first	in	classes	of	three	or	more.	High	Point	Exhibitor	of	the	
Derby	Series	receives	the	coveted	“Anders	Lindgren”	Perpetual	Trophy.	High	Point	Amateur	of	the	Series	
receives	the	Lee	Ann	Memorial	Perpetual	Trophy.	Series	High	Point	Junior/Young	Rider	receives	the	CNDC	
Junior/Young	Trophy.	High	Point	FEI	of	the	series	receives	the	Eric	Osterholm	memorial	trophy.	Each	show	
has	High	Point	Derby	jacket	for	First	through	Fourth	level.
VET/FARRIER: Numbers	posted	at	show	office.
HOTELS/RV: Comfort	Suites	Vacaville,	191	Lawrence	Drive,	Vacaville,	CA	95687,	Phone:	(707)	446-3000,	Fax:	
(707)	446-8784,	mention	special	CNDC/DERBY	rate	at	$69.99.Many	restaurants	nearby.	RV’s	-	$35/night	
with	NO	HOOKUP.
DIRECTIONS:	Meridian/Weber	exit	on	I-80.	Go	South	on	Weber,	right	at	stop.	Second	ranch	on	left,	black	
gate	entrance.
MISCELLANEOUS:	Dogs	must	be	on	a	leash.	Stray	dogs	will	be	impounded	and	held	for	$50	get	out	of	
jail	card.
                      Delicious BBQ dinner - EvERY SHOW ! JOIN THE FUN!
            Served after the show on Saturday (Shows #2 & #4) and Friday (Show #5)
                           Tickets are $25 each. - Please include on entry.
                        SERIES HIGH POINT LOTTERy - THE DERBy !
                        Thousands of dollars of valuable prizes awarded
                                     September 10, 2011
   At Shows #1, #2, #3, #4 and September 9: Training Test 3, First Test 3, Second Test 3,Third Test 3, Fourth
   Test 3, and all FEI will accumulate points. 1st-10 pts, 2nd-8 pts, 3rd-6 pts, 4th -4 pts. Classes with three
      or less receive half points. Levels and horses cannot be combined for points. Minimum to qualify
    for lottery is 34 points. All who qualify will be placed in the lottery drawing for prizes to be awarded
        September 10, 2011. Must be in full attire and be present with horses for the award ceremony.
                          WIN PRIZES WORTH MORE THAN $15,000
                           including a Schleese Saddle, tack and much more...
                                          Dressage Derby Series
                                          - May 27th, 28th - 29th
                                         - June 24th, 25th - 26th
                                              - September 9th
                   For more information visit our website www.christianenoelting.com
                                     or call our office (707) 454 0565

               CLINICS: Check Dressage Letters Calendar for the 2011 CNDC Clinic Schedule.

             Schleese Saddlery will conduct 3 saddle fitting clinics. Intensive Dressage Clinics
                   several different levels throughout the year (beginner to advanced )
                                  Call 707-454-0565 for more information.

                                               Horses for Sale
                                    A nice selection of horses at all times,
                         ranging from foals to older horses ready for the show ring.
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• Over $50,000 in Prize Money
  & Awards
• CDI–Y/J Del Mar, CA (USA)
• USEF Qualifying Competition
  for the 2011 National
  Grand Prix Championships
  National Intermediaire
  Championships/Pan American
  Selection Trials
• Young Adult & “Brentina Cup”
  Developing Horse & Markel Young
  Horse National Championships
• USEF/USDF Qualifiying
  Competition for NAJYRC &
  National Junior, Young Rider
  Championships
For Prize List and information contact:
Del Mar National Horse Show
2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd.
Del Mar, CA 92014
(858) 792-4288
www.delmarnational.com

For technical information call:
Regina Antonioli
(805) 306-1885
www.eqconcepts@earthlink.net

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Easy set-up for straight professional looking arenas

DRESSAGE ARENA PYLONS
                                                                                       High visibility
                                                                   Stackable           Safe construction
Pylons are manufactured in two weights and grades of
Rotational Molded Polyethylene Plastic, not Fiberglass.
They measure 16” by 17” at the base and are 15” tall.

MODELS AVAILABLE
CROSS LINK: Heavy duty model, molded in two
different directions. These are the best for an arena that is
set up at all times, winter and summer.
LINEAR: Light duty model, molded in one direction                   Convenient hand holds Easy assembly
only. These are the best for an arena that would be set up
                                                                           Letters also available
for short periods of time, taken down and stored under
cover.
FULL SIZED COURT (3 meter sections) Consists of 14                   Contact CDS Central Office
white and 48 black pylons.                                            CALIFORNIA DRESSAGE
FULL SIZED COURT (2-meter sections) Consists of 14
white and 70 black pylons.                                                   SOCIETY
SHORT COURT (3-meter sections or 2-meter sections)                         831-659-5696
Arenas can be ordered in reverse colors or all one color.
Rails are not included. At least 3 inch PVC pipe is                 paula@california-dressage.org
recommended to avoid sag.                                            www.california-dressage.org
ARENA LETTERS (14 inch base and 30 inches tall)
Visa and Mastercard accepted
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                            DENVILLE-KANANI DRESSAGE
     Not the Official Prize List, Please see Website, www.denville-kanani.com, or call Management for Official Prizelist


                                         LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS
                    Denville	Kanani	Equestrian	Center,	7191	Johnston	Road,	Pleasanton,	CA
                                                 SECRETARy:
                            Kris	Kalstrom,	925-389-6526	kris@denville-kanani.com

 Show Date #1: February 19-20, 2011
 Judge:	Fran	Dearing	(S)                                                Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognitions:	USEF,	Level	2	(7365),	USEF,	CDS                          Closing Date:		Feb	7,	2011
 Manager: Kris	Kalstrom	(925)	389-6526

 Show Date #2: March 19-20, 2011
 Judge: Sue	Curry	(S)                                                   Technical Delegate:		Susan	Lombardi
 Recognitions:	USEF,	Level	2	(7363),	USEF,	CDS                          Closing Date:		March	7,	2011
 Manager: Kris	Kalstrom	(925)	389-6526

 Show Date #3: April 16-17, 2011
 Judge:	Louise	Koch	(S)                                                 Technical Delegate:	Susan	Lombardi
 Recognitions:	USEF,	Level	2	(7364),	USEF,	CDS                          Closing Date:		April	2,	2011
 Manager: Kris	Kalstrom	(925)	389-6526
 Show Date #4: june 11-12, 2011
 Judge:	M.G.	Davidson	(S)                                               Technical Delegate:		TBA
 Recognitions:	USEF,	Level	2	(306894),	USEF,	CDS	                       Closing Date:		May	28,	2011
 Manager: Kris	Kalstrom	(925)	389-6526
 Show Date #5: November 5-6, 2011
 Judge:		Creeky	Rouston	(S)                                             Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognitions:	USEF,	Level	2	(248835),	USEF,	CDS                        Closing Date:		October	23,	2011
 Manager: Kris	Kalstrom	(925)	389-6526
CLASS No.               DESCRIPTION                             CLASS No.                           DESCRIPTION
T1	               Training	Level,	Test	1	                         4-1	               Fourth	Level,	Test	1
T2	               Training	Level,	Test	2                          4-2	               Fourth	Level,	Test	2
T2AA	             Training	Level,	Test	2		 Ad	Am                  4-3/4-3Q		         Fourth	Level,	Test	3		 Open	&	Q	
T3/T3Q	           Training	Level,	Test	3	 Open	&	Q                PSG/PSGQ			        Prix	St	Georges			       Open	&	Q
1-1	              First	Level,	Test	1                             I-1/I-1Q	          Intermediare	I			        Open	&	Q
1-1AA	            First	Level,	Test	1		    Ad	Am                  I-2/I-2Q	          Intermediare	II			       Open	&	Q
1-2	              First	Level,	Test	2	                            GP/GPQ	            Grand	Prix			            Open	&	Q
1-2AA	            First	Level,	Test	2		    Ad	Am                  FS/FSQ	            USDF	Freestyle		         Open	&	Q
1-31-3Q	          First	Level,	Test	3	     Open	&	Q               	                  (Level	1-4,	state	level)		
2-1	              Second	Level,	Test	1                            FEI-FS/FEI-FSQ	    FEI	Freestyle	           Open	&	Q
2-1AA	            Second	Level,	Test	1		 Ad	Am                    	                  (specify	level)	
2-2	              Second	Level,	Test	2	                           JR/JRQ	            FEI	Junior	Test			       Open	&	Q
2-3/2-3Q	         Second	Level,	Test	3	 Open	&	Q                  	                  (Specify	Test)	
3-1	              Third	Level,	Test	1                             YR/JRQ		           FEI	Young	Rider	Test		 Open	&	Q
3-2	              Third	Level,	Test	2                             	                  (Specify	Test)
3-3/3-3Q			       Third	Level,	Test	3			 Open	&	Q

       * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

          Open Date for all shows: 60 DAyS PRIOR TO FIRST DAy OF SHOW.
           PLEASE NOTE THE JUDGE’S STATUS WHEN CHOOSING CLASSES
             USDF/GreatAmericanInsuranceGroup Qualifying Classes
            ADD A “Q” AFTER THE CLASS NUMBER ON THE ENTRy FORM

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          Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
ENTRIES: For	all	shows:	Mail	to	P	O	Box	2257	Danville,	CA	94526.	Current	U.S.	Equestrian	Federation	rules	
apply.	IT	IS	THE	RESPONSIBILITY	OF	THE	COMPETITOR	TO	BE	INFORMED	OF	THE	RULES.	Entries	on	a	first	
come	basis.	Please specify desired day(s) on entry form.	All	classes	will	be	offered	on	all	days.	Freestyle	music	
must	be	on	compact	disc	and	entry	must	include	copy	of	qualifying	ride.	Entries must be completely filled
in with all required numbers and signatures.	COPIES	OF	APPROPRIATE	USEF,	USDF,	AND	CDS	CARDS	AND	
HORSE	REGISTRATIONS	MUST	BE	INCLUDED	WITH	ENTRY	O	ENTRY	WILL	BE	CONSIDERED	INCOMPLETE.	
INCORRECT	OR	INCOMPLETE	ENTRIES	MAY	BE	CHARGED	$10.00	PER	CORRECTION	AND/OR	MAY	NOT	BE	
ACCEPTED.	Opening date for all shows- 60 days prior to first day of show.	Show	will	close	early	if	oversub-
scribed.	Management	reserves	the	right	to	cancel	or	amend	any	or	all	classes	and	to	add	or	change	judges	
if	deemed	necessary.	Management	also	reserves	the	right	to	accept	conditionally	or	cancel	any	entries,	
qualify	riders	as	exhibitors,	prohibit	exhibition	of	entries	and	cancel	or	combine	prizes
FEES: For	All	Shows:	Checks	payable	to	KRIS	KALSTROM.Training	through	Fourth	Level	-	$50	per	class;	FEI-	-$55	
per	class.	Add	$10	for	GAIC/USDF	Qualifying	classes.	Freestyle	entry	fee	-	$55	OFFICE	FEE	OF	$15/ENTRY. No
refunds after closing date	unless	there	is	a	vet	or	doctor	certificate	and	the	ride	can	be	filled	from	waiting	
list.	$10	service	charge	per	class	will	be	deducted	from	any	refund	requested	before	closing	date.	$15 service
charge per class	will	be	deducted	from	any	refund	after	closing	date..	Returned	check	-	$20.	Post	entries	
will	be	accepted	only	as	space	allows	plus	late	fee	of	$10	per	ride.	Any changes in an entry (classes, horse,
rider, etc) will be charged an office fee of $10 per change.
TIMES: Times	will	be	emailed	be	posted	on	the	Denville	Kanani		and	Fox	Village	Dressage	web	sites.It	is	
the	exhibitor’s	responsibility	to	contact	show	management	if	times	are	not	received.
AWARDS: Ribbons	through	fifth	place;	Prizes	to	First	in	classes	with	two	or	more	horses.
STABLING: LIMITED	stabling	at	Denville	Kanani	and	additional	stabling	at	nearby	ranches.	Stabling	is	in	
permanent	stalls	with	doors.	ALL	stabling	must	be	arranged IN ADVANCE with	show	management. $30/
day/stall, (eg.- Fri and Sat-$60, Sat only=$30, Sat and Sun=$60, weekend=$90)
ACCOMMODATIONS: Many hotels nearby. Contact show management. Food available on the grounds.
DIRECTIONS: Located	between	Pleasanton	and	Danville	off	of	Camino	Tassajara.		
From	680-		Take	Sycamore	Valley	exit	in	Danville.		Go	east	8-9	miles	(Sycamore	becomes	Camino	Tassajara)	
Left	on	Johnston	Rd-	follow	Denville	Kanani	signs	(2.5	mi)		
From	580-Go	north	on	Santa	Rita/Tassajara	exit	in	Pleasanton	for	7-8	mi.	(past	Yarra	Yarra)		
Turn	right	on	Johnston	Rd	-	follow	Denville-Kanani	signs	(2.5	mi)
VET & FARRIER - Contact	numbers	for	on-call	vet	and	farrier	will	be	posted	in	the	show	office
FOOTING: Rubber	mix	in	show	arena.		Rubber	mix	for	warm-up.
OTHER: BOTH SHOW ARENA AND WARM-UP ARE COVERED. Sound	system.
No dogs or	unattended	children.	Office	fee	OF	$15	per	horse..	
Current	information		on	our	web	site	-




  “Q”	after	a	class	number	and/or	description	refers	to	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying.		If	
  you	intend	to	have	the	class	count	for	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying,	add “Q”	to	the	
  class	number	and	an	additional	$10	to	the	class	fee	on	your	entry	blank.	Please	refer	to	page	125	in	
  the	 2010	 Omnibus	 for	 the	 requirements.	 Great	 American/USDF	 Qualifying	 classes	 are	 always	 the	
  highest	test	of	the	level:	EXAMPLE:	First	Level	Test	4		(Open	and	Great	American/USDF	Qualifying)		
  Entry	Fee:	Normal	Class	Fee	+	$10	(if	Great	American/USDF	Qualifying	entry*)		*Eligible	competitors	
  must	 designate	 their	 entry	 as	“Great	 American/USDF	 Qualifying”	 on	 the	 entry	 blank,	 and	 submit	
  documentation	to	verify	eligibility	to	enter	the	class.



  All info available on web site -


               http://www.denville-kanani.com
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               CDS EAST BAY CHAPTER SHOWS & CLINIC
                                  Show Secretary: Robin	Katherman
                                    showsecretary@cdseastbay.org
                                    Show Manager: Tinsley	Cohen
                                    showmanager@cdseastbay.org
                          Shows at La Jolla Equestrian Center, Pleasanton CA
                           Not official Prize List. Please see website for official Prize List.

  CDS East Bay Chapter-Summer Show #1 – Saturday, April 23, 2011
  Judges:		Mike	Osinski	(S)                                                Opening Date: February	1,	2011
  	        TBA	(R)                                                         Closing Date: April	9,	2011
  Recognition:	USEF,	Level	2	(327739)	USDF,CDS	
  Clinic with Mike Osinski on Sunday, April 24, 2011
  at	La	Jolla	Equestrian	Center–See	details	following
  Show #2 Saturday, August 20, 2011
  Judge: TBA(S),	                                                          Opening Date: June	1,	2011
  	       Heidi	Gaian	(R)	                                                 Closing Date: August	6,	2011
  Recognition: USEF,	Level	2	(327740)	USDF,CDS
  Show #3 Sunday, August 21, 2011
  Judge: TBA(S),		Heidi	Gaian	(R)	                                        Opening Date: June	1,	201
  Recognition: CDS	only                                                   Closing Date: August	6,	2011
                                            SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
                              EACH SHOW DAy REQUIRES A SEPARATE ENTRy
                    (Please	indicate	division	on	entry	as	these	may	be	pinned	separately)
Class No.   Description                                 Class No. Description
A	          	 USDF	Introductory	Level	Test	A	           141	      	 Fourth	Level	Test	1
B	          	 USDF	Introductory	Level	Test	B	           142	      	 Fourth	Level	Test	2
101	        	 Training	Level	Test	1	                    143/143Q	 	 Fourth	Level	Test	3
102	        	 Training	Level	Test	2	                    144/144Q	 	 Fourth	Level	USDF	Freestyle
103/103Q	   	 Training	Level	Test	3	                    151/151Q	 	 Prix	St.	Georges
111	        	 First	Level	Test	1	                       161/161Q	 	 Intermediare	I
112	        	 First	Level	Test	2	                       162/162Q	 	 Intermediare	II
113/113Q	   	 First	Level	Test	3	                       165/165Q	 	 Intermediare	USDF	Freestyle
114/114Q	   	 First	Level	USDF	Freestyle	               172/172Q	 	 Grand	Prix	
121	        	 Second	Level	Test	1	                      175/175Q	 	 Grand	Prix	USDF	Freestyle
122	        	 Second	Level	Test	2	                      187	      	 IPEC	Class	of	Choice
123/123Q	   	 Second	Level	Test	3	                      191	      	 Materiale	Class-state	group	on	entry
124/124Q	   	 Second	Level	USDF	Freestyle	              192/192Q	 	 FEI	Test	of	Choice
131	        	 Third	Level	Test	1
132	        	 Third	Level	Test	2
133/133Q	   	 Third	Level	Test	3
134/134Q	   	 Third	Level	USDF	Freestyle

“Q” = Great American Insurance/USDF Qualifying Class. Please be sure to include “Q” after the
class number if you wish to have the score recorded as a qualifying ride. Remember to add $10 to
the entry fee for each qualifying class. (Shows 1 and 2 only)
ENTRIES: 	EACH	SHOW	DAY	REQUIRES	A	SEPARATE	ENTRY!		
Discounted office fee for online entries via EquestrianEntries.com
	         	          or	mail	to:
	         	          CDS	East	Bay	Chapter	•	c/o	Robin	Katherman
	         	          1598	B	Schenone	Court	•	Concord,	CA		94521
Online	entries	due	by	the	closing	date;	mailed	entries	must	be	postmarked	by	closing	date.	The	show	man-
agement	may	close	entries	early	if	the	show	is	full.		Entries	must	be	filled	out	completely,	signed	by	rider,	
owner,	trainer	and	coach	and	have	proper	fees	enclosed.	Junior	riders	(age	18	or	under)	must	have	the	parent	
or	guardian	parent	sign	the	release.	No	numbers	will	be	issued	without	completed	entries,	full	payment,	sig-
natures,	fees	and	copies	of	all	registration	cards.	PLEASE	REMEMBER	TO	SUPPLY	A	COPY	OF	ALL	MEMBERSHIP	
CARDS	(USEF,	USDF,	and	CDS)	for	horse,	rider,	owner,	trainer,	and	coach,	as	indicated	on	the	form	with	EACH	
entry.	For	further	details	see	THE	CDS	EAST	BAY	CHAPTER	WEBSITE:	WWW.CDSEASTBAY.ORG
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FEES:		Class	fees;	USDF	Introductory	Level	-	$40	per	test.		Training	through	Fourth	Level	$45	per	test,	FEI	
and	Freestyle	Classes	$55	per	test.		USDF	Qualifying	Classes	add	$10	per	class	fee.	Office	fees	per	entry;	$25	
for	mailed	paper	entries,	$15	for	entries	submitted	online	via	www.EquestrianEntries.com.	Return	check	
charge	is	$25.	Post	entries	may	be	accepted	as	space	allows	plus a $15 late fee.	All	other	USEF/USDF/CDS	
fees	listed	under	Mandatory	Fees	on	the	Entry	Form	apply.	
                             Make checks payable to “CDS East Bay Chapter”
FREESTyLES:	Freestyle	entries	must	send	a	copy	of	eligibility	test	with	entry.		Freestyle	music	must	be	on	
compact	disc.		Please	give	to	Show	Secretary	upon	check-in	on	show	day.	Sound	check	will	be	held	daily	at	
the	first	break	in	Ring	1.
SCRATCHES AND CANCELLATIONS:		It	is	the	responsibility	of	the	competitor	to	inform	the	show	sec-
retary	of	intention	to	scratch.		Scratches	made	before	the	closing	date	or	at	any	time	with	a	doctor’s	or	
veterinarian’s	certificate	will	have	fees	refunded	less	the	$25	office	fee.		Fees	for	scratches	after	closing	
date	without	a	veterinarian	or	doctor	certificate	will	not	be	refunded.		No	refunds	will	be	issued	if	Show	
Management	cancels	the	show.
MANAGEMENT:	Show	Management	reserves	the	right	to	interpret	all	questions	and	conditions	in	regard	
to	or	arising	out	of	any	incident	in	the	show	without	claims	for	damages	or	recourse	of	any	kind.	All	ques-
tions	not	covered	in	 these	rules	and	regulations	shall	be	decided	by	 the	Show	Management	and	 their	
decision	will	be	final.	The	Show	Management	reserves	itself	the	right	to	refuse,	accept	conditionally,	or	to	
cancel	any	entries,	disqualify	riders	or	exhibitors,	prohibit	exhibition	of	entries	and	to	cancel	award	prizes,	
without	claim	to	damage,	to	change,	cancel	or	combine	any	classes,	to	reschedule	classes	after	due	notice	
to	exhibitors,	cancel	the	show,	or	to	change	rings	or	substitute	officials.	The	judges	decisions	are	strictly	
their	own	and	the	Management	accepts	absolutely	no	responsibility	for	those	decisions.	
DIVISIONS:		Show	Management	reserves	the	right	to	pin	classes	by	divisions	as	entries	warrant.		Indicate	
Open/Adult	Amateur/Junior/Vintage	division	eligibility	on	the	entry.
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	posted	on	the	chapter	website	:	www.cdseastbay.org.	Please	submit	a	legible	
valid	email	address	with	entry.	Riders	should	be	prepared	to	ride	at	any	time,	as	classes	may	need	to	be	
scheduled	out	of	order.	
ARENAS and FOOTING:	Show	arena(s)	are	indoors	and	outdoors	(as	necessary)	and	are	standard	regula-
tion	size	(20m	x	60m)	overall	dimensions	approximately	100’	X	240’,	and	have	sand/rubber	footing	mix.	
Warm	up	arenas	may	be	indoors	or	outdoors	as	necessary	with	similar	footing.		
STABLING:	Limited,	permanent	12	x12	stalls	with	doors	available	at	$35/day.	Competitor	is	responsible	for	
feed/hay.		Contact	Show	Secretary	prior	to	mailing	entry	for	availability	and	reservations.		
DO NOT CONTACT FACILITY DIRECTLY FOR STABLING, YOU MUST CONTACT SHOW SECRETARY.
VET & FARRIER: 	On	call.	Phone	numbers	will	be	posted	at	the	show	office.
FOOD:	Breakfast	&	lunch	will	be	available	on	the	grounds	throughout	the	show.	
DOGS:	All	dogs	must	be	on	leash	and	well-behaved.
DIRECTIONS:	La	Jolla	Equestrian	Center;	5901	Tassajara	Rd.	Pleasanton,	CA.	Exit	Santa	Rita	Rd/Tassajara	
Rd.	off	Hwy	580	in	Dublin,	or	from	Hwy	680	exit	Crow	Canyon,	go	East	on	Crow	Canyon	to	Tassajara.		Turn	
right	on	Tassajara.

                        CLINIC WITH MIKE OSINSKI ON SUNDAy, APRIL 24TH
                Take advantage of a terrific early season opportunity to improve your tests.

  Compete	in	our	show	on	Saturday,	then,	on	Sunday,	participate	in	a	clinic	with	“S”	Judge	Mike	Osin-
  ski..	Mike	is	a	skilled	educator,	rider,	competitor	and	judge.	Clinic	rides	(privates)	will	be	$125	per	hour.	
  Participants	may	bring	your	test	and	a	DVD	of	Saturday’s	ride	for	additional	feedback.	See	more	infor-
  mation	about	Mike	at	mikeosinski.com.	Auditors	are	welcome;	East	Bay	chapter	members	may	audit	
  for	free,	$10	for	non-members.

                To schedule your ride, email the Show Secretary by the closing date.
	
Vendors welcome and encouraged! Please contact vendors@cdseastbay.org


                   ADVERTISE IN THE SHOW PROGRAM OR BE A CLASS SPONSOR!
Sponsor	a	class	for	your	farm,	business,	or	honoring	a	special	individual	in	your	life.	Showcase	your	busi-
    ness	or	send	a	special	message	to	your	trainer.	For	more	information	visit		www.cdseastbay.org



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                    FAIRWIND FARM PRESENTS
               DRESSAGE 2010 SHOW SERIES PRIZE LIST
                          LEVEL 2 SHOW
                                   LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                  Fairwind	Farm,	2276	Crane	Canyon	Road,	Santa	Rosa,	CA		95404
                   Sue	Curry-Shaffer:	707-483-0860	•	Kerri	Porter:	707-477-8204		
                                 SHOW MANAGER/SECRETARy:
            Dawn	Benson	(925)	719-1615	Fax:	(925)	803-0858	Text	Dawn	at:		925-719-1615
                                   dawn.benson@comcast.net
                     MAIL	ENTRIES	TO:	6671	Ebensburg	Lane,	Dublin,	CA	94568
        ENTER ON-LINE SAVE $15			www.equestrianentries.com			OFFICE FEE REDUCED TO $5.00
                               ECONOMIC STIMULUS AT FAIRWIND!


Show #1 - SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2011 – USEF/USDF: 316972- Separate Entry
JUDGE #1:	CHRISTEL	CARLSON,	(S)	CA																								      Opening Date:		Monday,	March	2,	2011
JUDGE #2:	HEIDI	GAIAN	(R)																									              Closing Date:		Wednesday,	May	12,	2011
Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis,	(R)	CA	                 				      			

Show #2 - SUNDAY, jUNE 19, 2011 – USEF/USDF: 320730 - Separate Entry
JUDGE #1:	Creeky	Routson,	(S)	CA																								 Opening Date:		Monday,	March	2,	2011
JUDGE #2:	CAULEEN	GLASS	(R)                              Closing Date:			Wednesday,	June	8,	2011
Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis,	(R)	CA

SHOW #3 - FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 SCHOOLING DAY
JUDGE: Janis	Linman	(UNRATED)	                                     Opening Date:		Monday,	June	1,	2011
                                                                   Closing Date:			Wednesday,	August	18,	2011


Show #4 - SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 27-28, 2011 Dressage show AND
Breed Show	USEF/USDF 316368 – Dressage – Separate Entry
JUDGE #1:	Lilo	Fore,	(I),	CA																								               Opening Date:		Monday,	June	1,	2011
JUDGE #2:	Dolly	Hannon,	(S),	CO                                    Closing Date:			Wednesday,	August	18,	2011
Technical Delegate:	Janis	Linnan,	(R)	ID															

                                              SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

SAT    SUN     CLASS NO.                       SEC.          SAT     SUN    CLASS NO.                          SEC.
A		    AA	     USDF.	Intro	Test	A	            O-A-J	         142	    242	   Fourth	Level	Test	2	              O-A-J
B		     BB	    USDF	Intro	Test	B	             O-A-J	         143	    243	   Fourth	Level	Test	3	              O-A-J,-Q
101	   201	    Training	Level	Test	1	         O-A-J	         144	    244	   Fourth	Level	Freestyle	           O-A-J,-Q
102	   202	    Training	Level	Test	2	         O-A-J	         152	    252	   Prix	St.	George	                  O-A-J,-Q
103	   203	    Training	Level	Test	3	         O-A-J-Q	       161	    261	   Intermediare	I	                   O-A-J,-Q
111	    211	   First	Level	Test		1	           O-A-J		        162	    262	   Intermediare	II	                  O,	Q
112	   212	    First	Level	Test		2		          O-A-J	         165	    265	   Intermediare	I	Freestyle	 O,	Q
113	   213	    First	Level	Test		3	           O-A-J-Q	       172	    272	   Grand	Prix	                       O,Q
115	   215	    First	Level	Freestyle	         O-A-J	         174	    274	   Grand	Prix	Special	               O
121	   221	    Second	Level	Test	1	           O-A-J	         175	    275	   Grand	Prix	Freestyle	             O,	Q
122	   222	    Second	Level	Test	2	           O-A-J	         181	    281	   FEI	YR	Team	Test	                 YR,	Q	     	
123	   223	    Second	Level	Test		3	          O-A-J	-Q	      182	    282	   FEI	YR	Individual	Test	           YR,	Q	     	
125	   225	    Second	Level	Freestyle	        O-A-J,-Q		     183	    283	   FEI	YR	Prix	St.	George	Freestyle	 YR,	Q
131	   231	    Third	Level	Test	1	            O-A-J	         184	    284	   FEI	JR	Team	Test	                 JR,	Q	     	
132	   232	    Third	Level	Test	2	            O-A-J	         185	    285	   FEI	JR	Individual	Test	           JR,	Q
133	   233	    Third	Level	Test	3	            O-A-J,-Q	      190	    290	   Pas	de	Deux	                      O-A-J
134	   234	    Third	Level	Freestyle	         O-A-J,-Q	      191	    192	   Quadrille	State	Test	             O-A-J
141	   241	    Fourth	Level	Test	1	           O-A-J	         291	    292	   FEI	Para-Equestrian	TOC	 O-A-J



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Schooling	Day	is	open	to	dressage	and	eventing	competitors.	Prizes	to	the	1st	place	winners	and	ribbons	
to	5th.	$25	/	ride;	Test	of	Choice	in:	Intro,	First,	Second,	Third,	Fourth,	FEI	and	in	Eventing:	Beginner	Novice,	
Novice,	Training,	Preliminary,	Intermediate,	Advanced,	FEI	tests	CIC	and	CCI	all	stars.	Fill	out	separate	
entry	located	on	the	www.Fairwindfarm.com	website.	Office	fee	$10;	CDFA	$5	and	trailer	in	fee	is	$10,	
stabling	$45/day.	Note:	Additional	classes	(ponies,	young	horses,	etc.)	may	be	added	as	demand	warrants.	
Dover	class	will	be	Second	Level,	Test	3.		Breed	awards	offered.	
GAIG/USDF	Qualifying	Classes	ADD	a	“Q”	after	the	class	number	on	the	entry	form.		NOTE:	Rider/Owner	
must	be	full	members	of	USEF	and	participating	members	of	USDF.		Horse	must	be	lifetime	or	annual	
member	of	USEF	AND	Lifetime	of	USDF.	

ENTRy FEE SCHEDULE
ENTRIES:	 To register painlessly on-line at www.equestrianentries.com. You only pay a $5 office fee.
Please	use	USEF/CDS	entry	form	that	can	be	found	at	www.fairwindfarms.com	or	www.scoringchix.com.	               	
All	entries	must	be	postmarked	by	the	closing	date,	or a late fee of $10	will	be	charged	per	entry.	Show	
management	may	close	entries	early	if	the	show	is	full.		Entries must be filled out completely, a $10 fee
will apply to all incomplete entries. EACH ENTRY MUST INCLUDE A COPY OF ALL MEMBERSHIP CARDS
(USEF, USDF, AND CDS) for horse, rider and owner, trainer and coach as indicated on the form.
Make checks payable to Fairwind Farm.	If	competitors	check	is	returned	a	$35	bank	fee	will	be	charged,	any	
account	left	unpaid	will	be	turned	over	to	USEF	for	further	action.
ENTRy FEES PER CLASS:	
	 	 SDF	Introductory	Level-	$30 per test	
    U
	 	 raining	Level-	Fourth	Level	(A/O)	$50 per test and (JR/YR) $45 per test
    T
	 	 EI	classes	$60 per test	and	(JR/YR)	$55 per test
    F
	 	 SDF	QUALIFYING	CLASSES	add $10	per	class	fee.	
    U
    E
	 	 ntry	changes	after	closing	date-	$15
    I
	 	 ncomplete	Entry	Fee-	$20
    L
	 	 ate	Entry	Fee-$10	accepted	as	space	is	unavailable.	
MANDATORy ENTRy FEES PER HORSE: USEF Drug Fee-	$15;	CDFA Drug Fee-	$5;	Office Fee-	$20	(Only $5
if by entering on-line	at	www.equestrianentries.com);	CDS Travel Grant Fee- $2; Grounds Fee- $10/horse
–	economic	stimulus	package	rate.
FREESTyLES:	Freestyle	entries	must	send	copy	of	eligibility	test	with	entry.	Freestyle	music	must	be	on	
compact	disk.	Please	give	to	Show	Secretary	upon	check	in	on	show	day.
SCRATCHES AND CANCELLATIONS:		It	is	the	responsibility	of	the	competitor	to	inform	the	show	secre-
tary	of	intention	to	scratch.	Scratches	before	the	closing	date	or	at	any	time	with	a	doctors	or	veterinarians	
certificate	will	have	fees	refunded	less	the	$20	office	fee.	Show	cancellation	or	reschedule	for	a	rain	date	
will	not	be	refunded.	
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	emailed	and	posted	on	the	Wednesday	before	each	show	date	at	www.fair-
windfarms.com	or		WWW.SCORINGCHIx.COM		it	is	the	responsibility	of	the	rider	to	call	the	secretary	if	
ride	times	can	not	be		found	on-line.	Riders	should	be	prepared	to	ride	at	any	time,	as	classes	may	need	to	
be	scheduled	out	of	order.	PLEASE SUBMIT A LEGIBLE EMAIL ADDRESS.
AWARDS:	Ribbons	1st-	5th,	prize	to	1st,	if	less	than	3	in	class	only	ribbons	will	be	awarded	and	ribbons	for	
High	Score	for	each	day	for	FEI,	AA,	Open,	and	YR/JR,	Best	turned	out,	early	entry.	Lots	of	prizes	will	be	avail-
able.	SERIES HIGHPOINT COOLERS FOR FEI, OPEN, ADULT AMATEUR, JR/YR.
ARENAS & FOOTING:	All	tests	will	be	ridden	in	20	X	60	meter	Nike/sand	arenas.	One	warm-up	arena	
covered,	another	slightly	smaller.		Only	competition	horses	in	arenas	during	competition.	
PARKING:	Plentiful	and	easy!
STABLING: Limited	permanent	12x12	stalls	with	doors	at	$40	a	day	(not	night)	(includes	$10	grounds	fee.)	
Double-stall	for	mare	and	foal	is	$55/day.		Extra	shavings	$9	each.		Covered	paddocks	also	available	upon	
request.		Send	in	stabling	request	with	entry.
VET AND FARRIER:	On-Call,	numbers	posted	in	show	office.
LODGING:		Best	Western,	6500	Redwood	Drive,	Rohnert	Park,	CA	94928;	Rodeway	Inn	Wine	Country,	6288	
Redwood	Drive,	Rohnert	Park,	CA	94928;	Americas	Best	Value	Inn	and	Suites,	5135	Montero	Way,	Petaluma,	
CA	94954.		On	grounds	lodging	for	fully-contained	vehicles	is	$35/day.
FOOD:	Food	will	be	available	throughout	the	show.
DOGS:	Dogs	are	allowed	on	grounds	but	MUST	be	on	a	leash	or	we	will	fine	you	$50.	
PHOTOGRAPHER/VIDEOGRAPHER:		Ruth	Lake	Photography	–	Please	check	out	your	photos	at		http://
www.lakewebdesign.com/	
DIRECTIONS TO FAIRWIND:	2276	Crane	Canyon	Road,	Santa	Rosa,	CA		101	to	Rohnert	Park	Expressway,	
East	to	Petaluma	Hill	Road,	Left	on	Petaluma	Hill	to	Crane	Canyon.		East	(right)	to	2276	Crane	Canyon	on	
right,	just	after	cul-de-sac	sign.		About	2-4	miles.		

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IMPORTANT NOTE:		HELMETS	MUST	BE	WORN	AT	ALL	TIMES	WHILE	NOT	SHOWING,	INCLUDING	FRIDAY	
BEFORE	SHOW.	(TOP	HATS	WORN	DURING	COMPETITION	HOURS	ONLY.)
ALL Entries must be completely filled in with all required numbers & signatures.
COPIES	OF	APPROPRIATE	USEF,	USDF,	AND	CDS	CARDS AND HORSE REGISTRATIONS	(ENTRY	NAMES	MUST	
MATCH	FEDERATION	CARD	NAMES)	
MUST	BE	INCLUDED	WITH	ENTRY	OR	ENTRY	WILL	BE	CONSIDERED	INCOMPLETE.	INCORRECT	OR	INCOM-
PLETE	ENTRIES	MAY	BE	CHARGED	A	$10	PER	CORRECTION	AND/OR	MAY	NOT	BE	ACCEPTED.	PLEASE	SEND	
IN	ONE	ENTRY	PER	HORSE/RIDER	FOR	EACH	SHOW.	ENTRIES	ARE	NOT	COMPLETE	UNTIL	ALL	OF	THE	ABOVE	
IS	SATISFIED.


                 FAIRWIND FARM DRESSAGE SPORT HORSE BREED SHOW
              West	Coast	Qualifying	Event	for	the	2011	Great	American	Insurance	Group/USDF	
                                   Breeders	Championship	Series	Final

BREED CLASSES FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2011
Judge:	Lilo	Fore,	“I”,	CA	         	        	   	TD:	Janis	Linnan

young Horse/Sport Horse Classes - $40 per class
Classes 526-527, No Fee
To	be	shown	in	hand	at	the	walk	and	trot	on	the	triangle.	Judged	for	suitability	to
become	dressage	horses.	To	be	scored	60%	movement,	30%	conformation,	10%
general	impression.	Bridles	are	mandatory	for	horses	2	years	old	and	older.
	 	     518		 Yearling	Filly	Prospects
	 	     519		 Yearling	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
	 	     520		 Two-Yr	Old	Filly	Prospects
	 	      521		 Two-Yr	Old	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
	 	     522		 Three-Yr	Old	Filly	Prospects
	 	     523		 Three-Yr	Old	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
	 	     524		 2009	Fillies,	with	or	without	dam,	foal	only	to	be	judged
	 	     525		 2009	Colts,	with	or	without	dam,	foal	only	to	be	judged
	 	     526		 **Filly	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	GAIG/USDF	Breeder	-	1st	
	 	     and				 2nd	placed	horses	in	518,	520,	522,	524)
	 	     527		 **Colt	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	GAIG/USDF	Breeder	-	1st	
	 	     and		 2nd	placed	horses	in	519,	521,	523,	525

Mature Horse/Breeding Classes - $40 per class
Classes 532-533, No Fee
To	be	shown	in	hand	at	the	walk	and	trot	on	the	triangle.	Judged	for	suitability	to
become	dressage	horses.	To	be	scored	50%	movement,	40%	conformation,	10%
general	impression.	Bridles	are	mandatory	for	horses	2	years	old	and	older.
	 	     528		 Four-year-old	and	older	mare	with	or	without	foals.	
	 	       	    Mares	only	to	be	judged.
	 	     529		 Four-year-old	and	older	Maiden	or	Yeld	mares	(not	nursing	or	currently	in	foal)
	 	     530		 Four	and	Five-year-old	Stallions
	 	      531		 Six-year-old	and	older	Stallions
	 	     532		 **Mare	Championship	(Qualifier	for	GAIG/USDF	Breeder)	
	 	       	    first	two	places	from	classes	528	and	529
	 	     533		 **Stallion	Championship	(Qualifier	for	GAIG/USDF	Breeder)	
	 	       	    first	two	places	from	classes	530	and	531

Great	American/USDF	Breeders	Championship	West	Coast	Finals	to	be	held	at	CDS	Championships	–	Oc-
tober	6-9,	2011	at	Murieta	Equine	Complex,	Rancho	Murieta,	CA,	in	conjunction	with	 the	USDF	/	Great	
American	




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                                              FIELDSTONE FARM DRESSAGE
                                           Not the Official Prize List, May call Management for Official Prizelist

                                         LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                              Fieldstone	Farm,		5915	Faught	Rd,	Santa	Rosa,	CA	95403
                                             MANAGER/SECRETARy:
                                       		Sandra	Labrucherie				707-837-8997
 Show Date #1: july 17, 2011 - Fieldstone Farm Dressage
 Judge:		Melonie	Kessler	(S)                                   Opening Date:		June	30,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	(283154),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:		July	5,	2011
 Technical Delegate:		Susan	Lombardi

 Show Date #2: August 21, 2011 - Fieldstone Farm Dressage
 Judge:		Pamela	Nelson	(S)                                     Opening Date:		May	31,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF	(7041),	USDF,	CDS                         Closing Date:		August	10,	2011
 Technical Delegate:			Rebecca	Lewis
CLASS No.      DESCRIPTION                                     CLASS No.                 DESCRIPTION
1	     Training	Level,	Test	1                                  33	     Third	Level,	Test	3	            Q
2	     Training	Level,	Test	2                                  41	     Fourth	Level,	Test	1
3	     Training	Level,	Test	3	    Q                            42	     Fourth	Level,	Test	2
11	    First	Level,	Test	1                                     43	     Fourth	Level,	Test	3	           Q
12	    First	Level,	Test	2                                     50	     Prix	St	Georges	                Q
13	    First	Level,	Test	3	       Q                            51	     Intermediare	I	                 Q
21	    Second	Level,	Test	1                                    52	     Intermediare	II	                Q
22	    Second	Level,	Test	2                                    53	     Grand	Prix	                     Q
23	    Second	Level,	Test	3	USDF	Dover	Medal		Q                71	     Musical	Freestyle	              Q
31	    Third	Level,	Test	1                                     	       (Level	1-4,	specify	level)
32	    Third	Level,	Test	2                                     72	     FEI	Musical	Freestyle	          Q
                                                               	       (specify	level)

         * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.
            Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
ENTRIES:		Mail	to:		5915	Faught	Rd,	Santa	Rosa,	CA	95403.		Checks	payable	to	Fieldstone	Farm.		No	refunds	
after	closing	date	unless	ride	is	filled	from	waiting	list.		Fee	of	$20	will	be	deducted	from	refunded	entries.	               	
Post	entries	may	be	accepted	at	discretion	of	management.		NOTE:		A	copy	of	all	cards	(USEF,	USDF,	CDS)	
for	rider,	owner,	trainer	and	coach	(if	applicable)	MUST	accompany	entry.		YOUR	ENTRY	IS	NOT	COMPLETE	
UNTIL	THESE	ARE	ATTACHED.	Completed	entries	will	have	priority.	You	may	enter	online	at	equestrianen-
tries.com.
QUALIFyING: “Q”	after	a	class	number	and/or	description	refers	to	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Quali-
fying.		If	you	intend	to	have	the	class	count	for	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying,	add “Q”	to	the	
class	number	and	an	additional	$10	to	the	class	fee	on	your	entry	blank.	Please	refer	to	page	135	in	the	2009	
Omnibus	for	the	requirements.	Eligible	competitors	must	designate	their	entry	as	“Great	American/USDF	
Qualifying”	on	the	entry	blank,	and	submit	documentation	to	verify	eligibility	to	enter	the	class.	
FEES:	 All	 entries	 $20	 nonrefundable	 office	 fee.	 	Tr-IV	 -	 $55;	 FEI	 -	 $60;	 Freestyle	-	 $70.	 	 Add	 $10	 for	 Great	
American	Insurance,	USDF	Qualifying.
TIMES:		Riding	times	will	be	phoned	or	emailed	to	exhibitor.		It	is	the	exhibitor’s	responsibility	to	contact	
show	management	if	times	are	not	received.	Times	also	on	website:	www.fieldstonefarm.biz
AWARDS:			Ribbons	through	sixth	place.		Prizes	to	first	place	in	classes	with	two	or	more	horses.		
STABLING:		Limited	stabling	available.		Stabling	is	in	permanent	12	x	12		stalls	with	doors.	$30/night,	includes	
feed	and	bedding.		Contact	show	management.
ACCOMMODATIONS:		Many	motels	nearby.		Restaurants	within	one	mile	of	farm.		
DIRECTIONS:		From	Santa	Rosa	go	north	on	101	toward	Windsor.		Take	E.	Shiloh	Rd	exit.		Turn	right.		Road	
dead	ends	at	Faught	Rd.		Turn	left.		Farm	is	1/4	mile	on	left.
VETERINARIAN and FARRIER:	Jaime	Kerr,	DVM	(707)	795-1701.	Farrier:	Phil	Tresenrider	(707)	696-7717.
FOOTING:		Sand	and	airfoot	mix	warm-up;		sand	and	airfoot	mix	competition	arena.	Arena	is	250’x150’.
OTHER:		Video	service	available.	Lunging	available	in	round	pen.	Management	reserves	the	right	to	change	
judges.		Check	times	upon	show	arrival	for	any	changes.
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                                     FOOTHILL CHAPTER
                           CDS	“Summer	In	The	City”	Dressage	Schooling	Show	Series	
                                        Location:	To	Be	Announced


   SHOW MANAGER/ SECRETARy:	Colleen	Reid	                        Phone: 916-717-7286	
   4252	Mason	Lane,	Sacramento,	CA	95821	                        eqsport@comcast.net

   SHOW DATE #1 March 13, 2011	                            		
   Competition Clinic	Saturday	March	12                         Recognition:	Schooling	Show	/	No	recognition	
   Judge:	Sandi	Chohany	(S)		 	                                 Closing Date:			March	8,	2011

   SHOW DATE #2 june 5, 2011
   Competition Clinic	Saturday	June	4                           Recognition:	Schooling	Show	/	No	recognition	
   Judge:	Louise	Koch	(S)	   	                	                 Closing Date:			Closes	May	30,	2011	   	

   SHOW DATE# 3 October 23, 2011
   Competition Clinic	Saturday	October	22	                 	 Recognition:	Schooling	Show	/	No	recognition	
                                                                    	
   Judge:	Trenna	Atkins	(S)	                                 Closing Date:			October	17,	2011		     	


CLASSES OFFERED:

1.		USDF	Intro,	A	                  5.		Training	Level,	T-3	          9.	2nd	Level,	T-1																				
2.		USDF	Intro,	B		                 6.	1st	Level,	T-1		               10.	2nd	Level,	T-2																			
3.		Training	Level,	T-1	            7.	1st	Level,	T-2		               11.	2nd	Level,	T-3		          																
4.		Training	Level,	T-2	            8.	1st	Level,	T-3						           12	Test	of	Choice	3-FEI																																											
	                                   															                   	
		                                   	


ENTRIES: 	Mail	to	Colleen	Reid,	4252 Mason Lane, Sacramento, CA 95821.	All	entries	must	be	RECEIVED	by	
closing	date.	No	refunds	after	closing	date	unless	vet	certificate	AND	the	ride	can	be	filled	from	waiting	
list.			Late	entries	will	be	accepted	if	space	available.	$20	fee	on	returned	checks.	Show	will	close	early	if	
oversubscribed.
	
FEES:		$30/Test.		$10	Office	Fee.	$5	CDFA	Drug	Fee.	Make	checks	Payable	to		Foothills-CDS.

AWARDS: Ribbons	through	5th.	Prizes	to	1st	in	classes	with	two	or	more	horses.	Open/AM/JR	High	Score	
Award.
	
TIMES: Times	will	be	emailed	or	phoned,	rider	should	contact	management	if	times	have	not	been	
received.		Ride	times	will	also	be	posted	on	our	website,	www.foothillscds.com,	as	will	our	premium	and	
show	results.
	
ARENAS:	Lunging	in	round	pen	only.		Only	horses	entered	in	show	will	be	permitted	in	competition	and	
warm-up	arenas.	
	
STABLING:			Limited	stabling	available.	$35/night,	$55	for	2	nights	

OTHER:			Videographer	and	Digital	photographer	available

                            Show	and	Competition	Clinic	entries	found	on	website
                                             www.foothillscds.org
                              or	enter	online	using	www.equestrianentries.com




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                                FRANKTOWN MEADOWS
                                          www.franktownmeadows.com
   Not the Official Prize List, Please see Website, www.franktownmeadows.com, or call Management for Official Prizelist

Show Date #1: june 11-12, 2011 – june Dressage Classic
 Location:		Franktown	Meadows	Equestrian	Ctr                      Manager:	Lynne	Garnett	775	-	831-4261
 4200	Old	Hwy	396	N,	Carson	City,	NV		89704                       Secretary:	Janette	Oakes	530	–	756-8503
 Judge:		Pamela	Nelson	(S)                                        Technical Delegate:		Fiona	Hillen
 Recognitions:	USEF	Level	2	(290494),	USDF,	CDS                   Close Date:		05/28/2011

CLASS No.     DESCRIPTION                CLASS No.     DESCRIPTION
SAT    SUN                                               SAT SUN
101	   201	    Training	Level,	Test	1                    142	 242	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2
102	   202	    Training	Level,	Test	2                    143	 243	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3	*
103	   203	    Training	Level,	Test	3*                   Q	     Q	     *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying
Q	     Q	      *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying	                 170	 270	 FEI	-	specify	test	*	
111	   211	    First	Level,	Test	1                       Q	     Q	     *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying
112	   212	    First	Level,	Test	2                       FREESTyLES
113	   213	    First	Level,	Test	3*                      150	 250	 USDF	Freestyle-	specify	test	*	
Q	     Q	      *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying                  Q	     Q	     *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying
121	   221	    Second	Level,	Test	1                      180	 280	 Intermediate	I	Freestyle*	
122	   222	    Second	Level,	Test	2                      Q	     Q	     *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying
123	   223	    Second	Level,	Test	3*                     181	 281	     	Grand	Prix	Freestyle*
Q	     Q	      *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying                  Q	     Q	     *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying
131	   231	    Third	Level,	Test	1                       USDF INTRODUCTORy LEVEL	
132	   232	    Third	Level,	Test	2	                      161	 261	 USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	A	**
133	   233	    Third	Level,	Test	3	*                     162	 262	 USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	B	**
Q	     Q	      *	Add	“Q”	for	Qualifying                  163			 263			 USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	C
141	   241	    Fourth	Level,	Test	1                      		**May	not	cross	enter	canter	classes


       * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

         Unless otherwise stated, the rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.

ENTRIES: Mail	to	Janette	Oakes,	2408	Amapola	Dr.,	Davis,	CA		95616,	or	fax	530-756-8503.	Checks	payable	
to:	Franktown	Meadows	Equestrian	Facility.	No	refunds	after	closing	date	for	any	reason.	Post	entries	may	
be	accepted	at	discretion	of	management.	NOTE:	a	copy	of	all	cards	(USEF,	USDF,	CDS)	for	rider,	owner,	
trainer	and	coach	(if	applicable)	MUST	accompany	entry.	YOUR	ENTRY	IS	NOT	COMPLETE	UNTIL	THESE	ARE	
ATTACHED.	Completed	entries	will	have	priority.	$5.00	charge	if	management	has	to	print	your	cards.	
QUALIFyING:	“Q”	after	a	class	number	and/or	description	refers	to	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Quali-
fying.	If	you	intend	to	the	class	count	for	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying,	add	“Q”	to	the	class	
number	and	an	additional	$10.00	to	the	class	fee	on	the	entry	blank.	Please	refer	to	the	2011	Omnibus	for	
the	requirements.	Eligible	competitors	must	designate	their	entry	as	“Great	American/USDF	Qualifying”	
on	the	entry	blank,	and	submit	documentation	to	verify	eligibly	to	enter	the	class.	
FEES:		All	entries	$20.00	nonrefundable	office	fee.	Introductory	thru	Fourth-$45;	FEI	&	Freestyle-$55.	*Add	
$10	for	Great	American	Insurance,	USDF	Qualifying.	Schooling	horses	$45/day.		Haul	in	fee	$15/horse/day	
for	any	horse	not	stabled.
TIMES:	Times	will	be	posted	on	www.franktownmeadows.com
AWARDS:		Ribbons	through	Fifth.	Prizes	to	1st	place	in	classes	with	3	or	more	horses	or	score	of	>	60%.	
STABLING:	$120	/	show,	(Fri,Sat,Sun)	Call	for	early	or	late	arrival.
ACCOMODATIONS:	Many	affordable	motels	and	hotels	in	the	Reno/Carson	City	area.	Food	will	available	
for	purchase	on	the	show	grounds.
DIRECTIONS:	Information	posted	on	the	website.
OTHER:	Vet/Farrier	will	be	available	on	call.	Contact	numbers	will	be	posted	in	the	show	office.
FOOTING:	Sand	and	decomposed	granite	mix.

       Please check the website for the most updated information www.franktownmeadows.com

                                                        - 78 -
                                        FRESNO CHAPTER
                      Not the Official Prize List, May Contact Management for Official Prizelist
                                        LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                  La	Dolce	Vita	Equestrian	Center13244	E.	Bullard		Ave.,	Clovis,	CA	93619
                                  Updates posted on www.fresnocds.net

 Show date #1 – june 4, 2011 – CDS Dressage in the Valley II
 Judge:	Pam	Nelson		(S)                                             Secretary:	Carole	Calderwood	
 Recognitions:	USEF	Level	1	(316958),	USDF,	CDS                     For	show	information	call	(559)	868-3506
 Manager:	Deb	Moerman,	(559)	297-1935                               Open Date:		April	24,	2011
 Technical Delegate:		Cynthia	Collins                               Close Date:	May	21,	2011

 Show date #2 – October 30, 2011 – CDS Dressage in the Valley III
 Judge:	Sue	Curry	Shaffer		(S)                                      Secretary:	Carole	Calderwood	
 Recognitions:	USEF	Level	1	(317313),	USDF,	CDS                     For	show	information	call	(559)	868-3506
 Manager: Deb	Moerman,	(559)	297-1935                               Open Date:	September	18,	2011
 Technical Delegate:		TBA                                           Close Date:	October	16,	2011

 Show date #3 – December 4, 2011 – CDS Toys for Tots Open Schooling Show
 Judge:	TBA		(L)                                                    Secretary:		Carol	Parks,	(559)	765-4755
 Recognitions:	Open	Schooling	Show                                  Open Date:		October	22,	2011
 Manager:	Deb	Moerman,	(559)	297-1935                               Close Date:	November	19,	2011

For additional activities throughout the year, please contact our Co-Chairs: Melissa Creswick at
(559) 250-1226 or Connie Everett at (559) 289-8648. Also please check out our website
www.fresnocds.net.
CLASS No. DESCRIPTION                                     CLASS No. DESCRIPTION
101	  Training	Level,	Test	1	                             153	  Intermediaire	I	           	           Q
102	 Training	Level,	Test	2	                              155	  Intermediaire	II
103	 Training	Level,	Test	3	       Q	                     157	  Grand	Prix		               	           Q
111	  First	Level,	Test	1	                                159	 Grand	Prix	Special
112	  First	Level,	Test	2	                                165	 FEI	Test	of	Choice	         	           Q
113	  First	Level,	Test	3	         Q                      171	  First	Level	Freestyle	     	           Q
121	  Second	Level,	Test	1	                               172	  Second	Level	Freestyle		 	             Q
122	  Second	Level,	Test	2	                               173	  Third	Level	Freestyle		    	           Q
123	  Second	Level,	Test	3	        Q                      174	  Fourth	Level	Freestyle		 	             Q
	     Dover	Medal	Class		          	          	           175	  Intermediaire	I	Freestyle	 	           Q
131	  Third	Level,	Test	1	                                176	 Grand	Prix	Freestyle	       			         Q
132	  Third	Level,	Test	2	                                177	  FEI	Miscellaneous	Freestyle
133	  Third	Level,	Test	3	         Q                      183	  Pas	de	Deux	–	specify	Level	
141	  Fourth	Level,	Test	1	                               191	  Quadrille	Compulsory	–	specify				
142	  Fourth	Level,	Test	2	                               192	 Quadrille	Freestyle	–	specify	Test	
143	  Fourth	Level,	Test	3	        Q                      801		 Dressage	Equitation
151	  Prix	St.	Georges	            Q



Opportunity Classes	-	Memberships	waived;	please	review	USEF	Rule	GR821.	Shows	2	&	3	only.
105				Training	Level,	Test	1     115				First	Level,	Test	1    125				Second	Level,	Test	1
106				Training	Level,	Test	2     116				First	Level,	Test	2    126			Second	Level,	Test	2
                              Cross	entry	with	other	classes	permitted

Q = GreatAmInsuranceGroup/USDF Regional Finals Qualifying – June and October only
Add “O”, “A/A” or “JR/yR” to each Class
         Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.




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ENTRIES:	Checks	payable	 to:	Fresno	CDS.	For	Shows	#1	and	#2:	call	Carole	Calderwood	(559)	868-3506	
for	mailing	information.	Show	#3	(Toys	for	Tots)	–	Carol	Parks,	1595	E.	Salem	Avenue,	Fresno,	CA		93720.		No	
refunds	after	closing	date	for	any	reason.	Post	Entries	allowed	if	space	or	scratches	permit.	Additional	charge	
of	$10	per	class	for	post	entry.	Management	reserves	the	right	to	cancel	or	amend	any	and	all	classes	and	
to	add	or	change	judges.	If	a	second	arena	is	added,	it	will	be	a	20mx40m,	small	court,	loamy	sand.	Check	
rating	of	judge	when	entering	classes.
FEES:	Shows	#1	&	#2	-	Intro	-	$40;	All	other	classes	$50.	Office	Fee	of	$30/entry.	Late	Fee	of	$20	for	entries	
accepted	after	closing	date.	Add “Q” to class and $10 for USDF/GreatAmInsuranceGroup Qualifying class.
Show	#3	please	check	chapter	website,	www.fresnocds.net,	for	all	information,	premium	and	entry.
TIMES:	Will	 be	 emailed	 where	 possible	 AND	 posted	 on	 www.fresnocds.net.	 PLEASE	 SUBMIT	 A	 LEGIBLE	
EMAIL	ADDRESS.	ALL	RIDERS	ARE	RESPONSIBLE	FOR	SECURING	THEIR	RIDE	TIMES.
AWARDS:	RibbonS	thru	5th.	Prizes	to	1st	in	classes	of	3	or	more.	O,J,A	classes	not	combined	for	awards.	Shows	
#1	and	#2	-	USDF/Dover	Medal	awarded	to	highest	scoring	Adult	Amateur	with	minimum	score	of	58%.
STABLING:	Silver	Glen	Stables,	8175	W.	Ashlan	Avenue,	Fresno,	CA.		Permanent	12x12	box	stalls	with	roofs	
and	sliding	doors.	Contact	Linda	Van	Kirk	559-285-1153.
ACCOMMODATIONS:	Marriott	Courtyard,	Fresno	Airport,	559-251-5200.
DIRECTIONS:	All	shows:	La	Dolce	Vita	Equestrian	Center,	13244	E.	Bullard	Avenue,	Clovis,	CA	93619.	Highway	
99	to	180	East	to	168	East,	go	to	Herndon	Avenue	exit.		Go	East	on	Herndon	Avenue	approximately	8	miles	
to	stop	sign	at	Academy.	Turn	right	or	south	on	Academy	and	go	approximately	1	and	1/2	miles	to	Bullard	
Avenue.	Turn	left	or	East	on	to	Bullard	Avenue	and	go	approximately	1/4mile	to	first	gravel	road	on	left.	
Drive	all	the	way	back	into	the	Eucalyptus	trees	and	follow	signs.
ARENAS:	Warm-up	arena	is	sand.	20mx60m	competition	arena	is	loamy	sand.	
LUNGE:	In	designated	areas	only.
OTHER:	Food	available	on	show	grounds	for	Dressage	in	the	Valley	II	&	III.	No	dogs	on	show	grounds.		Must	
send	photocopy	of	rider’s,	owner’s,	trainer’s,	and	coach’s	USEF,	USDF,	and	CDS	cards	with	entry	for	triple	rated	
shows.	For	CDS	shows,	must	send	photocopy	of	rider’s	and	owner’s	cards.	Amateurs	must	show	amateur	
card	or	send	copy.	In	the	event	of	rain	prior	to	show,	it	is	rider’s	responsibility	to	call	to	determine	whether	
show	is	cancelled.	Shows	not	cancelled	unless	footing	deemed	unsafe.		Veterinarian	and	farrier	on	call;	
phone	numbers	posted	in	show	office.

Please check on www.fresnocds.net for an updated and final premium of the Fresno Chapter
shows.
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                                    GAVILAN CHAPTER
                                    www.gavilanchaptercds.org

                             “Our mission is to feed the passion of all
                            dressage enthusiasts by providing a venue
                              in which they can express themselves”

                            See www.GavilanChapterCDS.com for the official prize list.

                                     LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS
                     Osierlea,	334	Mission	Vineyard	Road,	San	Juan	Bautista,	CA	95045

 Gavilan Chapter june Show – june 25-26, 2011
 Judge: Jan	Curtis	(S)                                   Secretary:	Gigi	Cunliffe	102	Village	Lane
 Recognitions:	USDF/USEF	#316716	,	CDS                   Daly	City,	CA	94015	650-796-3355	gigic9@aol.com
 Manager: Rebecca	Vignieri	415.819.1578                  Open Date:		May	16,	2011
 Technical Delegate:		Susie	Lombardi                     Close Date:	June	18,	2011
 Gavilan Chapter Summer Show #1 – August 27-28, 2011
 Judge: Paula	Lacy	(S)                                   Secretary:	Gigi	Cunliffe	102	Village	Lane
 Recognitions:	USDF/USEF	-#285908	,	CDS                  Daly	City,	CA	94015	650-796-3355	gigic9@aol.com
 Manager: R.	Vignieri	415.819.1578                       Open Date:		July	18,	2011
 Technical Delegate:		Susie	Lombardi                     Close Date:	August	20,	2011

         2011 Classes Offered
         Opportunity,	two	classes                        Prix	St.	Georges
         Intro	A,	B	&	C                                  Intermediare	I
         Training	Level	all	Tests                        Intermediare	II
         First	Level	all	Tests                           Grand	Prix
         Second	Level	all	Tests                          Grand	Prix	Special
         Third	Level	all	Tests                           Musical	Freestyle	levels	1	–	4	and	FEI
         Fourth	Level	all	Tests                          FEI	Junior	and	Young	Rider	Tests

Obtaining a Official prize list
The	official	prize	list	may	be	found	on	our	web	site:	www.GavilanChapterCDS.com.
The	official	prize	list	may	be	received	by	eMailing:	rvignieri@gmail.com
The	official	prize	list	may	be	received	by	mail	by	calling:	Rebecca	Greening	Vignieri	415-819-1578.
The	official	prize	list	may	be	received	in	writing:	Rebecca	Greening-Vignieri,	9805	Wilford	Way,	
Gilroy	Ca.	95020.	rvignieri@gmail.com


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             Greenville Equestrian Center Dressage
                                          Not the official Prize List,
                     Please check www.greenvilleequestriancenter.com for Official Prize Lists.
                                       LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS
                             Greenville	Equestrian	Center	at	Bar	None	Ranch
                                4180	Greenville	Road		Livermore,	CA	94550
           MAIL ENTRIES TO: Laurie	Daniel-Smith	5442	Gold	Creek	Cir		Discovery	Bay,	CA	94505
                                                CONTACTS:
                  Show	Manager	–	Erika	Ibsen	925-260-0928,		erikaibsen@gmail.com	
               Show	Secretary–Laurie	Daniel-Smith	510-672-3260,		ldsonhorse@aol.com
                      EACH SHOW DATE REQUIRES A SEPARATE ENTRy FORM

 Show Date #1: April 2, 2011
 Judge:	TBA	       	           	        	             	            Technical Delegate: Shari	Humble-Lamb
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327702)	USDF,	CDS			     	            Closing Date: March	20,	2011

 Show Date #2: April 3, 2011
 Judge:	TBD	(S)	   	           	        	             	            Technical Delegate: Shari	Humble-Lamb
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327703)	USDF,	CDS	       	            Closing Date: March	20,	2011

 Show Date #3: August 13, 2011
 Judge:	Jane	Weatherwax	(S)	 	          	             	            Technical Delegate: Cindy	Reid
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327706)	USDF,	CDS	       	            Closing Date: July	31,	2011
 Show Date #4: August 14, 2011
 Judge:	Jennifer	Roth	(S)	CA	 	         	             	            Technical Delegate: Cindy	Reid
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327707)	USDF,	CDS	       	            Closing Date: July	31,2011
 Show Date #5: October 29, 2011
 Judge:	Sonya	Vracko	(S)	CA	 	          	             	            Technical Delegate: Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327708)	USDF,	CDS	       	            Closing Date: October	15,	2011

 Show Date #6: October 30, 2011
 Judge:	Sonya	Vracko	(S)	CA	 	          	             	            Technical Delegate: Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(327709)	USDF,	CDS	       	            Closing Date: October	15,	2011

        Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
                       SCHEDULE OF CLASSES (Tentative and subject to change)
CLASS No.             DESCRIPTION                         CLASS No.            DESCRIPTION
1	       Training	Level,	Test	1                           42	     Fourth	Level,	Test	2
2	       Training	Level,	Test	2                           43	     Fourth	Level,	Test	3	     	              Q
3	       Training	Level,	Test	3	 	               Q        43AA	   Fourth	Level,	Test	3	     Adult	Amateur		Q	
3AA	     Training	Level,	Test	3	 Adult	Amateur		Q         60	     Prix	St.	Georges	         	              Q
4	       Opportunity	Training	Level,	Test	1	     	        61	     Intermediare	I	           	              Q
5	       Opportunity	Training	Level,	Test	3               62	     Intermediare	II	          	              Q
11	      First	Level,	Test	1                              63	     Grand	Prix	               	              Q
12	      First	Level,	Test	2                              71	     Level	1	Freestyle	        	              Q
13	      First	Level,	Test	3	     	              Q        72	     Level	2	Freestyle	        	              Q
13AA	    First	Level,	Test	3	     Adult	Amateur		Q        73	     Level	3	Freestyle	        	              Q
14	      Opportunity	First	Level,	Test	1                  74	     Level	4	Freestyle	        	              Q
15	      Opportunity	First	Level,	Test	3                  75	     FEI	Freestyle	(specify	level)	           Q
21	      Second	Level,	Test	1                             76	     FEI	Test	of	Choice	(if	not	listed)	      Q
22	      Second	Level,	Test	2                             77	     Materiale	Class	(specify	group)	
23	      Second	Level,	Test	3	    	              Q        81	     USDF	Introductory	A
23AA	    Second	Level,	Test	3	    Adult	Amateur		Q	       82	     USDF	Introductory	B
31	      Third	Level,	Test	1                              83	     USDF	Introductory	C
32	      Third	Level,	Test	2                              84	     IPEC	Test	of	Choice
33	      Third	Level,	Test	3	     	              Q        85	     Pas	de	deux
33AA	    Third	Level,	Test	3	     Adult	Amateur		Q	       86	     Quadrille
41	      Fourth	Level,	Test	1
        * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.
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“Q” = Great American Insurance / USDF Qualifying Class. Please be sure to include “Q” after the
class number if you wish to have the score recorded as a qualifying ride. Remember to add $10 to
the entry fee for each qualifying class.

  PLEASE REMEMBER TO ENCLOSE A COPy OF ALL MEMBERSHIP CARDS (USEF, USDF, and CDS) for
       horse, rider, owner, trainer, and coach, as indicated on the form with EACH entry.

                   PLEASE USE ENTRy FORMS AVAILABLE IN yOUR CDS OMNIBUS
               OR SEND yOUR ENTRy IN ON-LINE AT WWW.EQUESTRIANENTRIES.COM

                        Make checks payable to “Greenville Equestrian Center”

ENTRIES:	All	entries	must	be	postmarked	by	the	closing	date.		The	show	management	may	close	entries	
early	if	the	show	is	full.		Entries	must	be	filled	out	completely,	signed	by	rider,	owner,	trainer	and	coach	
and	have	proper	fees	enclosed.		Junior	riders	(age	18	or	under)	must	have	the	parent	or	guardian	parent	
sign	the	release.	No	numbers	will	be	issued	without	completed	entries,	full	payment,	signatures,	fees	
and	copies	of	all	registration	cards.	
FEES:		Class	fees;	USDF	Introductory	Level	-	$40	per	test.		Training	through	Fourth	Level	$50	per	test,	FEI	
and	Freestyle	Classes	$55	per	test.		Pas	de	deux	$50,	Quadrille	$60,	Opportunity	$50.	USDF	Qualifying	
Classes	add	$10	per	class	fee.	
Office	fees	per	entry;	$25	for	mailed	paper	entries,	$15	for	entries	submitted	on-line.	(On-line	entries	avail-
able	at	www.EquestrianEntries.com)	Return	check	charge	is	$25.	Post	entries	will	be	accepted	as	space	
allows	plus a $15 late fee.	Missing	cards	printed	by	secretary	$5.	All	other	USEF/USDF/CDS	fees	listed	
under	Mandatory	Fees	on	the	Entry	Form	apply.	
FREESTyLES:	Freestyle	entries	must	send	a	copy	of	eligibility	test	with	entry.		Freestyle	music	must	be	on	
compact	disk.		Please	give	to	Show	Secretary	upon	check-in	on	show	day.	Sound check will be held daily
at the first break.
SCRATCHES AND CANCELLATIONS:		It	is	the	responsibility	of	the	competitor	to	inform	the	show	secre-
tary	(510)	672-3260	of	intention	to	scratch.		Scratches	made	before	the	closing	date	or	at	any	time	with	
a	doctor’s	or	veterinarian’s	certificate	will	have	fees	refunded	less	the	office	fee.		Fees	for	scratches	after	
closing	date	without	a	veterinarian	or	doctor	certificate	will	not	be	refunded.
MANAGEMENT:	The	Horse	Show	Management	reserves	the	right	to	interpret	all	questions	and	condi-
tions	in	regard	to	or	arising	out	of	any	incident	in	the	show	without	claims	for	damages	or	recourse	of	
any	kind.	All	questions	not	covered	in	these	rules	and	regulations	shall	be	decided	by	the	Horse	Show	
Management	and	their	decision	will	be	final.	The	Horse	Show	Management	reserves	itself	the	right	to	
refuse,	accept	conditionally,	or	to	cancel	any	entries,	disqualify	riders	or	exhibitors,	prohibit	exhibition	of	
entries	and	to	cancel	award	prizes,	without	claim	to	damage,	to	change,	cancel	or	combine	any	classes,	
to	reschedule	classes	after	due	notice	to	exhibitors,	or	to	change	rings	or	substitute	officials.	The	judges	
decisions	are	strictly	their	own	and	the	Management	accepts	absolutely	no	responsibility	for:	those	
decisions.	
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	emailed	and	posted	on	the	Greenville	website	(www.greenvilleequestrian.
com)	Please	submit	a	legible	valid	email	address	with	entry.		It	is	the	rider’s	responsibility	to	inform	man-
agement	if	times	are	not	received.	Riders	should	be	prepared	to	ride	at	any	time,	as	classes	may	need	to	
be	scheduled	out	of	order.	
AWARDS:	Ribbons	through	5th	place.	
ARENAS and FOOTING:	Show	arena	is	outdoors	and	is	standard	regulation	size	(20m	x	60m)	overall	
dimensions	approximately	100’	X	240’,	and	has	sand/rubber	footing	mix.	Warm	up	arena	may	be	indoors	
or	outdoors	as	necessary	with	similar	footing.		
STABLING:	Limited,	permanent	12	x12	stalls	with	doors	available	at	$30/day.	Competitor	is	responsible	
for	feed/hay.		Stabling	is	first	come-first	served	for	paid	entries.	Must	include	stabling	request	on	show	
entry.
VET & FARRIER:		On	call.	Phone	numbers	will	be	posted	at	the	show	office.	
FOOD:	Breakfast	&	lunch	will	be	available	on	the	grounds	throughout	the	show.	
DOGS:	All	dogs	must	be	on	leash	and	well-behaved.
DIRECTIONS:	Greenville	Equestrian	Center;	4180	Greenville	Rd.	Livermore	CA	94550.	Exit	Greenville	Rd	off	
of	Hwy	580	in	Livermore.




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Golden Gate Arabian Horse Association All Breed Dressage Show
                         Not the Official Prize List, Please call Management for Official Prizelist
 Date: Saturday, june 18, 2011
 Location:		Sonoma	County	Fairgrounds,		                       Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis	‘R’
 1350	Bennett	Valley	Rd.,	Santa	Rosa,	CA                       Steward: TBA
 Judge:		Creeky	Routson	(S)                                    Closing Date:		May	27,	2011
 Recognitions:	USEF,	USDF,	AHA,	CDS                            Qualify for Region III & Pacific Slope Champ
 Manager:	Michael	Caruana		707-292-7779
 Secretary:Sue	Plasman	530-695-0509
CLASS No.                     DESCRIPTION                     CLASS No.                                  DESCRIPTION
1.	 Intro	Level	Test	A					     A/HA/AA	                      28.		Second	Level	Test	2				            A/HA/AA		$
2.			 Intro	Level	Test	A					   Open	                         29.	Second	Level	Test	2				             Open
3.			 Intro	Level	Test	A					   A/HA/AA-JTR		$	               30.	Second	Level	Test	2				             A/HA/AA-AOTR		$
4.			Intro	Level	Test	B					    A/HA/AA	                      31.		Second	Level	Test	2				            A/HA/AA-ATR					$
5.			 Intro	Level	Test	B					   Open	                         32.		Second	Level	Test	3					 A/HA/AA				$
6.			Training	Level	Test	1				 A/HA/AA		$	                    33.		Second	Level	Test	3					 Open
7.			 Training	Level	Test	1				 A/HA/AA-JT	R		$	              34.		Third	Level	Test	1										 A/HA/AA				$
8.			Training	Level	Test	1				 Open	                          35.		Third	Level	Test	1										 Open
9.			Training	Level	Test	1				 A/HA/AA-ATR			$	               36.		ABS	Third	Level	Test	1			 A/HA/AA-	ATR				$
10.		Training	Level	Test	2			   A/HA/AA		$	                   37.		Third	Level	Test	2										 A/HA/AA				$
11.		 Training	Level	Test	2			  Open	                         38.	Third	Level	Test	2										 Open
12.		Training	Level	Test	2			   A/HA/AA-AOTR		$	              39.		Third	Level	Test	3										 A/HA/AA	               		$
13.		Training	Level	Test	3			   A/HA/AA		$	                   40.	Third	Level	Test	3											 Open
14.		Training	Level	Test	3			   Open	                         41.	 Fourth	Level	Test	1	               A/HA/AA			$
15.		First	Level	Test	1			      A/HA/AA		$	                   42.		Fourth	Level	Test	1									 Open
16.		First	Level	Test	1				     A/HA/AA-JTR			$	              43.		Fourth	Level	Test	2									 A/HA/AA	               		$
17.		 First	Level	Test	1			     Open		                        44.	Fourth	Level	Test	2									 Open
18.		First	Level	Test	1			      A/HA/AA-ATR		$	               45.	Fourth	Level	Test	3									 A/HA/AA				$
19.		First	Level	Test	2			      A/HA/AA		$	                   46.	Fourth	Level	Test	3									 Open	
20.	First	Level	Test	2			       Open	                         47.	 Prix	St.	Georges	                  A/HA/AA				$
21.		First	Level	Test	2			      A/HA/AA-AOTR			$	             48.	Prix	St.	Georges														 Open
22.		First	Level	Test	3				     A/HA/AA		$	                   49.	Intermediate	I	                     A/HA/AA				$
23.		First	Level	Test	3			      Open	                         50.	Intermediate	I																			 Open
24.		Second	Level	Test	1			     A/HA/AA		$	                   51.	 Intermediate	II	                   A/HA/AA				$
25.		Second	Level	Test	1			     Open	                         52.	 Intermediate	II																		 Open
      S
26.		 econd	Level	Test	1			     A/HA/AA-JTR		$	               53.		Grand	Prix																								 A/HA/AA	         			$
27.	 ABS	Second	Level	Test	1			 A/HA/AA-ATR	$	                54.	Grand	Prix																								 Open
ENTRIES: Non	Arabian	entries	may	use	a	copy	of	the	entry	blank	included	in	Omnibus.		Make	checks	payable	to	
GGAHA	(Golden	Gate	Arabian	Horse	Assoc.)		Arabian,	Half-Arabian,	Anglo-Arabian	entries	must	use	entry	blank	
in	premium	book.		For	premium	book	contact	Margaret	Shepherd,	1180	Rose	Ave.,	Penngrove,	CA		94951.	707-792-
1990/707-235-8902.		MargaretSh@aol.com.
All	entries	must	be	ACCOMPANIED	BY	COPIES	of	appropriate	USEF,USDF,	CDS,	AHA	membership	cards,	copies	of	
USDF,	USEF	Horse	registration,	or	AHA	registration	papers,	fees	and	signatures.		Amateurs	must	provide	copies	of	
their	cards	reflecting	amateur	status.	Include	email	address	on	entry.	Entries	accepted	in	order	received	and	must	
be	postmarked	May	27,2011	or	will	be	considered	a	late	entry,	charged	an	additional	$10.00	late	fee	and	given	a	ride	
time	only	as	scheduling	permits.	Each	returned	check	will	be	assessed	$25.00.		
Mail entries to	Sue	Plasman	2582	Jennifer	Drive,	Live	Oak,	CA		95953
Fees: 		Intro	Level	$45.00;	Training	level-Second	level	$55.00;	Third	Level	$60.00;	Fourth	Level	$65.00,	Prix	St	George	
to	Grand	Prix	$70.00,				Office	fee	$15.00	per	horse.	
A/HA/AA	designates	class	as	Arabian/Half	Arabian/Anglo	Arabian	 ATR		Amatuer	to	ride	                 $		Prize	Money
Open-class	open	to	all	breeds													JTR			Junior	to	ride	          Tests	2011
Times:		Will	be	called	or	emailed	the	week	of	the	show.		Competitor	is	responsible	for	obtaining	ride	times.	
Awards:		Ribbons	first	to	fifth,	trophies	to	first	place	in	classes	with	three	or	more	entries.		Money	in	designated	
Arabian	classes.
Stabling:		Sonoma	County	Fairgrounds.		Day	stalls	&	tack	rooms	(one	day	use	only)	$40.00.	Stalls/Tack	rooms	being	
used	overnight	$75.00.		Stalls	are	12	x	12	permanent,	full	doors.		Straw	will	be	provided.	Fairgrounds	charges	$50.00	
cleanup	fee	for	shavings.	Notify	Manager	if	planning	to	use	stalls	overnight.		Trailer	in	fee	$15.00.
Accommodations/Food:		Snack	bar	available	on	fairgrounds.		Best	Western	Garden	Inn,	1500	Santa	Rosa	Ave.,	Santa	
Rosa,	CA	95404	(707)	584-7435.	For	additional	info	call	show	secretary.
Directions:		Sonoma	County	Fairgrounds,	Santa	Rosa,	CA:	Hwy	101,	Hwy	12,	Brookwood	Avenue,	Use	south	gate.	            	
Chris	Beck	Arena	and	stabling	and	parking	available	on	the	south	end	of	the	fairgrounds.		Show	office	at	the	south	
end	of	Chris	Beck	Arena.		
Veterinarian/Farrier: 	On	Call.	Names	and	numbers	posted	in	show	office.
Footing:		Both	Chris	Beck	Arena	and	the	adjacent	warm	up	arena	are	sandy	loam.	Standard	court.	
Parking:		In	areas	designated	by	management.	
Dogs:		Must	be	on	leash.	Management	reserves	the	right	to	require	owners	to	remove	unruly	dogs.
Please	consider	the	Fairwind	Farm	show	on	Sunday	June	19,2011,	for	a	two	show	weekend.	Fairwind	is	less	than
7	mi	from	Fairgrounds;	a	15	minute	by	car-30	with	trailer	drive	from	the	Sonoma	County	fairgrounds.	Contact
Dawn	Benson	for	info	925-719-1615
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                                     Shows
               Our Chapter offers a Spring and Fall Show each year.
                   Contact us for details and a show premium.

                                   Clinics
        We currently offer monthly clinics with a variety of excellent clinicians.
     Diana Muravez and German Schneider are frequently in the High Desert.

                         Monthly Activities
Our chapter is always looking for fun and inventive activities to do with our horses…
                 from various clinics to fun days on a regular basis.
  We are lucky to have chapter members who offer their great facilities in several
                  High Desert locations, all with wonderful footing.

                                   Meetings
              We meet monthly on the 1 st Tuesday of each month.
       Business agenda is followed by educational format for most meetings.
                Guest speakers are scheduled 4 or 5 times a year.

                             Contacts for Chapter:
                              Ona Eby 760-868-1223
                            Pat Ebbecke 760-247-4505
                  Look for the High Desert Chapter on Facebook




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          Location of Shows:                                         Mail Entries to:
	         1151 Bear Creek Rd.
                 Location	of	Shows:	                                 Laurie Daniel-Smith
                                                                  Mail	Entries	to:
	                1151	Bear	Creek	Rd.	
          Briones, CA 94553                                       Laurie	Daniel-Smith
                                                                     5442 Gold Creek Circle
	                Briones,	CA	94553	                               5442	Gold	Creek	Circle
	         925-228-5790
                 925-228-5790	                                       Discovery Bay, CA 94505
                                                                  Discovery	Bay,	CA	94505
                                             CONTACTS:
        Show Manager – Hetty Dutra 925-228-5790, cowgirlinc@eathlink.net
                                      CONTACTS:
             Show	Manager	–	Hetty	Dutra	925-228-5790,		cowgirlinc@eathlink.net		
      Show Secretary – Laurie Daniel-Smith 510-672-3260, ldsonhorse@aol.com
               Show	Secretary	–	Laurie	Daniel-Smith	510-672-3260,		ldsonhorse@aol.com

    Three Star Shows
    Hossmoor Spring Dressage Show
                           Three	Star	Shows
         Show Date: May 7, 2011
                     Hossmoor	Spring	Dressage	Show
             Closing: April 23, 2011
                                Show	Date:	Saturday	May	7,	2011
                                      Closing:	April	23,	2011
                    TBD                                   TD: TBD
             Judge:Judge:	Sonja	Vracko	(S)	WA								TD:	Susan	Lombardi	(R)	CA
             Recognitions: USEF/USDF/CDS # 325936, Level 2
                        Recognitions:	USEF/USDF/CDS	#	325936,	Level	2
    Hossmoor Fall Dressage Show
                       Hossmoor	Fall	Dressage	Show
         Show Date: October 2, 2011
                       Show	Date:	Sunday	October	2,	2011
             Closing: September 18, 2011
                                   Closing:	September	18,	2011
             Judge: TBD                                     TD: TBD
                Judge:	Sue	Curry-Schafer	(S)	CA								TD:	Maureen	Van	Tuyl	(R)	CA
                         Recognitions:	USEF/USDF/CDS	#328456,	Level	2
             Recognitions: USEF/USDF/CDS #328456, Level 2
                                   “No	Class”	Schooling	Shows
    Schooling Shows                  Spring	Schooling	Show
    Summer Schooling Show
                        Show	Date:	Sunday	May	8,	2011
         Show Date: July Closing:	See	website	for	details
                         10, 2011
                       Judge:	Christiane	Noelting	(r)	CA
             Closing: See Schooling info for details
             Judge: TBD         Fall	Schooling	Show
                                  Show	Date:	Saturday	October	1,	2011
    Fall Schooling Show Closing:	See	website	for	details
                           Judge:	Heidi	Gaian	(R)	CA
           Show Date: October 1, 2011
             Closing: See Schooling info for details
               Please	visit	www.hossmoor.com	for	complete	prize	list	and	classes	offered.
             Judge: TBD
            Schooling	shows	offer	the	FEI	Event	tests,	Pony	Club	tests,	and	other	exhibition
           classes	in	addition	to	all	Dressage	tests.	The	tests	are	done	without	“classes”.	You
        Please visit www.hossmoor.com for complete prize list and classes offered.
                         pick	your	ride	time,	and	everyone	gets	a	blue	ribbon!
      Schooling shows offer the FEI Event tests, Pony Club tests, and other exhibition
                      Stabling	available.	Photography	and	videography	available.
                             classes in addition to all Dressage tests.
           Quiet,	relaxed	atmosphere.	Rubber	footing	both	warm-up	and	competition	rings.
                            Stabling available. Photography available.
                               Management	encourages	on-line	entries	at	
      Quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Rubber footing both warm-up and competition rings.
                EquestrianEntries.com,	by	offering	reduced	office	fees	for	on-line	entries.

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      Unless	otherwise	stated,	the	Rules	on	pages	22-27	apply	to	all	shows	listed	on	this	page.
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         Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages XX-XX apply to all shows listed on this page.

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                  California Dressage Society

                          Kaweah Chapter

Our Chapter is located in Tulare County in the Central Valley of California.
Our members are from communities such as Three Rivers, Springville, Exeter,
                      Visalia, Porterville and Tulare.


We hold meetings and host a number of social events, clinics, playdays and
other fun and informational events throughout the year. New members are
                    always welcome, please join us!


      For more information about our chapter and activities, contact
       Mickie Hull at 559 592 9170 or mickiehullcds@earthlink.net
        or Beth Koenig at 559 688 0371 or koenig@clearwire.net


                  Our website is www.kaweahcds.com




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                   Kern River Dressage Chapter




                          California Dressage Society
                               California Dressage Society
      We	are	a	small	but	devoted	chapter	located	in	Bakersfield.	We	meet	for	a	meeting	
      every	first	Tuesday at 6:30pm at Casa Munoz (in the Banquet Room) on 1736 Union
      Ave
          small but devoted food and located in Bakersfield. We meet for a
We are a in Bakersfield for goodchapter chat.
      We	are	planning	Spring	and	Fall	CDS	rated	shows	and	clinics	at	various	Bakersfield	
meeting every first Tuesday at 6:30pm at Casa Munoz (in the Banquet Room)                   on
      locations.	See	our	website	for	dates	and	locations.
1736 Union Ave in Bakersfield for good food and chat.

     We	have	an	annual	foal	tour	each	year	to	visit	our	local	Quality	Sport	Horse	Breed-
We are planning Spring and Fall CDS rated shows and clinics at various
Bakersfield locations. See our website for dates and locations.
     ers	and	to	appreciate	the	variety	of	sport	horse	breeds	available.

We have an annual foal tour each year to visit our local Quality Sport Horse
     http://www.kernrivercds.org
Breeders and to appreciate the variety of sport horse breeds available.
       If	you	are	new	to	the	area	or	new	to	Dressage	and	want	more	information,	Please	
http://www.kernrivercds.org
       join	us!

If you are new to the area or new to Dressage and want more information,
       Call	to	confirm	meeting	time	and	location.
Please join us!
      Chairperson	 Mellanie	Burkhart	 661-747-5810	        Mellanie@confettifarms.com	
Call to confirm meeting time and location.
      Co-Chair	    Sue	Dockweiler	    661-282-9757	        suedockweiler@yahoo.com
      Secretary	   Andrea	VanNest	 661-834-3345	           aavannest@igalaxy.net
Chairperson: Mellanie Burkhart 661-747-5810.              Mellanie@confettifarms.com
      Treasurer	
Co-Chair                              661-663-9479	
                   Donna	Frazier	 661-282-9757
               Sue Dockweiler                              paintist@gotpaint.com
                                                          suedockweiler@yahoo.com
      Newsletter	 Mia	Selvidge	
Secretary                             	
               Andrea VanNest 661-834-3345                 mia@buttonwillow.com
                                                          aavannest@igalaxy.net
Treasurer       Donna Frazier          661-663-9479       paintist@gotpaint.com
Newsletter      Mia Selvidge                              mia@buttonwillow.com

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                                          MARIN CHAPTER
            Not the Official Prize List, Please call Management for Official Prizelist

 Show Date #1: May 22, 2011 - May Show
 Location:		Fairwind	Farm                                 Secretary:	Mary	Ann	Howard		530-269-3449
 2276	Crane	Cyn	Rd,	Santa	Rosa,	CA                        26624	Table	Meadow	Road,	
 Judge:		Melonie	Kessler	(S)	                             Auburn,	Ca	95602-8960
 Recognitions:	USEF	(870),	USDF,		CDS                     Technical Delegate:	TBA
 Manager:		Karen	Piper	707-338-4184
 P.O.	Box	659	El	Verano,	CA	95433-0659

CLASS No.            DESCRIPTION                              CLASS No.                        DESCRIPTION
1	    Training	Level,	Test	1                               42	    Fourth	Level,	Test	2
2	    Training	Level,	Test	2                               43	    Fourth	Level,	Test	3	                  Q
3	    Training	Level,	Test	3	                     Q        50	    Prix	St	Georges	                       Q
11	   First	Level,	Test	1                                  51	    Intermediare	I	                        Q
12	   First	Level,	Test	2                                  52	    Intermediare	II	                       Q
13	   First	Level,	Test	3	                        Q        53	    Grand	Prix	                            Q
21	   Second	Level,	Test	1                                 60	    FEI	Jr.	Team	Test	                     Q
22	   Second	Level,	Test	2                                 61	    FEI	Jr.	Individual	Test	               Q
23	   Second	Level,	Test	3	                       Q        70	    FEI	YR	Team	Test	                      Q
31	   Third	Level,	Test	1                                  80	    Freestyle,	Level	I-IV	(specify	level)	 Q
32	   Third	Level,	Test	2                                  81	    FEI	Freestyle,	specify	level		         Q
33	   Third	Level,	Test	3	                        Q        83	    Pas	de	Deux
41	   Fourth	Level,	Test	1                                 90	    Quadrille


       * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.
            Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
ENTRIES:		USEF	current	rules,	tests	and	regulations	will	prevail.		IT	IS	THE	RESPONSIBILITY	OF	THE	COMPETITOR	
TO	BE	INFORMED	OF	THE	RULES.		Management	reserves	the	right	to	add,	cancel,	combine	or	amend	classes,	
including	the	choice	of	judges,		as		necessary.		All	entries	must	be	made	on	official	ENTRY	BLANKS	IN		BACK	
OF	CURRENT	OMNIBUS;	fees	must	accompany	completed	forms.		Entries	accepted	in	order	received.		Must	
include	photocopy	of		USEF	Rider,	Owner,	Trainer	and	Coach	cards	as	well	as	CDS	Rider	and	Owner	cards.	           	
Enclose	USEF	and	USDF	horse	registration	and	USDF	participating	membership	proofs	for	Rider	and	Owner	if	
entered	in	Great	American	Insurance	Group/USDF	qualifying	classes,	indicated	with	a	“Q”	on	the	class	list.
QUALIFyING: “Q”	after	a	class	number	and/or	description	refers	to	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Quali-
fying.		If	you	intend	to	have	the	class	count	for	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Qualifying,	add	“Q”	to	the	
class	number	and	an	additional	$10	to	the	class	fee	on	your	entry	blank.	Please	refer	to	page	135	in	the	2009	
Omnibus	for	the	requirements.	Eligible	competitors	must	designate	their	entry	as	“Great	American/USDF	
Qualifying”	on	the	entry	blank,	and	submit	documentation	to	verify	eligibility	to	enter	the	class.
FEES:		Late	entries	filled	from	wait	list.		Classes	to	run	concurrently	when	possible.	Show	#1:	Tr-Fourth	-	$45;	
FEI	-	$50;	Freestyle	-	$50;	add	“Q”	and		$10	for		USDF	Qualifying	(highest	test	of	the	level).				Add	“A”	to	class	
number	if	competing	as	amateur;	amateur	card	must	accompany	entry.		Add	“J”	to	class	number	if	junior.	
No	refunds	after	closing,	$10	fee	for	change	of	entry	and	for	missing	cards	or	signatures.	$15	non-refundable	
office	fee.	$5	fee	for	card	number	search.		Checks	payable	to	Marin	Chapter	CDS.		
TIMES:			Will	be	called	2	days	before	show	or	e-mailed.			IT	IS	THE	OBLIGATION	OF	THE	ENTRANT	TO	OBTAIN	
TIMES	FROM		MANAGEMENT	IF	TIMES	HAVE	NOT	BEEN	RECEIVED.
AWARDS:		Awards	to	1st	place	in	classe	over	3	entries.		Ribbons	through	5th.		Open,	Am,	Jr	divisions	with	
three	or	more	entries.
STABLING:			12x12	stalls	with	permanent	doors,	$35/day.	
aCCoMMoDaTIoNS/FooD:	Call	Secretary	for	motel	list.	Food	available	on	grounds.
DIRECTIONS:		Fairwind:	101	to	Rohnert	Pk	Expressway	East	to	Petaluma	Hill	Rd.			Left	on	Petaluma	Hill	to	
Crane	Cyn.		East	(right)	to		2276	Crane	Cyn	on	right,	just	after	cul	de	sac	sign.		About	2-4	miles.		
FOOTING:		20	x	60m.	competition	arenas.		Fairwind	has	sand/	Nike	arenas,		one	warm-up	covered,	warm-
up	slightly	smaller.		
VETERINARIAN/FARRIER:		On	call,	numbers	posted.
OTHER:			Video	available.	Silent	Auction	&	Used	Tack	Sale!
                                     DOGS NOT ALLOWED ON GROUNDS.
                       Q Indicates a Great America Insurance Group Qualifying Class

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    California Dressage Society
   California Dressage Society


   Mendocino Chapter
   MendocinoChapter
                           ��
                          ��
  Located in beautiful Mendocino County our
     Located in beautiful Mendocino County our
members live both inland in the redwood forests
  members live both inland in the redwood forests
 and on the stunning northern California coast.
    and on the stunning northern California coast.
                           ��
                          ��
          In addition to our annual October
           In addition to our annual October
           Halloween Dressage Show
            Halloween Dressage Show
     we plan on a schooling show and hosting
       we plan on a throughout the riding season.
  training clinicsschooling show and hosting
                      throughout us!
     training clinics Please jointhe riding season.
                     Please join us!
                           ��
                          ��
      For information about our chapter and a
        For information about our chapter and a
             calendar of events, visit us at
              calendar of events, visit us at
               www.mendocinocds.org
                www.mendocinocds.org
                           ��
                          ��

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CDS NORTHERN jUNIOR/YOUNG RIDER CHAMPIONSHIPS
                murieta equestrian Center, 7200 lone pine Drive, Rancho murieta, Ca 95683
                See Juniors on web site www.cdsjuniors.com to download official prize list
                 mail entries to: Diana muravez, 2552 los Cerritos lane, fallbrook, Ca 92028
          entries must be submitted on the official Junior/young Rider Championship entry form
                                       available with official prize list

 Show Date: September 23, 24 & 25, 2011
 Judges:		Creeky	Routson	(S),	Lynn	McEnespy	(R),	              Show Secretary: Diana	Muravez	(760)	728-6325	
 	        Renee	Johnson	(r),	additional	judge	TBA              Closing Date:	Received	by	September	12,	2011
 Recognitions:		CDS,	CQA,	PAC                                  Final Date to Qualify: September	11,	2011
 Show Manager:	Michele	Vaughn	(916)	869-7942                   (see	further	explanation	under	Championship	
 Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis	                            Classes)

                                    WARM-UP CLASSES & OPEN CLASSES
                                  *No qualifying scores required for entry*
                                         * Classes held on Friday only*
        Entry	Fee:	$50.00	for	Classes	1	through	93	except	Equitation	Classes	and	Quadrille	Classes
                   Levels	will	not	be	split—all	tests	of	each	level	will	be	ridden	as	a	class.
                               Prize	to	1st	Place	and	Ribbons	through	6th	Place.
Class	1:	Training	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00		   Class	6:	FEI	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00
Class	2:	First	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00		      Class	7:	Freestyle	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00
Class	3:	Second	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00		     Class	8:	Dressage Equitation 13 years	&	under**	
	                                                             Entry	Fee:	$30.00
Class	4:	Third	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00		      Class	9:	Dressage Equitation 14-18**	Entry	Fee:	$30.00
Class	5:	Fourth	Level	Test	of	Choice.	Entry	Fee:	$50.00		     Class	10:	Dressage Equitation 19-21**	Entry	Fee:	$30.00
**Competitors not entered in Team Competition who wish to ride Dressage Equitation will enter one of
these three classes. Competitors entered in Team Competition will ride in Dressage Equitation Class 700.
Class	60:	Pas	De	Deux.	Specify	level	on	entry.	5	minute	limit.	List	Pas	de	Deux	names	and	payment	on	one	
entry.	Costumes	allowed.	Entry	Fee:	$55	per	pair.
Quadrille	Competition:	Music	mandatory	for	freestyles.	List	Quadrille	names	and	payment	on	one	entry.	
Entry	Fee:	$120	per	team.
Class	70:	Quadrille	Compulsory	Test	of	Choice	        Class	71:	Quadrille	Freestyle	Test	of	Choice

                     CDS JUNIOR/yOUNG RIDER TEAM COMPETITION CLASSES
                           ***No qualifying scores are required for entry***
                     Special	Award	to	each	member	of	winning	team	in	a	division
                                        Ribbons	through	10th	Place
                                          Entry	Fee:	$100	per	rider
Team members will ride tests on Friday and Saturday. Class 700, Dressage Equitation, will be ridden on
Friday only. Whips and readers are permitted for these classes. See Rules and Regulations for all other
information. Rider	may	enter	as	an	Individual	or	as	a	Team.	Individual	riders	will	be	matched	with	other	Indi-
vidual	riders	or	partial	teams	entering	the	same	division.	Teams	may	be	made	up	of	3	to	5	members.	If	a	Team	
has	fewer	than	required	number	of	riders,	enter	as	a	Team	and	we	will	match	you	with	an	individual	rider	to	
complete	team.	Give	your	team	name	and	names	of	known	team	members.	Teams	must	have	names	at	time	of	
entry	or	a	name	will	be	assigned.	Each	competitor	will	ride	two	tests	at	her/his	level	plus	a	Dressage	Equitation	
test.	Dressage	tests	will	count	75%	(37.5%	each)	and	Dressage	Equitation	will	count	25%.	Total	scores	from	each	
team	member	will	be	added	together	and	divided	by	the	number	of	team	members	to	compute	team	placing.	
Three,	four	or	five	member	teams	may	be	in	the	same	divisions.	Elimination	from	a	test	does	not	eliminate	that	
rider	from	Team	Competition.	To	avoid	a	Team	being	penalized	for	a	rider’s	elimination,	lowest	Dressage	Test	
percentage	will	be	dropped	from	each	Team.
Division		         Class	#		       Description		                       Tests	Ridden	
Division	A,B,C,D		 700	Dressage	Equitation	(Team	members	are	automatically	entered	in	Equitation	Class	700)
Division	A		       701-702		       Training	Level	Riders	Team		        Training	Level	Tests	1	&	2
Division	B		       705-706		       First	Level	Riders	Team		           First	Level	Tests	1	&	2
	                  707-708		       Second	Level	Riders	Team		          Second	Level	Tests	1	&	2
Division	C		       709-710		       Third	Level	Riders	Team		           Third	Level	Test	1	&	2
	                  711-712		       Fourth	Level	Riders	Team		          Fourth	Level	Test	1	&	2
Division	D		       714-715		       Training	Level	Riders	Pony**        Team	Training	Level	Tests	1	&	2
Division	E		       716-717		       First	Level	Riders	Pony**		         Team	First	Level	Tests	1	&	2
**If	no	pony	card,	pony	will	be	measured	by	TD	and	Judge.	Please	note	on	entry	that	pony	will	need	to	be	
measured.	Pony	heights	are	148	centimeters	without	shoes	and	149	centimeters	with	shoes.	Measurement	will	
apply	for	Pony	Team	Competition	Classes	(listed	above)	and	for	this	show	only.
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                                                Equitation Class Protocol
                        Team members are automatically entered in Equitation Class
~	Snaffle	bridle	only.	Helmets	required.		             ~	Riders	will	be	grouped	by	level	but	not	necessarily	by	team.
~	Ride	times	will	be	posted.		                         ~	Riders	on	two	teams	ride	only	once.
~	No	more	than	six	in	a	group.		                       ~	Ties	for	high	score	will	be	broken	by	a	ride-off	.
Riders	are	required	to:
◆	Check-in	with	the	paddock	steward	prior	to	the	assigned	times.
◆	Stay	in	the	area	so	that	further	instructions	from	the	paddock	steward	can	be	heard.
◆	Any	person	interfering	with	the	paddock	stewards	or	TD	during	Equitation	warm-ups	may	incur	elimi-
nation	of	the	rider	involved.
                                                       CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
◆	Stallions	not	permitted	in	Equitation	Classes.
                                        Classes are open to Qualified Championship participants only
                                                CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
                                               Classes will be held on Saturday and Sunday only
                        Coolers to 1st open to Qualified Championship participants only
                        Classes areplace; Halters to 2nd place; Saddle pads to 3rd place; Ribbons through 10th place
                                                                Entry Fee: and
                                Classes will be held on Saturday$120 Sunday only
     Scores to be earned Halters to 2nd place; Saddle received 3rd place; Ribbons through 10th place
   Coolersmust1st place; by Sunday, September 11, 2011 and pads tovia fax by Monday, September 12, 2011. Please notify Show
                                                       Entry 12, 2010 as
     Secretary in writing via fax or e-mail by 6PM September Fee: $120 to whether or not you are qualified. All Championship classes
     must be ridden from memory. Whips may not be carried in Championship classes. Placings will be determined by averaging the
                                  Sunday, September 11, members received via fax or e-mail by
Scores must be earned by Rider and Owner must be CDS2011 andat the time qualifying scores are earned. Monday,
     percentages from both tests.
              12, Ridden                                         in writing
SeptemberTests2011. Please notify Show SecretaryDescription via fax or e-mail by 6PM September ______
     Class #
             Training Test 2 (914A) you 3 (914B)                 CDS JR/YR Finals for classes must be ridden from
12, 2011 as to whether or not& Test are qualified. All ChampionshipTraining Level Champion 14 Years & Under
     914
             Training Test 2 (917A) carried in
memory. Whips may not be& Test 3 (917B)Championship classes. Placings will be determined by
     917                                                         CDS JR/YR Finals for Training Level Champion 15-17 Years
             the percentages from both (921B)                    CDS JR/YR Finals for Training Level Champion at the time
averaging Training Level Test 2 (921A) & Test 3tests. Rider and Owner must be CDS members18 Years & Over
     921
              scores Test 2 (114A)
qualifyingFirst Levelare earned.& Test 3 (114B)
     114                                                         CDS JR/YU Finals for First Level Champion 14 Years & Under
Class# Tests Ridden Test 2 (117A) & Test 3 (117B)
      117      First Level                                          DescriptionFinals for First Level Champion 17 Years & Under
                                                                    CDS JR/YR
914	AB	 Training	Test	2	(914A)	&	Test	3	(914B)		
      121      First Level Test 2 (121A) & Test 3 (121B)            CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Training	Level	Champion	14	Years	&	Under
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for First Level Champion 18 Years & Over
917	AB	 Training	Test	2	(917A)	&	Test	3	(917B)		
      201      Second Level Test 2 (201A) & Test 3 (201B)           CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Training	Level	Champion	15-17	Years
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for Second Level Champion
921	AB	 Training	Level	Test	2	(921A)	&	Test	3	(921B)		
      301      Third Level Test 2 (301A) & Test 3 (301B)            CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Training	Level	Champion	18	Years	&	Over
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for Third Level Champion
114		AB	 First	Level	Test	2	(114A)	&	Test	3	(114B)		
      401      Fourth Level Tests 2 (401A) & 3 (401B)               CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	First	Level	Champion	14	Years	&	Under
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for Fourth Level Champion
117		AB	 First	Level	Test	2	(117A)	&	Test	3	(117B)		 (501B),
      501      FEI JR Team (501A), FEI JR Individual                CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	First	Level	Champion	15-17	Years
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for the FEI Junior Champion
121		AB	 First	Level	Test	2	(121A)	&	Test	3	(121B)		
               FEI JR Freestyle (501C)                              CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	First	Level	Champion	18	Years	&	Over
201	AB	 Second	Level	Test	2	(201A)	&	Test	3	(201B)		
      504      FEI YR Team(504A), FEI YR Individual (504B),         CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Second	Level	Champion
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for FEI Young Rider Champion
301	AB	 Third	Level	Test	2	(301A)	&	Test	3	(301B)		
               FEI YR Freestyle (504C)                              CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Third	Level	Champion
401	AB	 Fourth	Level	Tests	2	(401A)	&	3	(401B)		
      507      Two Prix St. Georges Tests (507A & 507B), one        CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	Fourth	Level	Champion
                                                                    CDS JR/YR Finals for the Prix St. Georges Level Champion
501	ABC	 FEI	JR	Team	(501A),	FEI	JR	Individual	(501B),		bridle CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	the	FEI	Junior	Champion
               ridden in a snaffle and one ridden in a double
	     510 FEI	JR	Freestyle	(501C)
               Two FEI Tests of Choice** (510A & 510B)              CDS JR/YR Finals for the FEI Level
504	ABC	 FEI	YR	Team(504A),	FEI	YR	Individual	(504B),		 have been earned at both levels, i.e., if you are riding a Prix St. Georges and an
               **If riding different tests, qualifying scores must  CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	FEI	Young	Rider	Champion
	          FEI	YR	Freestyle	(504C)you must have received qualifying scores at both Prix St. Georges and Intermediare I.
                  Intermediare I test,
507	AB	 Two	Prix	St.	Georges	Tests	(507A	&	507B),	one		 CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	the	Prix	St.	Georges	Level	Champion as Young
      Individuals are eligible as Juniors until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 18. Individuals are eligible
           ridden the snaffle and one ridden year in which they
      Riders from in abeginning of the calendar in a double bridle reach the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which they reach
      the Two	FEI	Tests	of	Choice**	(510A	&	510B)		                 CDS	JR/YR	Finals	for	the	FEI	Level
510	AB	 age of 21. Individuals shall compete as Adults from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 22.
	    US **If	riding	different	tests,	qualifying	scores	must	have	been	earned	at	both	levels,	i.e.,	if	you	are	
      ******************************************************************************************************************************
         Pony Club Competition: Entry Fee: $50.00. Classes to be held Saturday and Sunday. Open to current members of the U. S. Pony Clubs
	        riding	a	Prix	St.	Georges	and	an	Intermediare	I	test,	you	must	have	received	qualifying	scores	at		 	
     only. This competition will be divided into three sections. Prize awarded to each section and trophy to the highest overall percentage. Tests to
	        both	Prix	St.	Georges	and	Intermediare	I.
     be ridden from memory. Whips permitted. May not ride at a higher level in the show on the same horse. Proof of USPC membership required.
               are eligible as Juniors (USEF)                                               in which Class 82: B/A—First Level, Test
Individuals80: Ds—Training Level, Test 2until the end of the calendar year 1 (USEF) they reach the age of 18. 3 (USEF)
        Class                                               Class 81: Cs—First Level, Test
Individuals are eligible as Young Riders from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the will
     Combined Training Competition: Classes to be held Saturday and Sunday. Open to all members of USEA. Entry Fee: $50.00. A photo copy
     of the dressage score sheet for this competition must be submitted with entry, along with the USEA membership card. Prizes and ribbons
     be 16 until each section.
age of awarded tothe end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 21. Individuals shall compete
              Class 90: beginning of the calendar year in which they Preliminary age of 22.
as Adults from theNovice Division—Training Level, Test 2 (USEF) Class 92:reach theDivision—First Level, Test 2 (USEF)
               Class 91: Training Division—First Level Test 1 (USEF)           Class 93: Intermediate Division—Second Level Test 1 (USEF-Snaffle)
US Pony Club Competition:	Entry	Fee:	$50.00.	Classes	to	be	held	Saturday	and	Sunday.	Open	to	current	members	of	
     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-
the	U.	S.	Pony	Clubs	only.	This	competition	will	be	divided	into	three	sections.	Prize	awarded	to	each	section	and	trophy	
                       
to	the	highest	overall	percentage.	Tests	to	be	ridden	from	memory.	Whips	permitted.	May	not	ride	at	a	higher	level	in	
the	show	on	the	same	horse.	Proof	of	USPC	membership	required.
Class	80:	Ds—Training	Level,	Test	2	(USEF)					Class	81:	Cs—First	Level,	Test	1	(USEF)					Class	82:	B/A—First	Level,	Test	3	(USEF)
Combined Training Competition:	Classes	to	be	held	Saturday	and	Sunday.	Open	to	all	members	of	USEA.	Entry	Fee:	
$50.00.	A	photo	copy	of	the	dressage	score	sheet	for	this	competition	must	be	submitted	with	entry,	along	with	the	
USEA	membership	card.	Prizes	and	ribbons	will	be	awarded	to	each	section.
Class	90:	Novice	Division—Training	Level,	Test	2	(USEF)					Class	92:	Preliminary	Division—First	Level,	Test	2	(USEF)
Class	91:	Training	Division—First	Level	Test	1	(USEF)					Class	93:	Intermediate	Division—Second	Level	Test	1	(USEF-Snaffle)
                  Meet & Greet Party
          Some of the FUN Activities at the 2011 Northern Junior/young Rider Championships
                                                                                     Waterslide




                                                                                                                        Sunday Pancake
                                                                                                                      Sunday Pancake Breakfast
                                                                     Friday Golf for Dads
                                                                                                                              Breakfast
                                                                                                                   Sponsored by Murieta Equine Complex
   Waterslide                Meet & Greet Party
                 After-Show DJ Party
                                                           After-Show DJ Party              Friday Golf for Dads             Sponsored
                                                                                                                              by MEC
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                         PACIFIC EQUESTRIAN CENTER
                                    10992	Wilton	Rd.	Wilton,	CA	95693
                               Dressage and Sport Horse Breed Shows
                       Show Manager/Secretary:	Mari	Naten (916) 687-8035
      Fax (916) 687-8041 • Show Days (916) 798-5844 • email: pecsporthorses@frontiernet.net
                      Not Official Prize List , Please see website: www.pecsporthorses.com
 Show Date #1: March 27, 2011                        PEC Schooling Series
 Judge:	Lyn	Ringrose-Moe	    	               	       Closing Date: March	22,	2011	 	           	
 Recognition:		schooling	show	series	

 Show Date #2: May 8, 2011                           PEC Schooling Series
 Judge:	Dezanie	Martin	      	               	       Closing Date: May	3,	2011	
 Recognition:		schooling	show	series	        	

 Show Date #3: june 4, 2011                          PEC Dressage Show
 Judge:	Barbi	Breen-Gurley	(S)	 	           	        Closing Date: May	28,	2011
 Recognition:		USEF	(327047)	Level	2,	USDF,	CDS	
 Technical Delegate:		TBA	      	           	

 Show Date #4: june 19, 2011                         PEC Dressage Show
 Judge:	Ivetta	Harte		       	               	       Closing Date: June	14,	2011
 Recognition:		schooling	show	series	        	

 Show Date #5: july 9-10, 2011                       PEC Dressage & Breed Show
 Judge:	J.	Ashton	Moore	(S)	  	            	         Closing Date: July	2,	2011
 Recognition:	USEF	(326026)	Level	2,	USDF,	CDS	
 Technical Delegate:		TBA	    	            	

 Show Date #6: August 14, 2011                       PEC Schooling Series
 Judge:	TBA	       	         	               	       Closing Date: August	9,	2011
 Recognition:		schooling	show	series	        	

 Show Date #7: September 25, 2011                    PEC Schooling Series
 Judge:	Veronique	Gillard	   	               	       Closing Date: September	20,	2011
 Recognition:		schooling	show	series	        	
                         Opening Date 60 Days Prior to All Shows
CLASS       DESCRIPTION                              CLASS       DESCRIPTION
Day 1 Day 2                                           Day 1   Day 2
10A				 20A		 USDF	Intro	A		         AA-JR            131	    231	 Third	Level,	Test	1	
10B	 20B	 USDF	Intro	B		             AA-JR            132	    232	 Third	Level,	Test	2	
10C	 20C	 USDF	Intro	C                                133	    233	 Third	Level,	Test	3	     	GAI/USDF	Q	
101	 201		 Training	Level,	Test	1	                    141	    241	 Fourth	Level,	Test	1	
102	 202		 Training	Level,	Test	2	                    142	    242	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2	
103	 203	 Training	Level,	Test	3	    GAI/USDF	Q       143	    243	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3	    GAI/USDF	Q
111	    211	 First	Level,	Test	1	                     160	    260	 FEI	Test	of	Choice	      GAI/USDF	Q
112	 212		 First	Level,	Test	2	                       170	    270	 Freestyle	Test	of	Choice	GAI/USDF	Q
113	 213	 First	Level,	Test	3	       GAI/USDF	Q       171	    271	 Para	Equestrian	Test	of	Choice
121	 221	 Second	Level,	Test	1	                       172	    272	 Pas	de	Deux/Quadrille	State	Level
122	 222	 Second	Level,	Test	2	                       702	    802	 Opportunity	Training	Level	Test	2
123	 223	 Second	Level,	Test	3	      GAI/USDF	Q       712	    812	 Opportunity	First	Level	Test	2
                 “Q” = Great American Insurance Group / USDF Qualifying Class.
Please indicate the appropriate division (Junior/young Rider/Adult Amatuer or open.) Add Q for
GAI/USDF Qualifier.

                        Dressage Opportunity Classes-No Membership needed

             All show premiums available at www.pecsporthorses.com.
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ENTRIES:		Mail	entry	and	check	payable	to	Pacific	Equestrian	Center	(PEC),	10992	Wilton	Rd.	Wilton,	CA	
95693.	Scratches	prior	to	closing	date	refunded	in	full,	less	$25	scratch	fee.	Faxed	entries	accepted	with	$10	
fax	fee.	Late	fee	of	$20	or	$10	a	class	for	entries	accepted	after	closing	date.	NO	REFUNDS	FOR	STABLING	
OR	CLASSES	AFTER	CLOSING,	FOR	ANY	REASON.	Freestyle	entries	must	include	a	copy	of	eligibility	test	and	
music	on	compact	disc	and	given	to	the	show	secretary	upon	arrival.	Return	check	fee	$25.
FEES:		Shows	#1,	#2,	#3		#6	&	#7	Fees	are	$25	per	class.	Office	fee	$10.	Shows	#4	&	#5	Fees	are:	Introductory	
Level	-	$40.		Training	Level	thru	Fourth	Level	-	$50.	FEI	-	$65.	Freestyle	-	$55.	USDF	Qualifying	class	add	$10	
per	class.	Office	fee	of	$25.	Show	#5	Breed	Show	fees	are	$55	per	class.	NON-Competing	horses	$50	a	day.	
TIMES: 	 Ride	 times	 will	 be	 e-mailed	 and	 available	 online	 along	 with	 prize	 lists	 and	 results	 at	 www.
pecsporthorses.com.
aWaRDS:		Ribbons	thru	5th	place.		1st	place	award	for	class	of	3	or	more.	High	Score	Award	Open,	Adult	
Amateur,	and	Junior.	Schooling	Series	championship	coolers	(must	attend	3	of	5	shows).
STaBLING:	Permanent	box	stalls	(12x12)	with	doors,	prebeddind	with	shavings	$35/day	NOT	night.	Bagged	
shavings	available	at	show.	Limited	stabling	available.	
ACCOMMODATIONS/FOOD:	Fairfield	Inn	&	Suites	(Marriott).	Located	at	Calvine	Road	andHwy	99.		Call	
916-681-5400.	Lunch	will	be	available.
DIRECTIONS:	From	Hwy	99	 take	Grantline	Rd.	exit;	go	east	 to	Wilton	Rd.;	 turn	right/	1.8	miles	on	right.	
Mapquest	10992	Wilton	Rd.	Wilton	CA	95693.
VETERINARIAN: On	call.	Posted	in	office.
FOOTING:	Two	sand	competition	dressage	courts;	indoor	warmup	with	Airfoot	and	sand,	covered	lounging	
area	(20	meters).
OTHER:	Dogs	must	be	on	a	leash.	Videographer	and	digital	photography	available.		




  Easy set-up for straight professional looking arenas

  DRESSAGE ARENA PYLONS
                                                                                         High visibility
                                                                  Stackable              Safe construction
  Pylons are manufactured in two weights and grades of
  Rotational Molded Polyethylene Plastic, not Fiberglass.
  They measure 16” by 17” at the base and are 15” tall.

  MODELS AVAILABLE
  CROSS LINK: Heavy duty model, molded in two
  different directions. These are the best for an arena that is
  set up at all times, winter and summer.
  LINEAR: Light duty model, molded in one direction                Convenient hand holds Easy assembly
  only. These are the best for an arena that would be set up
                                                                          Letters also available
  for short periods of time, taken down and stored under
  cover.
  FULL SIZED COURT (3 meter sections) Consists of 14                Contact CDS Central Office
  white and 48 black pylons.                                         CALIFORNIA DRESSAGE
  FULL SIZED COURT (2-meter sections) Consists of 14
  white and 70 black pylons.                                                SOCIETY
  SHORT COURT (3-meter sections or 2-meter sections)                      831-659-5696
  Arenas can be ordered in reverse colors or all one color.
  Rails are not included. At least 3 inch PVC pipe is               paula@california-dressage.org
  recommended to avoid sag.                                          www.california-dressage.org
  ARENA LETTERS (14 inch base and 30 inches tall)
  Visa and Mastercard accepted
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                                           LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                             2010 SHOW SERIES
              	Mavericks	Ridge	Riders	Arena	•	330	So.	Citrus	Ave.	•	West	Covina,	CA	91790
                             2010 SHOW SERIES
             SHOW MANAGER:		Lauren	Wetzel	(714)	261-0443	•	llboogie09@yahoo.com
                                   LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                         SHOW SECRETARy:		Diana	Muravez	(760)	728-6325
                                   LOCATION OF ALL Dr • Chino
                  McCoy Equestrin Center • 4276 PeytonSHOWS: Hills, CA 91709
                   Dressage: Amy Miller 626.827.2506 • slm5142@aol.com
 Spring FlingMcCoy EquestrinApril •10,• 2011 Dr • Chino Hills, CA 91709
                   Show Contact: Center 4276 Peyton
                                                        Technical Delegate:		NA	
 Judge:	Cauleen	Glass	&	Peggy	Klump Miller • 626.827.2506 • slm5142@aol.com
                   Show Contact: Amy
 Recognitions:		CDS,	DASC                               Open Date:		March	10,	2011
                                   Spring Fling Dressage
                                                        Closing Date:		March	27,	2011
                                 Judges: Carolyn Doran (R)
                                    Spring Fling Dressage
                           Sunday, April26, 2010 Doran (R)
                                  june Carolyn
 Steppin’ Into Summer: Judges:11,2011 (CDS/DASC rated)
                                                     Technical rated)
 Judge:		 Eileen	Fagan	&	Carole	Hoffman11, 2010 (CDS/DASC Delegate:		Melinda	Hallmark	
                           Sunday, April
                                     Steppin’
 Recognitions:		USEF	(1124),	USDF,	CDS,	DASC into Summer
                                                     Open Date:		May	26,	2011
                                     Steppin’ into Melonie Date:		June	12,	2011
                        Judges: Laurie Doyle (R) SummerKessler (S)
                                                     Closing
                        Judges: 2010 Doyle (R) Melonie Kessler (S)
              Sunday, June 27,Laurie(CDS/DASC/USDF/USEF Level 2 rated)
 A Midsummer Day’s Dressage: August 7, 2011
              Sunday, June 27, 2010 (CDS/DASC/USDF/USEF Level 2 rated)
 Judge:	Christine	Hastings	&	TBA Midsummer Day’sTechnical Delegate:		NA	
                               A                      Dressage
 Recognitions:		CDS	DASCJudges: Eileen Fagan Day’sOpen Date:		July	7,	2011
                               A Midsummer (R) Christine Hastirys
                                                      Dressage
                                                     Closing Hastirys
                          Sunday, August 1, 2010 ChristineDate:		July	24,	2011
                        Judges: Eileen Fagan (R) (CDS/DASC rated)
                          Dressage: October (CDS/DASC rated)
 All Hallow’s Eve Sunday, August 1, 2010 30, 2011
                                   All Hallow’s Eve Dressage
                                    Judges:
 Judge:		Laurie	Falvo-Doyle	&	David	Schmutz Janet Curtis (S) Delegate:		NA	
                                                     Technical
                                   All Hallow’s Eve Dressage
 Recognitions:		CDS	DASCSunday, October 17, 2010 (CDS/DASC rated)
                                                     Open Date:		September	30,	2011
                                    Judges: Janet Curtis (S)
                                                     Closing Date:		October	16,	2011
                        Sunday, October 17, 2010 (CDS/DASC rated)
LEVEL        TEST                      DIVISION                    LEVEL          TEST               DIVISION
                               ALL SHOWS OFFER THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:
USDF	Intro,	Test	A	                     AA,Jr/YR        Third	Level,	Test	2	                           AA,Jr/YR		O
USDF	Intro,	Test	B	                                      FOLLOWING CLASSES:
                               ALL SHOWS OFFER THEThird	Level,	Test	3	AA, JR/YR
                                        AA,Jr/YR
                           USDF Introductory Test A & B                                                AA,Jr/YR		O		Q
USDF	Intro,	Test	C				     Training Level AA,	Jr/YR 3, 4
                                           Tests 1, 2,
                           USDF Introductory Test A & B            Fourth	Level,	Test	1	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR        AA,Jr/YR		O
Training	Level,	Test	1	    Training Level AA,Jr/YR		O4
                           First Level Tests 1, 2, 3, 4
                                           Tests 1, 2, 3,          Fourth	Level,	Test	2	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR, O     AA,Jr/YR		O
                           Second Level Tests 1, 2, 3, 4                              AA, JR/YR, O
Training	Level,	Test	2	                    AA,Jr/YR		O
                           First Level Tests 1, 2, 3, 4            Fourth	Level,	Test	3	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,              AA,Jr/YR		O	Q
                           Third Level Tests 1, 2, 3                                  AA, JR/YR, O
Training	Level,	Test	3	                    AA,Jr/YR		O	Q
                           Second Level Tests 1, 2, 3, 4
                           Fourth Level Tests 1, 2, 3              FEI	Prix	St	Georges	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR, O     AA,Jr/YR		O		Q
                           Third Level Tests 1, 2, 3                                  AA, JR/YR, O
First	Level,	Test	1	                       AA,Jr/YR		O
                           FEI Prix St. Georges                    FEI	Intermediare	I	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,              AA,Jr/YR		O		Q
                           Fourth Level Tests 1, 2, 3                                 AA, JR/YR, O
First	Level,	Test	2	                       AA,Jr/YR		O
                           FEI Intermediare I
                           FEI Prix St. Georges                    FEI	Intermediare	I	I	 JR/YR, O
                                                                                      AA,
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR, O     O		Q
First	Level,	Test	3	                       AA,Jr/YR		O	Q
                           FEI Intermediare II
                           FEI Intermediare I                      FEI	Grand	Prix	 AA, JR/YR, O
                                                                                      O                O		Q
Second	Level,	Test	1	      FEI Grand Prix
                                           AA,Jr/YR		O
                           FEI Intermediare II                     FEI	Grand	Prix	Special	
                                                                                      O
                                                                                      O                O		Q
                           FEI Grand Prix Special                                     O
Second	Level,	Test	2	      FEI Grand PrixAA,Jr/YR		O
                           USDF Freestyle Test of Choice
                                                                   USDF	Freestyle	-	Test	of	Choice		
                                                                                      O
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR, O
                                                                                                       AA,Jr/YR		O
Second	Level,	Test	3	      FEI Grand PrixAA,Jr/YR		O	Q
                                            Special
                           USDF Pas de Deux Freestyle              USDF	Pas	de	Deux	Freestyle	
                                                                                      O
                                                                                      O                O
                           USDF Freestyle Test of Choice                              AA, JR/YR, O
Third	Level,	Test	1	                       AA,Jr/YR		O
                           Dressage Seat Equitation
                           USDF Pas de Deux Freestyle
                                                                   Dreassage	Seat	Equitation	
                                                                                      AA, JR/YR
                                                                                      O
                                                                                                       AA,Jr/YR
                           Dressage Seat Equitation                                      AA, JR/YR
                                        Great American Insurance/USDF Qualifying Classes
                                           *Q	classes	only	offered	at	June	Show
                                          will be offered for the June Triple Rated Show
                                        Great American Insurance/USDF Qualifying Classes
                                          will be offered for the June Triple Rated Show

                          Official prize list and entry information available at www.cdspomonachapter.org
                          Official prize list and entry information available at www.cdspomonachapter.org
                           New this season: lower prices, bigger prizes
                           New this season: lower open to all show participants
                  and a year end awards program prices, bigger prizes
                          see the rules on www.cdspomonachapter.org
                  and a year end awards program open to all show participants
                          see the rules on www.cdspomonachapter.org
                                                              - 96 -
                       REGIONAL ADULT AMATEUR
                            COMPETITIONS
                     Sponsored by Equine Insurance
North ~ july 14-17, 2011 San Francisco Peninsula Chapter And
Woodside Dressage
Location:	Woodside	Horsepark,	Woodside,	CA	            Manager/ Secretary:	Glenda	McElroy	818-841-3554
Judge:	TBA	         		        	          	
Recognitions:	USEF,	USDF,	CDS		          	             Call for Prize List
Qualifying: September	6,	2010-July	2,	2011	            www.cornerstonedressage.com
	         	         	         	          	
SOUTH ~ August 13-14, 2011 San Diego, CDS
Location:	San	Diego,	CA	     	          	              Manager/ Secretary:	Karla	Palmer
Judge:	TBA		        	        	          	              619-818-3538
Recognitions:	USEF	(605),	USDF,	CDS	    	
Qualifying: September	6,	2010-August	1,	2011	          Call for Prize List
	         	         	        	          	              www.sandiegodressage.com
CENTRAL ~ September 3-4, 2011 San Luis Obispo CDS
Location:	Paso	Robles,	CA	    	        	               Manager/ Secretary:	Ellen	Corob	805-440-2947
Judge:	TBA		        	         	        	
Recognitions:	USEF,	USDF,	CDS		        	               	
Qualifying: September	6,	2010-August	22,	2011	         Call for Prize List	   	
	         	         	         	        	

                     Regional Adult Amateur Chapter Competition Classes

	          Training	Level	Test	3	Novice						 	      Training	Level	Test	3	Elite	
	    	     First	Level	Test	3	Novice												 	   First	Level	Test	3	Elite	
	    	     Second	Level	Test	3	Novice							 	       Second	Level	Test	3	Elite	
	    	     Third	Level	Test	3	Novice									 	      Third	Level	Test	3	Elite	
	          Fourth	Level	Test	3	Novice			         	   Fourth	Level	Test	3	Elite
	          Prix	St	Georges	Novice	               	   Prix	St	Georges	Elite
	          Intermediate	1	Novice	                	   Intermediate	1	Elite
	
The	Novice	division	is	for	riders	who	have	never	competed	at	a	CDS	Championship	Show.	
The	Elite	division	is	for	riders	who	have	competed	at	a	CDS	Championship	Show.

Rider	and	Owner	must	be	current	CDS	members	when	qualifying	scores	are	earned.	Rider	must	have	
paid	the	CDS	RAC	Qualifying	Fee	of	$25	for	2010.	Rider	must	have	a	USEF	Amateur	Card.


First	place	will	receive	a	cooler.	Ribbons	1st		through	10th	at	Training	and	First	Levels.	Ribbons	1st	through	
6th	at	Second	through	Fourth	Levels.

There	will	be	a	High	Score	Roses	Award	for	Elite	and	Novice	divisions	at	each	level	for	riders	over	50	years	
of	age.	You	must	declare	on	the	entry	form	or	sign	up	at	the	show	office.

See	page	55-56	for	complete	rules	and	guidelines.




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          Sacramento Valley Chapter
                    California Dressage Society
              Sacramento Valley Chapter
                        California Dressage Society


          Get Ready to SHOW!
                       Ready to SHOW!
              Get and maximize your scores.
 Join us for these fabulous opportunities to sharpen your show skills

     Join us for these fabulous opportunities to sharpen your show skills
                          and maximize your scores.
          January 15, 2011
                    USEF 2011 Dressage Test Symposium
                    with 2011
              January 15, Axel Steiner
                        ‘O’ Judge
                    FEIUSEF 2011 Dressage Test Symposium
                    Murieta Equestrian Center
                       with Axel Steiner
                      Rancho Murieta, CA
                         FEI ‘O’ Judge
                         Murieta Equestrian Center
                         Rancho Murieta, CA
          April 16-17, 2011
                     Ride-a-Test Clinic
                     with 2011
              April 16-17, Charlotte Bredhal-Baker
                      USEF ‘S’ & FEI ‘C’ Judge
                          Ride-a-Test Clinic
                      Valley Dressage and Sporthorse Center
                          with Charlotte Bredahl-Baker
                      Dixon, CA
                          USEF ‘S’ & FEI ‘C’ Judge
                          Valley Dressage and Sporthorse Center
                          Dixon, CA

                              Don’t miss out!!!
                      SVCCDS Adult Dressage Camp
                           September 9-11, 2011
                                 Don’t miss out!!!
                     Eventful Acres, Oregon House, CA
                         SVCCDS Adult Dressage Camp
                               September 9-11, 2011
                        Eventful Acres, Oregon House, CA

For forms and more information about these events, visit us at www.svccds.org

   For forms and more information about these events, visit us at www.svccds.org


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                                                CDS SAN DIEGO
                                      2011 SUMMER SHOW SCHEDULE
                                     2008 SHOW SCHEDULE
                              USEF, USDF, CDS, DASC recognized shows
                                        All shows are held at
                            HORSE PARK • 14550 DASC recognized shows
                    DEL MAR USEF, USDF, CDS, El Camino Real • Del Mar, CA 92014
                                        Dressage Mar Horse
                                  Location: Del At Del Mar Park
                                       14550 El Camino 2011
                                      June 18th and 19th, Real
                                        Del Judges: TBD
                                             Mar, CA 92014
                               CDS San Diego Chapter Summer Show
                                                and
                                     Dressage at Del Mar
                         CDS Southern Regional Adult Amateur Competition
                                      June 14 and 15, 2008
                                     August 13th and 14th, 2011
                                Judges: Alexsandra Howard (S)
                                             Judges: TBD
                                         Fran Dearing Fall
                                 CDS San Diego Chapter(S) Show
                                   September 24th and 25th, 2011
                          CDS San DiegoJudges: TBD Summer Show
                                              Chapter
	   Class	        Description	                August 9 and 10, 2008
                                                          Class	      Description
	   (Sat,	Sun)		 	                                        (Sat,	Sun)	
                                         Judges: Charlotte Bredahl (S)
	   101,	201	                                   Dinah Babcock (S) Prix	St.	George	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q
                  Training	Level,	Test	1	O-AA-JR/YR	      151,	251		
	   102,	202	 Training	Level,	Test	2	O-AA-JR/YR	          161,	261		 Intermediare	I	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q
	                                                         162,	262		 Intermediare	II	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q
    103,	203	 Training	Level,	Test	3	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q	 Chapter Fall Show
                                     CDS San Diego
	   111,	211	                              September 27 172,	272		 2008
                  First	Level,	Test	1	O-AA-JR/YR	         and 28, Grand	Prix	O,	Q
	   112,	212	     First	Level,	Test	2	O-AA-JR/YR	         125,	225		
                                           Judges: Doreen Horsey USDF	Freestyle	Test	of	Choice	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q
                                                                      (S)
	   113,	213	     First	Level,	Test	3	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q	      126,	226		 FEI	Freestyle	Test	of	Choice	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q
                                                Beverly Rogers (S)
	   121,	221	     Second	Level,	Test	1	O-AA-JR/YR	        184,	284		 FEI	Jr.	Team	Test	JR,	Q
	
                    visit us at www.sandiegodressage.com for prize list and information!
         PleaseSecond	Level,	Test	2	O-AA-JR/YR	
    122,	222	                                             185,	285		 FEI	Jr.	Individual	Test	JR,	Q	 	
	   123,	223	     Second	Level,	Test	3	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q	     181,	281		 FEI	Yr.	Team	Test	YR,	Q
	   131,	231	                              KP Events, Inc. presents
                  Third	Level,	Test	1	O-AA-JR/YR	         183,	283		 FEI	Yr.	Individual	Test	(PSG)	YR,	Q	
	   132,	232	     Third	Level,	Test	2	O-AA-JR/YR	         190,290		 USDF	Pas	de	Deux	–	Level	of	Choice	
	   193,	293	 USDF	Materiale	–	4	&	5	Year		               191,	291		 USDF	Materiale	–	3	Year	Old	Fillies
	
         The Dressage Affaire
    141,	241	     Fourth	Level,	Test	1	O-AA-JR/YR	
                                                                             The Del Mar Classic
                                                          192,	292		 USDF	Materiale	–	3	Year	old	Colts	and		
	
                  CDI-WYJ
    142,	242	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2	O-AA-JR/YR	            	           Geldings
                                                                                      CDI-WYJ
            March 13-15th, 2008                                                November 7-9th, 2008
	   143,	243	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3	O-AA-JR/YR,	Q	         193,	293		 USDF	Materiale	–	4	&	5	Year	Old	Mares	
                     Judges:                                                            Judges:
	   	             	
               Cara Whitham (O)
                                                          194,	294		 USDF	Materiale	–	4	&	5	Year	Old	
                                                                                    Linda Zang (O)
	   	             	 Reixinger (O)
              Gothilf                                     	           Stallions	&	Geldings	
                                                                                Dr.Evi Eisenhardt (O)
	           Stephan Clarke (O)                                                Marriete Withages (O)
                        Regional Adult Amateur Chapter Competition Classes
                Lilo Fore (I)                                                 Jane Weatherwax (I)
            Natalie Lamping (I)       Sponsored by Equine Insurance                    TBA
             Anne Gribbons (I)                                                Jeannie McDonald (I)
 	           Training	Level	Test	3	Novice						 	
              Paula Lacey (S)                        Training	Level	Test	3	Elite	
                                                                                Kem Barbosa (S)
 	      	    First	Level	Test	3	Novice												 	
             Bill Solyntjes (S)                      First	Level	Test	3	Elite	 Marilyn Heath (S)
 	      	  Second	Level	Test	3	Novice							 	  Second	Level	Test	3	Elite	
 	      	  Third	Level	Test	3	Novice									 	 Third	Level	Test	3	Elite	
 	         Fourth	Level	Test	3	Novice			      	 Fourth	Level	Test	3	Elite
For
 	          information on these shows visit Prix	St	Georges	Elite
       morePrix	St	Georges	Novice	            	  us at www.dressageevents.com or contact
 	              Kim Keenan at
           Intermediate	1	Novice	 (858)518-4128 keenandressage@yahoo.com
                                              	 Intermediate	1	Elite
    For	more	information	about	our	2011	Summer	Show	Series,	the	official	premium	and	entry	forms	please	
     visit	www.sandiegodressage.com	or	contact	Karla	Palmer	at	619.818.3538	or	cds.sandiego@gmail.com.
We	would	like	to	extend	our	tremendous	gratitude	to	all	of	our	volunteers,	sponsors,	competitors,	judges,	
and	officials,	all	of	which	made	our	2010	show	season	a	great	success!	Words	do	not	adequately	express	
 our	appreciation	for	the	time,	effort	and	support	that	was	generously	bestowed	upon	us	to	make	the	
                       summer	shows	happen.		Thank you, thank you, ThaNK YoU!
                                                 - 99 -
                 SAN FRANCISCO PENINSULA CHAPTER


                                      LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                             Webb	Ranch,		2720	Alpine	Rd,	Menlo	Park,	CA	94028
                                               MANAGER:
                                              Susan	Lombardi				
                                             www.sfpcds.org

 Show Date #1: june 5, 2011
  Judges:	Ginny	Bergman-Wailes	                                  Technical Delegate:		NA	
  Recognitions:		CDS	                                            Opening Date:		May	1,	2011
  Secretary/Contact:		Susan	Lombardi,	415-567-1744	              Closing Date: 	June	1,	2011
 Show Date #2: july 30-31, 2011, San Francisco Peninsula Chapter
 44th Annual Show                          Opening Date: 	June	20,	2011
 Judges:		TBA                                                    Closing Date: July	26,	2011
 Recognitions:		USEF,	79	(Level	3),	USDF	CDS	
 Secretary:	Donald	Simpson,	505-435-4806	
 Technical Delegate:		TBA
                          Prize list for this show is available on www.sfpcds.org
CLASS      DESCRIPTION (Shows #1)            CLASS       DESCRIPTION (Shows #1)
1	    Training	Level,	Test	1            16	 Fourth	Level,	Test	1
2	    Training	Level,	Test	2            17	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2
3	    Training	Level,	Test	3            18	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3
5	    First	Level,	Test	1               19	 Dressage	Seat	Equitation
6	    First	Level,	Test	2               20	 USDF	Intro	A
7	    First	Level,	Test	3               21	 USDF	Intro	B
9	    Second	Level,	Test	1              22	 USDF	Intro	C
10	   Second	Level,	Test	2              23		 Freestyle	Test	of	Choice:	1st	-	4th	Level
11	   Second	Level,	Test	3              24		 Costume	Freestyle:	Single,	Pas	de	Deux,	
13	   Third	Level,	Test	1               	    Pas	de	Trois,	or	Quadrille
14	   Third	Level,	Test	2
15	   Third	Level,	Test	3
        * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

          Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.


ENTRIES: Show	#1:	Make	checks	payable	to	SFP/CDS.		Mail	entries	to	Susan	Lombardi,	2807	Pine	Street,	San	
Francisco,	CA	94115.		Show	#2:	See	prize	list	available	at	www.sfpcds.org.
FEES:	Show	#1:	Intro	A,	B	&	C:	$40;	all	other	classes	$45.		No	refunds	after	closing.		Entries	must	be	fully	
                                                                                                                  	
completed	 and	 submitted	 with	 appropriate	 signatures	 &	 card	 copies	 in	 order	 to	 be	 officially	 entered.	
Returned	checks	will	be	assessed	$25.	Show	#2:	See	prize	list	available	at	www.sfpcds.org.
TIMES:	Riding	times	will	be	posted	at	www.sfpcds.org.	It	is	the	responsibility	of	the	rider	to	pick	up	times	
from	the	web	site.	Failure	to	enter	ring	at	the	specified	time	will	incur	elimination.		
AWARDS:		Prizes	to	first	place	with	three	or	more	in	class;	ribbons	through	fifth	place.
DIRECTIONS:	From	Hwy	280	take	the	Alpine	Rd	exit	and	head	west.	Take	the	first	right	off	Alpine	through	
the	white	gate	and	follow	road	to	the	dressage	arena	at	the	back	of	the	property,	1.2	miles.
VETERINARIAN / FARRIER:		On	call.		Information	posted	at	Show	Office.
ARENA:	 Sand	 and/or	 sand/composition	 footing.	 20	 x	 60	 meter	 competition	 arena	 unless	 otherwise	
mandated	by	specific	tests.
OTHER:	Food	and	drinks	will	be	available	for	purchase.		Videotaping	will	be	available.

                      Please note: All children must be attended by a responsible adult
                                        and all dogs must be on a leash.
                                                    - 100 -
            SAN jUAN CAPISTRANO CHAPTER
             Not the Official Prize List, Please call Management for Official Prizelist

                                         LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                                        Sycamore	Trails	Stables,	26282	Oso	Rd	
                                                San	Juan	Capistrano
                                                    MANAGER:
                                            Kathleen King (949) 661-7092

 Show Date #1: MARCH 26, 2011
  Judge:	Cauleen	Glass	(R)                                     Closing Date: 	March	12,	2011
  Recognitions:		CDS


 Show Date #2: MAY 21 & 22, 2011
  Judge:Gail	Hoff-Carmona	(S),	Fran	Dearing	(S)	               Closing Date: 	May	10,	2011
  Recognitions:		USEF	(1471),	USDF,	CDS


 Show Date #3: june 24, 2011 “Fabulous Fridays”
  Judge:	Melonie	Kessler	(S)                                   Closing Date: 	June	12,	2011
  Recognitions:		USEF	(323690),	USDF,	CDS


 Show Date #4: july 22, 2011 “Fabulous Fridays”
  Judge:	Laurie	Falvo-Doyle	(R)                                Closing Date: 	July	10,	2011
  Recognitions:		USEF	(323689),	USDF,	CDS


 Show Date #5: AUGUST 12, 2011 “Fabulous Fridays”
  Judge: Carol	Hoffman	(S)                                     Closing Date: 	July	30,	2011
  Recognitions:		USEF	(324371),	USDF,	CDS
CLASS No.               DESCRIPTION                                         CLASS No.             DESCRIPTION
1	USDF	Intro	Test		                        A	A-J	                          15	Third	Level	Test	1		            A-J-O
2	USDF	Intro	Test	B		                        A-J                           16	Third	Level	Test	2	            	A-J-O
3	Training	Level	Test	1		                 A-J-O                            17	Third	Level	Test	3		         A-J-O-Q
4	Training	Level	Test	2		                 A-J-O                            18	Fourth	Level	Test	1		           A-J-O
5	Training	Level	Test	3		               A-J-O-Q	                           19	Fourth	Level	Test	2		           A-J-O
7	First	Level	Test	1		                    A-J-O                            20	Fourth	Level	Test	3	        	A-J-O-Q
8	First	Level	Test	2		                    A-J-O                            21	Prix	St.	Georges		           A-J-O-Q
9	First	Level	Test	3		                  A-J-O-Q                            22	Intermediare	I		             A	J-O-Q
11	Second	Level	Test	1	                   A-J-O                            23	Intermediare	II		              J-O-Q
12	Second	Level	Test	2		                  A-J-O                            24	Grand	Prix		                   J-O-Q
13	Second	Level	Test	3		                A-J-O-Q                            25	YR/JR	FEI	Test	of	Choice

       * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

       With the exception of show #’s 1 and 4, shows will offer classes Intro through FEI Grand Prix
          Prizes List will be mailed and entries forms available on our website www.sjc-cds.org

ENTRIES: Must	be	on	SJC-CDS	entry	form	or	photo	copy	of	same.	Entries	must	be	accompanied	by	fees,	
copies	of	USDF,	CDS,	and	USEF	membership	cards	for	owners	and	riders	trainers,as	well	as	horse	registration	
#s	for	USDF	.	INCoMpLeTe eNTRIeS MaY NoT Be aCCepTeD!	Class	fees:	1-2,	$35.	3-20,	$50.FEI
$60.GAIC/USDF	Qualifying	fees	$10.	Late	fees	$25per	entry.	Incomplete	fee	$35.	Absolutely	no	refunds	after	
the	closing	day!	Times	:	will	be	phoned	awards:	ribbons	awarded	to	fifth.	Prizes	for	first	place	in
Classes	of	three	or	more.	Special	prizes	for	high	%	will	be	determined.
STALLS :	949-661-1755
FOOTING: sand
ARENAS: 20	X	60
TIMES: e-mailed,	website

                                                           - 101 -
                                    SAN LUIS OBISPO CHAPTER
                                    All premiums will be available at www.slocds.org
                              All shows can also be entered at www.equestrianentries.com 									
NOT the official Prize List for shows listed
 Show Date #1: April 24, 2011 - SLO-CDS Spring Fling
 Location: Moon	Valley	Farm                                     Contact:		Lauire	Gage	
 5625	Linne	Rd,	Paso	Robles,	CA                                 Mail to:	5715	Linne	Rd,	Paso	Robles,	CA		93446
 Judge: Brent	Hicks	(R)                                         (805)	238-2802
 Recognitions: CDS                                              Closing Date:		April	15,	2011
 Show Date #2: june 11-12, 2011 - Central Coast Dressage Show STAKES CLASSES
 Location: Golden	Hills	Farm                                    Manager/Secretary:		Ellen	Corob	
 8455	Creston	Rd.,	Paso	Robles,	CA                              Mail to:	1533	Galleon	Wy,	
 Judges:	Janet	Curtis	(S),	Donna	Richardson	(S)                 San	Luis	Obispo,	CA	93405	
 Recognition: USEF	Level	2	(315280),	USDF,	CDS                  (805)	440-2947	or	emcorob@charter.net
 Technical Delegate: Susan	Lombardi                             Closing Date: 	May	26,	2011

 Show Date #3: july 10, 2011 - SLO-CDS Summer Fling
 Location: Los	Osos	Valley	Equine	Farm                          Contact:		Ellen	Corob	
 1069	Los	Osos	Valley	Rd,	Los	Osos,	CA                          Mail to:	1533	Galleon	Wy,	
 Judge: Melonie	Kessler	(S)                                     San	Luis	Obispo,	CA	93405
 Recognitions: CDS                                              (805)	440-2947	or	emcorob@charter.net
                                                                Closing Date:		July	1,	2011
 Show Date #4: September 3-4, 2011 - SLO-CDS Fall Fling and
 CDS CENTRAL REGIONAL ADULT AMATEUR COMPETITION
 Location: Golden	Hills	Farm                                    Manager/Secretary:		Ellen	Corob	
 8455	Creston	Rd.,	Paso	Robles,	CA                              Mail to:	1533	Galleon	Wy,	
 Judges: Louise	Koch	(S),	Mary	Grace	Davidson	(S)	              San	Luis	Obispo,	CA	93405	
 Recognition: 	USEF	Level	2	(324898),	USDF,	CDS                 (805)	440-2947	or	emcorob@charter.net
 Technical Delegate: Cynthia	Reid	                              Closing Date:		August	20,	2011

CLASS No.                  DESCRIPTION                   CLASS No.                 DESCRIPTION

Go	to	TWIN	RIVERS	RANCH	page	for	APRIL	10-11,	2010	CDS,	USDF,	USEF	SHOW	
The	information	below	is	for		Show	#2	&	#4	ONLY	–	STAKES	CLASSES	SHOW	#2	ONLY
SAT SUN                                                        SAT SUN
A	    AA	         USDF	Intro,	Test	A		         O-A-J           142		 242	STAKES	 Fourth	Level	Test	2	          O-A-J
B	    BB	         USDF	Intro,	Test	B			        O-A-J           143	 243	             Fourth	Level	Test	3	      O-A-J-Q	
101		 201	        Training	Level	Test	1		      O-A-J           144	 244	             Fourth	Level	Freesyle	    O-A-J-Q
102	 202	STAKES	 Training	Level	Test	2		       O-A-J           152							252	STAKES	 Prix	St.	George	          O-A-J-Q
103	 203	         Training	Level	Test	3		      O-A-J-Q 161	 261	STAKES	 Intermediare	I	                        O-A-J-Q
111	  211	        First	Level	Test	1	          O-A-J           162	 262	STAKES	 Intermediare	II	               O-Q	
112	 212	STAKES	 First	Level		Test	2		         O-A-J           165	 265	             Intermediare	I	Freestyle	 O-Q	
113	 213	         First	Level		Test	3									             	
                                               O-A-J-Q			 172	 272	STAKES	 Grand	Prix	                         O-Q
114	 214	         First	Level	Freestyle	       O-A-J-Q 174	 274	                     Grand	Prix		Special	      O
121	 221	         Second	Level	Test	1							 O-A-J												 175	 275	             Grand	Prix		Feestyle	     O-Q
122	 222	STAKES	 Second	Level	Test	2	          O-A-J									 181	 281				           FEI	YR	Team	Test	         YR
123	 223		        Second	Level	Test	3		        O-A-J-Q 182	 282				                  FEI	YR	Individual	Test	   YR
124	 224	         Second	Level	Freestyle	 O-A-J-Q			 183	 283				                    FEI	YR	Prix	St	George	
131	 231	         Third	Level	Test	1		         O-A-J           	         	           Freestyle	                YR	
132	 232		        Third	Level	Test	2	          O-A-J           184	 284	             FEI	YR	Team	Test	         YR
133		 233	        Third	Level	Test	3	          O-A-J-Q 185	 285				                  FEI	YR	Individual	Test	   YR	
134	 234	         Third	Level	Freestyle	       O-A-J-Q 190	 290	                     Pas	de		Deux	             O-A-J
141	 241	         Fourth	Level	Test	1	         O-A-J           191	 291	             Quadrille	State	Test	     O-A-J
                                                               195	 291	             FEI	Para-Equestrian	TOC	 O-A-J

                       PLEASE NOTE “Q “ ON ENTRY FOR GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE/USDF
                           QUALIFYING CLASSES: Highest test of level – add $ 10 to entry

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                        NO DOGS ALLOWED ON GROUNDS – PLEASE!
Entries:	Make	checks	payable	to	“SLO-CDS”.		Visit	www.slocds.org		to	download	premium.
Please	mail	entries	to:	Ellen	Corob,	1533	Galleon	Way,		San	Luis	Obispo,	CA	93405
Dover	class	will	be	Sat.,	Sec.	Level	Test	2.		USDF	Benefit	Class	First	level	test	3	on	Sat.	USDF/Great	American	
Insurance	Group/USDF	Qualifying	Classes	ADD	a	“Q”	after	 the	class	number	on	 the	entry	form.		NOTE:	
Rider/Owner	must	be	full	members	of	USEF	and	participating	members	of	USDF.		Horse	must	be	lifetime	
or	annual	member	of	USEF	and	Lifetime	of	USDF.	
ENTRIES:	Please	use	USEF/CDS	entry	form	that	can	be	found	at	www.slocds.org	or	in	the	omnibus.	All	
entries	must	be	postmarked	by	 the	closing	date,	late	fee	of	$25	for	all	entries.	The	show	management	
may	close	entries	early	if	the	show	is	full.	Entries	must	be	filled	out	completely;	a	$20	fee	will	apply	to	all	
incomplete	entries.	EACH ENTRY MUST INCLUDE A LEGIBLE COPY OF ALL MEMBERSHIP CARDS (USEF, USDF,
AND CDS) for horse, rider and owner, trainer and coach as indicated on the form.***
ENTRy FEES PER CLASS: USDF	Introductory	Level-	$30	per	test.	Training	Level-	Fourth	Level	(A/O/YR)	$45	
per	test.	FEI	classes	$60	per	test.	USDF	QUALIFYING	CLASSES	add	$10	per	class	fee.	Quadrille	classes-$50.	     	
Entry	changes	after	closing	date-	$15;	Incomplete	Entry	Fee-	$20;	Late	Entry	Fee-$25;	accepted	as	space	is	
available.		
ENTRy FEES PER HORSE: USEF	Drug	Fee-	$15;	CDFA	Drug	Fee-	$5;	Office	Fee-	$30;	CDS	Travel	Grant	Fee-	$2;	
Grounds	Fee-	$25	per	show	day	for	non-stabled	horses.	
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	posted	on	the	Wednesday	before	the	show	date	at	www.slocds.org.		
STABLING:	40	10X10	stalls	with	doors	at	$120/weekend,	$65	a	day,	no	overnight.	(Includes	$25	grounds	
fee)	

CDS CENTRAL REGIONAL ADULT AMATEUR CHAPTER COMPETITION CLASSES
                  Sponsored by Equine Insurance
All Classes are on Sunday September 4, 2011	(use	open	show	classes	on	Saturday	for	Warm-Up)
		205	 Training	Level	Test	3	Novice		               206	 Training	Level	Test	3	Elite	
		215	 First	Level	Test	3	Novice		                  216	 First	Level	Test	3	Elite	
		225	 Second	Level	Test	3	Novice		                 226	 Second	Level	Test	3	Elite	
		235	 Third	Level	Test	3	Novice		                  236	 Third	Level	Test	3	Elite	
		245	 Fourth	Level	Test	3	Novice		                 246	 Fourth	Level	Test	3	Elite	
		255	 Prix	St	Georges	Novice	                      256	 Prix	St	Georges	Elite
		265	 Intermedaire	I	Novice	                       266	 Intermedaire	I	Elite
	
First place will receive a cooler. Ribbons 1st through 10th at Training and First Levels.
Ribbons 1st through 6th at Second through Fourth Levels.
There will be a High Score Roses Award for Elite and Novice divisions for riders over 50 years of age.
Must declare “R” on the entry form or sign up at the show office.

RAAC CLASS FEES                  $55.00 Training—Fourth
                                 $70.00 FEI Classes
                                 Add “Q” to entry for GAIG/USDF Qualifying




        attention CompetitoRS
        each competitor is responsible for supplying management
        with correct association numbers (uSDf, uSef, CDS) for horse,
        owner, rider, trainer and coach (if applicable) before the day(s)
        of the competition. the scores of competitors who fail to supply
        correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.
        Competitors are strongly urged to submit copies of their
        memberships and horse registrations with the entry. entries that
        are complete in every respect will be placed in the express line.

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                               SANTA CRUZ DRESSAGE
                                        LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:
                        American	Sporthorse,	1177	Buena	Vista,	Watsonville,	CA	
                                Call	for	official	premiums	or	download	at
                                       	www.in-balance.com
                                  Contact:	Anne	Howard	(831)	336-2801
                                        or	Sarah	Miles	831-251-9871
                                      Classes	divided	Open/AA/JR-YR
                                      High	score	award	at	each	show.	
                    High	score	trophy	and	award	for	series	awarded	at	August	Show.

 Show Date #1: Monday june 6, 2011 Midsummer’s Night Dressage I
 USEF	(325708),	USDF,	CDS
 Show Date #2: july 1, 2011 – Midsummer’s Night Dressage Schooling
 Show Date #3: Monday August 15, 2011 Midsummer’s Night Dressage III
 USEF	(317734),	USDF,	CDS
 Judge:	TBD                                                    Manager/Secretary:	Sarah	Miles
 Technical Delegate: TBD                                       (831)	251-9871

 Show Date #1 : july 22, 2011 Coastal Classic I
 Show Date #2: july 23-24, 2011 Coastal Classic II
 Judge:	TBD                                                    Manager/Secretary:	Sarah	Miles
 Recognitions:	USEF	(316043,	317732),	USDF,	CDS,	CQA           (831)	251-9871
 Technical Delegate: TBD                                       Opening Date: May	22,	2011
                                                               Closing Date: July	1,	2011

                                      LIMITED INFORMATION
                    Call for premium or download online at www.in-balance.com

Midsummer’s Night Dressage Shows:	Please	refer	to	the	website	for	updates	for	other	recognized	
shows	and	schooling	shows	at	American	Sporthorse.	CLASSES:	Introductory	Level	through	Grand	Prix.	
Freestyles,	Pas	de	Deux	and	Quadrilles	welcome.	DIRECTIONS:	Hwy	1	to	Watsonville,	take	Buena	Vista	exit	
and	turn	west	toward	the	ocean.	Farm	is	about	1/2	mile	on	the	left.	Gate	has	push	button	for	automatic	
opening.	OTHER:	Well-maintained	DUST	FREE	sand/synthetic	footing	in	both	covered	warm-up	(24m	
x	60m)	and	outdoor	show	arena	(20m	x	60m).	No	dogs,	please.	Food	available	on	grounds.	Temporary	
stabling	with	doors	available.	PA	system	available.	Freestyle	music	preferred	on	CD.	Vet/farrier	on-call,	
numbers	in	office.	Many	hotels	within	10	minute	drive.

Coastal Classic #1 & #2: Entries	will	only	be	accepted	via	mail.	No	entries	will	be	accepted	hand	
delivered.	Completed	entries	will	be	accepted	on	a	first	received,	first	served	basis.	A	completed	entry	will	
be	filled	out	in	its	entirety,	with	appropriate	signatures	and	copies	of	cards.	Incomplete	entries	will	be	
returned	to	competitor	and	resubmitted	after	completion.	This	show	fills	early	every	year.	When	show	
is	full,	all	other	entries	will	be	placed	on	a	wait	list.	At	closing	date,	those	on	wait	list	will	be	notified	
via	e-mail	that	they	are	on	a	wait	list.	The	wait	list	will	also	be	posted	on	the	web	site	at	closing	date.	
If	show	is	not	filled,	post	entries	will	be	taken	until	show	is	filled.	Ride	times	will	be	posted	on	web	site	
and	e-mailed	to	competitors	two	weeks	before	show.	Include	e-mail	address	on	entry.	It	is	the	rider’s	
responsibility	to	check	the	web	site	for	ride	times	or	contact	show	manager	if	ride	times	are	not	received.	
Mail	entries	to:	10200	Love	Creek	Rd,	Ben	Lomond,	CA	95005.	Checks	payable	to	Santa	Cruz	CDS.	Web	site	
is		www.in-balance.com

DIRECTIONS:	Hwy	1	to	Watsonville,	take	Buena	Vista	exit	and	turn	west	toward	the	ocean.	Farm	is	about	
1/2	mile	on	the	left.	Gate	has	push	button	for	automatic	opening.	OTHER:	Well-maintained	DUST	FREE	
sand/	synthetic	footing	in	both	covered	warm-up	(24m	x	60m)	and	outdoor	show	arena	(20m	x	60m).	
No	dogs,	please.	Food	available	on	grounds.	Temporary	stabling	with	doors	available.	PA	system	available.	
Freestyle	music	preferred	on	CD.	Vet/farrier	on-call,	numbers	in	office.	Many	hotels	within	10	minute	
drive.


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                                        SHASTA CHAPTER


 Show Date #1: April 17, 2011 - Schooling Show
 Location:		Two	Bar	Training	Center	                           Contact:	Shirley	McCarthy
 21922	Two	Bar	Trail,	Palo	Cedro                               (530)	547-3854	dennis@etcrier.net
 Judge:		TBA                                                   Closing Date: 	April	10,	2011
 	
 Show Date #2: May 7-8, 2011 - Shasta Chapter Spring
 Location: Cottonwood	Creek	Equestrian	Ctr.	                   Manager/Secretary:	Connie	Davenport
 18550	Evergreen	Rd.,	Cottonwood,	CA		96022                    530-265-0950	davenport@saber.net
 Judge: Melonie	Kessler	(S)                                    Technical Delegate:		Maureen	Van	Tuyl	
 Recognitions: 	USEF	Level	2	(2946),USDF,CDS,ODS               Open Date:		March	1,	2011
                                                               Closing Date:		May	1,	2011

 Show Date #3: june 12, 2011
 Location:		Two	Bar	Training	Center	                           Contact:		Carol	Wilson	
 21922	Two	Bar	Trail,	Palo	Cedro	                              (530)	547-5779	
 Judge:		Angela	Littlefield,	(S)		                             Closing Date:		June	4,	2011
 Recognition:		CDS	                                        	         	            	

 Show Date #4: Sept. 18, 2011
 Location: Camelot	Equestrian	Park	1985	Clark	Rd	              Contact:	Shirley	McCarthy
 (Hwy	191),	Butte	Valley,	CA		95965                            985	Clark	Rd	(Hwy	191),	Butte	Valley,	CA		95965	
 Judge:	TBA	Closing	Date:	Sept.	10,	2011                       (530)	547-3854
 Recognition:		CDS	                                            Closing Date:		Sept.	10,	2011
CLASS No.        DESCRIPTION                            CLASS No.        DESCRIPTION
SAT      SUN                                             SAT      SUN
91	      191	      USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	A              141	     241	      Fourth	Level,	Test	1
92	      192	      USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	B              142	     242	      Fourth	Level,	Test	2
93				   193		     	USDF	Intro	Level,	Test	C	            143	     243	      Fourth	Level,	Test	3	             Q
101	     201	      Training	Level,	Test	1                150	     250	      FEI	Test		of	Choice		             Q
102	     202	      Training	Level,	Test	2                160	     260	      USDF	Freestyle,	Levels	I-IV	      Q	
103	     203	      Training	Level,	Test	3	      Q	       165	     265	      FEI		Freestyle,	Test	of	Choice	   Q
111	     211	      First	Level,	Test	1                   170	     270	      Quadrille	-	specify		test
112	     212	      First	Level,	Test	2                   180	     280	      Pas	de	deux		
113	     213	      First	Level,	Test	3		        Q	       190	     290	      Dressage	Equitation
121	     221	      Second	Level,	Test	1                  501	     502		     Materiale
122	     222	      Second	Level,	Test	2                  601	     602	      ParaEquestrian,	Team
123	     223	      Second	Level,	Test	3	        Q        603	     604	      ParaEquestrian,	Individual
131	     231	      Third	Level,	Test	1                   605	     606	      ParaEquestrian,	Freestyle
132	     232	      Third	Level,	Test	2	                  607			   608			    Young	Horse	TOC
133	     233	      Third	Level,	Test	3		        Q

* TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

Opportunity Classes	-	USEF	GR821	non-member	conditions	apply.
105				205				Training	Level,	Test	1           115				215				First	Level,	Test	1
106				206				Training	Level,	Test	2           116				216				First	Level,	Test	2
                           Show	#2	Cross	entry	permitted	with	other	show	classes.

                              Class 223 is the Dover Adult Amateur Medal Class
                    Q = Great American Insurance Group / USDF Qualifying (Show #2 only)


          Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
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ENTRIES:		Entries	must	be	accompanied	by	ALL	FEES	and	complete	in	every	respect.		Any	returned	checks	
will	be	penalized	$15	plus	bank	charges.		Post	entries	on	space	available	basis	subject	to	$10	per	class	late	
fee.		Refunds,	if	time	is	filled,	less	$25	handling	fee.		Management	reserves	the	right	to	cancel,	combine	or	
amend	any	class	or	make	any	change	required	by	circumstances.		Fax	entries	accepted	only	if	show	does	
not	fill	with	entries	that	are	postmarked	in	a	timely	fashion.		Classes	may not	be	scheduled	in	numerical	
order.		Musical	freestyle	and	quadrilles	will	be	scheduled	at	times	of	maximum	spectator	interest..	Special	
scheduling	needs	must	be	noted	on	entries	and	will	be	accommodated	if	possible.
FEES:		Schooling	Show	only	$25	per	class.		$35	(Intro);	$40	(Training-First);	$45	(Second-Fourth);	$50	(FEI);	
$45	(Musical	Freestyle);	$45/team	(Quadrille	or	Pas	de	Deux,	each	test).		ADD	$10	if	adding	USDF	Qualifying	
(Classes	designed	as	Q).		Checks	payable	to	Shasta	Chapter	CDS	and	mail	to:		May	Show:		Connie	Davenport,	
17930	Highway	20	East,	Nevada	City,	CA		95959.		CDS	and	schooling	show	entries	are	to	be	mailed	to	Shasta	
Chapter	CDS,	P.O.	Box	122,	Palo	Cedro,	CA		96073
TIMES: Ride	times	will	be	emailed	or	you	must	phone	show	manager.		Show	#2	posted	on	
www.foxvillage.com
AWARDS:		Prizes	to	First,	ribbons	through	Fifth.		The	following	will	be	combined	awards:		91,	92	&	93,	91J,	92J	
&	93J;	FEI	classes.		No	separate	awards	for	GAIG/USDF	classes.		Several	high	percentage	perpetual	trophies.
STABLING:		Available	on	the	grounds	at	CCEC	(covered	pipe	paddocks)	and	Camelot	(pipe	paddocks	
without	cover).	Note	special	needs	on	the	entry;	$35/night	which	includes	first	night’s	bedding.	A	$25	
refundable	cleaning	deposit	to	be	included	in	a	separate	check	with	entry.	Horse	owner	is	responsible	for
any	damages	to	paddocks.	Contact:	Shirley	McCarthy,	530-547-3854.	
ACCOMMODATIONS:	CCEC	and	Camelot	have	camping	on	the	show	grounds	for	$15/night;	no	hook-ups.		
Camelot	has	hot	showers	and	flush	toilets.		Best	Western	Knights	Inn	2688	Gateway	Dr.,	Anderson	
365-2753	for	Cottonwood	show	and	Redding	motels	for	Two	Bar	Training	Center	shows.		Camelot	hotels	
10	minutes	away	in	Oroville.	See	website,	www.camelotequestrianpark.com	for	more	information.
DIRECTIONS: CCEC:The	show	grounds	are	in	Cottonwood;	10	miles	south	of	Redding.		Take	the		Bowman	
Rd	exit	off	I5	south,	go	west	approximately	3	miles	turning	right	onto	Evergreen	Rd.		Show	grounds	are		ap-
proximately	3/4	of	a	mile	on	the	right.
Two Bar Training Center: 	From	I5	in	Redding,	take		Hwy	44	east	to	Deschutes	Rd.	(approx.	9	miles)		Turn	left	
on	Deschutes	and	go	about	4	miles	to	Boyle	Rd.		Turn	left	and	then	right	on	Leslye	Lane.		Two	Bar	Trail	is	off	
Leslye	Lane	on	the	right.		Speed	limit	is	15	mph.
OTHER:	Vet/Farrier	posted	on	show	grounds.	CCEC:	Footing	is	sand	in	performance	arena	and	loam	in	the	
warm-up	arena.		Separate	lunge	area.	Two	Bar:		Sand	in	both	performance	and	warm-up	arenas.			Food	and	
drinks	available	each	day.		NO	dogs	or	unattended	children	on	show	grounds.		Warm-up	arena	closed	Friday	
evening	from	6:00	to	7:00	p.m.		Competition	arena	closed	at	5:00	p.m.	on	Friday.




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                                          SIERRA NEVADA
        Not the Official Prize List, Please see Website, www.snc-cds.com, or call Management for Official Prizelist
Show Date #1: April 30-May 1, 2011 Spring Dressage
Location:		Franktown	Meadows	Equestrian	Ct.                             Manager/Secretary:	Connie	Davenport
4200	Old	Hwy	395,	N.	Carson	City,	NV	89704                              530-265-0950	davenport@saber.net
Judge:	Angela	Littlefield                                               Technical Delegate:	Susan	Lombardi	
Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(326861),	USDF,	CDS	                         Opening Date:		March	7,	2011
                                                                        Closing Date: 	April	22,	2011

Show Date #2: july 16-17, 2011 - CDS Dressage in the Sierra
Location:		Franktown	Meadows	Equestrian	Ct.                              Manager/Secretary:	Connie	Davenport
4200	Old	Hwy	395,	N.	Carson	City,	NV	89704                               530-265-0950	davenport@saber.net
Judge:		TBA	                                                             Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis
Recognition:		USEF	Level	2	(324902),	USDF,	CDS	                          Opening Date:		May	23,	2011
                                                                         Closing Date:		July	8,	2011

Show Date #3: October 30, 2011 - SNC Halloween Dressage
Location:		Franktown	Meadows	Equestrian	Ct.                              Manager/Secretary:	Connie	Davenport
4200	Old	Hwy	395,	N.	Carson	City,	NV	89704                               530-265-0950	davenport@saber.net
Judge:		Creeky	Rouston                                                   Technical Delegate:	NA	
Recognition:		CDS                                                        Opening Date:		Sept.	5,	2011
                                                                         Closing Date:		October	21,	2011
CLASS No.       DESCRIPTION                                  CLASS No.         DESCRIPTION
SAT SUN                                                      SAT SUN
101	 201	       Training	Level,	Test	1	         O-A-J        141	 241	         Fourth	Level,	Test	1	     O-A-J
102	 202	       Training	Level,	Test	2	         O-A-J        142	 242	         Fourth	Level,	Test	2	     O-A-J
103	 203	       Training	Level,	Test	3	         O-A-J-Q      143	 243	         Fourth	Level,	Test	3	     O-A-J-Q
111	 211	       First	Level,	Test	1	            O-A-J        150	 250	         FEI	(Specify)	            O-Q						
112	 212	       First	Level,	Test	2	            O-A-J        170	 270	         Freestyle	(Specify)	      O-Q
113	 213	       First	Level,	Test	3	            O-A-J-Q      1	     2	         Intro	Test	A
121	 221	       Second	Level,	Test	1	           O-A-J        11	    12	        Intro	Test	B
122	 222	       Second	Level,	Test	2	           O-A-J        21				 22			      Intro	Test	C	
123	 223	       Second	Level,	Test	3	           O-A-J	-Q     180			 280			     Equitation	13	years	and	under
131	 231	       Third	Level,	Test	1	            O-A-J	       181			 281				    Equitation	14-17	years	
132	 232	       Third	Level,	Test	2	            O-A-J	       182			 282		      Young	Horse	TOC
133	 233	       Third	Level,	Test	3	            O-A-J-Q      183			 283			     Materiale	

 Opportunity Classes	-	USEF	GR821	non-member	conditions	apply.	Shows	1	&	2	only

 105				205				Training	Level,	Test	1                        115				215				First	Level,	Test	1
 106				206				Training	Level,	Test	2                        116				216				First	Level,	Test	2

* TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.
              Manager’s option to combine classes based on number of entries
                               USEF GR821 membership exemptions apply


                                    Unless otherwise stated on the website,
                         the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.




                  Information & Prize Lists • Ride Times & Results
                                          www.snc-cds.com
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ENTRIES:		Mail	entries		to	Connie	Davenport,	17930	Highway	20	East,	Nevada	City,	CA		95959.		Post	entries	
accepted	if	there	is	space	available,	with	$10	per	entry	charge.	For	shows	1	&	2	only:	Great	American	Insur-
ance/USDF	Qualifying	classes:	add	$10	fee	to	the	class	fee	and	a	“Q”	to	the	class	number.		For	shows	1	&	2	
only:	Class	223	is	the	Dover	Adult	Amateur	Medal	Class.		All	prize	lists	posted	on	www.snc-cds.com.	Payment	
in	full	must	be	included	with	the	entry	or	the	entry	will	be	returned	as	incomplete.	Class	change	fee	$10	
per	change.	The	designated	Non-USEF	member	classes	do	not	require	non-member	fees	to	be	paid	to	USEF,	
USDF,	or	CDS.	CDS	members	riding	in	these	classes	will	qualify	for	CDS	awards
TIMES:	Times	will	be	posted	on	www.snc-cds.com.
AWARDS:		Ribbons	through	5th	place.		Trophies	for	1st	place	if	more	than	3	horses	in	class	or	score	is	60%	
or	better.		See	prize	list.		Classes	may	be	split	Open-Adult	Amateur	-	JR/Yr	if	entries	warrant.
STABLING:	Stabling	contact	information	on	website.		
ACCOMMODATIONS:		Many	affordable	motels	and	hotels	in	the	Reno/Carson	City	area.	Food	will	be	avail-
able	for	purchase	on	the	show	grounds.	
DIRECTIONS:		Information	posted	on	website	
OTHER:		Vet/Farrier	will	be	available	on	call.	Contact	phone	numbers	will	be	posted	in	the	show	office.	
FOOTING:		Sand	&	decomposed	granite	mix.		




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                               SONOMA CHAPTER

Show Date #1: june 3-5, 2011 - “Shelly Siegel” Show
Location:		Santa	Rosa	Equestrian	Center                          Manager/Secretary: 	Connie	Davenport
3184	Guerneville	Road,	Santa	Rosa,	CA	95401                      530-265-0950		davenport@saber.net
Judge: Joan	Macartney	(S),	Ulrich	Schmitz	(DB)	(S)               Opening Date:	April	8,	2011
Recognitions:	USEF	Level	3	(252543)USDF,	CDS                     Closing Date: 	May	27,	2011
Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis                                Vet & Farrier:		TBA	(Posted	on	grounds)	

CLASS No.              DESCRIPTION                        CLASS No.                 DESCRIPTION
FRI    SAT SUN                                            FRI    SAT     SUN
101	   201	 301	 Training	Level,	Test	1                   165	   	       	      FEI	Pony	Team	Warm-up
102	   202		 302	 Training	Level,	Test	2	                 166	   	       	      FEI	Pony	Individual	Warm-up	 	
103	   203	 303	 Training	Level,	Test	3	        Q	        167	   	       	      FEI	Pony	Freestyle	Warm-up
111	   211	 311	 First	Level,	Test	1                      168	   	       	      Brentina	Cup	Warm-up
112	   212		 312	 First	Level,	Test	2	                    169	   	       	      USEF	PSG	Developing	Horse	Warm-up	 	
113	   213	 313	 First	Level,	Test	3	           Q         171	   271	    371	   Freestyle	-	Level	I	          Q
121	   221	 321	 Second	Level,	Test	1	                    172	   272	    372	   Freestyle	-	Level	II	         Q
122	   222	 322	 Second	Level,	Test	2	                    173	   273	    373	   Freestyle	-	Level	III	        Q
123	   223	 323	 Second	Level,	Test	3	          Q         174	   274	    374	   Freestyle	-	Level	IV	         Q
	      223 is the USDF/Dover AA Medal	                    175	   275		   375	   Freestyle-Inter.	I	           Q
131	   231	 331	 Third	Level,	Test	1	                     176	   276	    376	   Freestyle	-	Grand	Prix	       Q
132	   232	 332	 Third	Level,	Test	2	                     194	   294	    	      USEF	Young	Horse	4	Y-O
133	   233	 333	 Third	Level,	Test	3	           Q         195	   295	    	      FEI	Young	Horse	5	Y-O
141	   241	 341	 Fourth	Level,	Test	1	                    196	   296	    	      FEI	Young	Horse	6	Y-O
142	   242	 342	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2	                    404	   405	    406	   Materiale
143	   243	 343	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3	          Q         407	   408	    409	   Dressage	Seat	Equitation
151	   251		 351	 Prix	St.	Georges	             Q         190	   290	    390	   Pas	de	deux	-	State	Level
153	   253	 353	 Intermediaire	I	               Q         191	   291	    391	   Quadrille/Compulsory/State	Test
155	   255	 355	 Intermediaire	II	              Q         192	   292	    392	   Quadrille/Freestyle/State	Test
157	   257		 357	 Grand	Prix	                   Q         901	   902	    903	   ParaEquestrian,	Team	TOC
159	   259		 359	 Grand	Prix	Special	                     904	   905	    906	   ParaEquestrian,	Individual	TOC
160	   		     	    FEI	Junior	Team		Warm-up	 Q            907	   908	    909	   ParaEquestrian,	Freestyle	TOC
161	   	      	    FEI	Junior	Individual	Warm-up          1	     21	     31	    USDF	Intro,	Test	A
162	   	      	    FEI	Junior	Freestyle	Warm-up           2	     22	     32	    USDF	Intro,	Test	B
163	   	      	    FEI	Young	Rider	Team	Warm-up	Q         3	     23	     33	    USDF	Intro,	Test	C
164	   	      	    FEI	Young	Rider	Freestyle	Warm-up




        * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.

                                  Opportunity Classes Cross entry permitted.
                                  USEF GR821 membership exemptions apply
OPPORTUNITY CLASSES                         See	USEF	Rules.	In	addition,	show	limits	entry	to	Riders	who
811		 821		 831	Training	Level,	Test	1      have	not	shown	above	First	Level	and	who	have	received	no
812		 822		 832	Training	Level,	Test	2      more	than	three	scores	of	60%.

Competitors	MAY	cross-enter	into	the	regular	show	division.	but	if	they	do	so,	are	subject	to	all	appli-
cable	fees,	horse	registration	and	rider/driver/handler/owner	requirements.
               CDS Sonoma “Shelly Siegel” is a Level 3 Dressage Competition




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Official	Qualifying	Competition	for	the	FEI	North	American	Junior	and	Young	Riders’	Championships	and	
 USEF	National	Junior,	Young	Rider	&	Brentina	Cup	Championships.	Official	Qualifying	Competition	for	
            the	Markel/USEF	Young	Horse	Dressage	Program	and	USEF	National	Developing
      Horse	Dressage	Championship	(sponsored	by	the	Dutta	Corp	&	PSI)”	-	specific	classes	follow:

SATURDAY	JUNE	4					601		 FEI	Junior	Team	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying	                             Q
																																					 602		 FEI	Young	Rider	Team	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying		     Q
	                                     603		 Brentina	Cup	Test	USEF	Qualifying
																																			 604		 USEF	PSG	Developing	Horse	Test	USEF	Qualifying
																																	     606		 FEI	Pony	Rider	Team	Test	USEF	Qualifying	(measurement	card	required	to	enter)

SUNDAY	JUNE	5								 700		                FEI	Junior	Individual	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying
																																		 701		   FEI	Junior	Freestyle	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying
																																		 702		   FEI	Young	Rider	Individual	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying				
																																	  703		   FEI	Young	Rider	Freestyle	Test	NAJYRC	&	USEF	Qualifying
																																   704		   USEF	Four	-Year	-Old	Test	Markel	USEF	Qualifying
																															    705		   FEI	Five-Year	-Old	Test	Markel	USEF	Qualifying
																														     706		   FEI	Six-Year	-Old	Test	Markel	USEF	Qualifying
																														     707		   FEI	Pony	Rider	Individual	Test	USEF	Q	(measurement	card	required	to	enter)
																													      708		   FEI	Pony	Freestyle	USEF	Qualifying	(measurement	card	required	to	enter)

                         Shelly Siegel Dressage Sport Horse Breed Show - June 3, 2011
            West	Coast	Qualifying	Event	-	2011	Great	American	Insurance	Group/USDFBC	Series	Final
	            Judge:		Ulrich	Schmitz			Technical	Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis		Safety	Officer:		Tracy	Underwood

                        Current year Foal Classes - $50 per class - Class 503, No Fee
501		 Fillies	of	current	year,	with	or	without	dam,	foal	only	to	be	judged
502		 Colts/Geldings	of	current	year,	with	or	without	dam,	foal	only	to	be	judged
503		 **Current	Year	Foal	Championship	-	Qualifier	USDFBC	-	1st	and	2nd	placed	horses	501/502
	                  young Horse/Sport Horse Classes - $50 per class - Classes 521 - 522, No Fee
511		 Yearling	Filly	Prospects
512		 Yearling	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
513		 Two-Yr	Old	Filly	Prospects
514		 Two-Yr	Old	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
515		 Three-Yr	Old	Filly	Prospects
516		 Three-Yr	Old	Colt	&	Gelding	Prospects
521		 **Filly	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	USDFBC	-	1st	and	2nd	placed	horses	in	518,	520,	522
522		 **Colt	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	USDFBC	-	1st	and	2nd	placed	horses	in	519,	521,	523
	                    Mature Horse/Breeding Classes - $50 per class - Classes 536-537, No Fee
528		 Four-year-old	and	older	mare	with	or	without	foals.	Mares	only	to	be	judged.
529		 Four-year-old	and	older	Maiden	or	Yeld	mares	(not	nursing	or	currently	in	foal)
530		 Four	and	Five-year-old	Stallions
531		 Six-year-old	and	older	Stallions
536		 **Mare	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	USDFBC	-	1st	and	2nd	placed	horses	in	528	and	529
537		 **Stallion	Championship	-	Qualifier	for	USDFBC	-	1st	and	2nd	placed	horses	in	530	and	531
**Champion	and	Reserve	are	eligible	to	compete	in	the	Series	Final	-	if	either	or	both	have	already	quali-
fied	for	the	Series	Final	class,	only	the	third	place	horse	will	be	invited.		Additionally,	any	horse	receiving	a	
77%	or	better	in	its	age/sex	class	will	be	eligible	to	compete	in	the	final.
                                        Materiale Classes - $45 per class
Horses	must	be	at	least	36	months	of	age	to	participate	in	Materiale	Classes.
543	      Three	year	old	Fillies	 	           	          553	        Three	year	old	Colts
544	      Four	year	old	Mares	 	              	          554	        Four	year	old	Stallions	and	Geldings
545	      Five	year	old	Mares	 	              	          555	        Five	year	old	Stallions	and	Geldings


                                       	NO	HORSE,	INCLUDING	FOALS,	MAY	BE	SHOWN	LOOSE

Some	local	rules	may	vary.	Please	refer	to	the	USEF	Rule	Book	DR	201-211	for	complete	Dressage	Sport	
Horse	rules.

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                        SHOW RULES AND PROCEDURES
          Please note that this is synopsis of the show rules. The complete listing will be posted on
                                       www.winecountrydressage.org

NOTE: A	 copy	 of	 all	 cards	 (USEF,	 USDF,	 and	 CDS)	 for	 rider,	 owner,	 and	 trainer	 MUST	 accompany	 entry.	
                                                                                                                   	
Amateurs-USEF	card	must	state	such.		GreatAmericanInsurance/USDF	Qualifying	classes	REQUIRE	proof	of	
USDF	Participating		for	riders	and	Business	Membership	or	Participating	for	owner	as	well	as	USEF(Annual	
or	Life)	and	USDF	(Life)	Horse	registration	numbers.		ENTRIES	ARE	NOT	COMPLETE	UNTIL	ALL	OF	THE	ABOVE	
IS	SATISFIED.		Coaches	must	check	in	at	office	to	sign	entry	and	show	proof	of	USEF	membership	or	pay	non-
member	fee.	Those	who	do	not	submit	required	proofs	are	liable	for	any	fines	and	fees	that	are	imposed	
by	the	show	or	the	sponsoring	organizations.
ENTRIES: All	entries	must	be	made	on	official	USEF	entry	blanks,	found	in	back	of	current	Omnibus	and	
posted	on	website.		Completed	entries	accepted	in	order	received. Post entries are welcome and will be
put on a wait list if the show is full.
MAIL TO: Connie	Davenport,	17930	Highway	20	East,	Nevada	City,	CA		95959
FEES: 	$45/class	-	Opportunity	and	Training	through	Fourth;	$55/FEI	and	all	Freestyles.		NAJYRC/USEF	Quali-
fying	$65.		Add	“Q”	and	$10	for	GreatAmericanInsurance/USDF	Qualifying	classes	and	include	all	horse	and	
membership	documentation.		Add	“AA”	Amateur	or	“J”		Junior	to	class	number.		$15	non-refundable	office	
fee	per	entry.	$25	plus	all	bank	fees	for	non-sufficient	funds.		Make	checks	payable	to	SONOMA	CDS.		NO	
REFUNDS	AFTER	CLOSING.		$10	fee	to	change	classes.
NO REFUNDS AFTER CLOSING. REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE IN WRITING AND SIGNED. After	the	entry	
closing	date,	refunds	will	be	made	ONLY	for	classes	that	are	filled	from	the	wait	list	AND	if	the	following	
conditions	are	met:	1)	a	veterinarian’s	certificate	or	rider’s	medical	excuse	must	be	submitted,	2)	notification	
must	be	in	writing	to	the	Show	Office	PRIOR	to	the	show	day(s)	in	question.		A	processing	fee	of	$30	per	
class	will	be	deducted	from	the	refund.		Refund	lists	are	maintained	in	order	of	date	and	time	of	scratch.	
Refunds	will	be	applied	 to	 the	list,	starting	with	 the	earliest	valid	scratch.		There will be no refund for
stabling once it is ordered.		
FREESTyLES: proof	of	60%	at	highest	test	of	level	entered	MUST	accompany	entry.
AWARDS: Awards	to	1st	place	in	classes	with	3	or	more	entries.		Ribbons	through	5th.		Open,	Amateur,	and	
Junior	awarded	separately	with	3	or	more	entries.	Several	Show	and	High	Percentage	Awards.
TIMES: By	email	the	week	of	the	show.		Competitor	is	responsible	to	obtain	times.
STABLING: Portable	stalls	with	dutch-doors	and	roofs.		$145	for	the	show,	includes	one	bale	of	shavings.	          	
Additional	bedding	and	feed	available	for	purchase.		Lighting	provided.	No	plug-in	electricity.	Limited	perma-
nent	stabling	-	$200	for	the	show	and	reserve	with	Tracy	Underwood	at	707-975-2097	prior	to	entry	closing.	
Owner/Agent/Participant	agrees	that	show	management	is	merely	providing	stabling	for	the	convenience	
of	the	participant	and	management	and	sponsoring	organizations	shall	have	no	responsibility	whatso-
ever	for	any	injury,	loss,	damage,	etc.,	as	a	result	of	using	said	stabling.		Owner/Agent/Participant	agrees	
to	indemnify,	defend,	and	hold	Show	Management,	 their	officials,	officers,	directors,	employees,	agents,	
personnel,	volunteers	and	affiliated	organizations	harmless	from	any	loss,	damage	or	claims	as	a	result	of	
said	use.	 Owner/Agent/Participant assumes all care, custody, and control with regard to this use. Once	
ordered,	there	is	no	refund	for	stalls.	Stabling	to	begin	at	noon	on	Thursday.		Wash	racks	and	showers	are	
available.No	straw	is	allowed.		Cost	of	repair	for	any	damage	or	defacement	of	property	will	be	charged	to	
the	Exhibitor. Exhibitor is responsible to inspect stall and report pre-existing damage prior to using stall.
HAUL-IN/GROUNDS: $10/horse/day or $25/weekend for all horses not stabled.
ACCOMMODATIONS: List	will	be	posted	on	website.	No	RV	hook-up	on	grounds.
FOOD: 	Food	on	grounds.		
DIRECTIONS: Santa	Rosa	Equestrian	Center:	3184	Guerneville	Rd,	Santa	Rosa,	CA	95401.	From	Hwy	101	take	
the	Hwy	12	west	exit.	At	the	stop	light	at	Hwy	12	and	Fulton	Rd,	turn	right	onto	Fulton.	At	the	stop	light	at	
Guerneville	Rd,	turn	left	and	go	about	a	mile	on	the	left	side.
VETERINARIAN/FARRIER: On	Call.		Name	and	number	posted	in	show	office.
FOOTING: Sand	and	all	weather	in	both	warm-up	and	competition	(20mx60m);	breed	show	held	on	rice	
hulls	and	sand.
OTHER: DOGS	MUST	BE	ON	LEASH	AT	ALL	TIMES	OR	WILL	BE	IMPOUNDED!	

                                           SPECIAL EVENT
    Saturday, June 3 at 5:30 pm (approx.) - Join us for BBQ by the pond. $10 donation requested.



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                                         LoCaTIoN oF aLL ShoWS
                             7541 Sloughhouse Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624
                      916-689-5121, 916-689-5120 FAX SHOW DAYS: 916-689-0409
                              MANAGER: Michele Vaughn 916-689-5121
                      CONTACT/MAIL TO: Connie Davenport davenport@saber.net
             17930 Highway 20 East, Nevada City, CA 95959 530-265-0950, 530-265-6259 FAX
Official Updated Prize List for all shows listed can be found on: www.svequestrian.com

Show Date #1: May 13-15, 2011 Starr Vaughn Dressage I
                                                                                                               r
Judges:	Jayne	Ayers	(S),	Kristi	Wysocki	(S),                    Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis AJyRC ualifieGE
plus	TBA                                                        Opening Date:	April	1,	2011    * N SEF Q T PA
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                                                                                                & U e NE
Recognitions:	USEF(323378-Level	3),	USDF,	CDS,	ODS              Closing Date:	May	1,	2011	        - se
                                                                		
 Show Date #2: November 12-13, 2011 Starr Vaughn Dressage II
Judges:		Mike	Osinski	(S),	Marilyn	Payne	(S)                    Technical Delegate:	Cindy	Reid
Recognitions: USEF(323379-	Level	3),	USDF,	CDS,	ODS             Opening Date:	October	1,	2011
                                                                Closing Date:	November	1,	2011
CLASS No.              DESCRIPTION                          CLASS No.               DESCRIPTION
FRI   SAT SUN                                               FRI SAT SUN
101	  201	 301	 Training	Level,	Test	1                      164	 	     	    FEI	Young	Rider	Freestyle	Warm-up
105	  205	 305	 Training	Level,	Test	1		Green	Horse* 165	 	            	    FEI	Pony	Team	Warm-up
102	  202		 302	 Training	Level,	Test	2	                    166	 	     	    FEI	Pony	Individual	Warm-up	 	
103	  203	 303	 Training	Level,	Test	3	                Q	 167	 	       	    FEI	Pony	Freestyle	Warm-up
111	  211	 311	 First	Level,	Test	1                         168	 	     	    Brentina	Cup	Warm-up
115	  215	 315	 First	Level,	Test	1								Green	Horse*     169	 	     	    USEF	PSG	Developing	Horse	Warm-up	
112	  212		 312	 First	Level,	Test	2	                       	171	 271	 371	 Freestyle	-	Level	I	            Q
113	  213	 313	 First	Level,	Test	3								            Q	 172	 272	 372	 Freestyle	-	Level	II	              Q
121	  221	 321	 Second	Level,	Test	1	                       173	 273	 373	 Freestyle	-	Level	III	           Q
122	  222	 322	 Second	Level,	Test	2	                       174	 274	 374	 Freestyle	-	Level	IV	            Q
123	  223	 323	 Second	Level,	Test	3	                  Q 175	 275		 375	 Freestyle-Inter.	I	                Q
	     223	is	the	USDF/Dover	AA	Medal	                       176	 276	 376	 Freestyle	-	Grand	Prix	          Q
131	  231	 331	 Third	Level,	Test	1	                        194	 294	 	     USEF	Young	Horse	4	Y-O
132	  232	 332	 Third	Level,	Test	2	                        195	 295	 	     FEI	Young	Horse	5	Y-O
133	  233	 333	 Third	Level,	Test	3	                   Q 196	 296	 	        FEI	Young	Horse	6	Y-O
141	  241	 341	 Fourth	Level,	Test	1	                       404	 405	 406	 Materiale
142	  242	 342	 Fourth	Level,	Test	2	                       407	 408	 409	 Dressage	Seat	Equitation
143	  243	 343	 Fourth	Level,	Test	3	                  Q 190	 290	 390	 Pas	de	deux	-	State	Level
151	  251		 351	 Prix	St.	Georges	                     Q 191	 291	 391	 Quadrille/Compulsory/State	Test
153	  253	 353	 Intermediaire	I	                       Q 192	 292	 392	 Quadrille/Freestyle/State	Test
155	  255	 355	 Intermediaire	II	                      Q 901	 902	 903	 ParaEquestrian,	Team	TOC
157	  257		 357	 Grand	Prix	                           Q 904	 905	 906	 ParaEquestrian,	Individual	TOC
159	  259		 359	 Grand	Prix	Special	                        907	 908	 909	 ParaEquestrian,	Freestyle	TOC
160	  		    	      FEI	Junior	Team		Warm-up	           Q 1	       21	 31	 USDF	Intro,	Test	A
161	  	     	      FEI	Junior	Individual	Warm-up            2	    22	 32	 USDF	Intro,	Test	B
162	  	     	      FEI	Junior	Freestyle	Warm-up             3	    23	 33	 USDF	Intro,	Test	C
163	  	     	      FEI	Young	Rider	Team	Warm-up				Q
          Green Horse = limited to horses who have received no more than three scores of 60% at
                                              Training Level and above.
                             Q = Great American Insurance Group/USDF Qualifying
OPPORTUNITY CLASSES                             See	USEF	Rules.	In	addition,	show	limits	entry	to	Riders	who
811		 821		 831		 Training	Level,	Test	1        have	not	shown	above	First	Level	and	who	have	received	no
812		 822		 832		Training	Level,	Test	2         more	than	three	scores	of	60%.
                ABBREVIATED SHOW RULES FOLLOW: CONSULT WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE RULES
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*	MAY	13-15	SHOW	ONLY:	Official	Qualifying	Competition	for	the	FEI	North	American	Junior	and	Young
Riders’	Championships	and	USEF	National	Junior,	Young	Rider	&	Brentina	Cup	Championships.	Official
Qualifying	Competition	for	the	Markel/USEF	Young	Horse	Dressage	Program	and	USEF	National	Developing	
Horse	Dressage	Championship	(sponsored	by	the	Dutta	Corp	&	PSI)”	-	specific	classes	follow:
SATURDAY MAY 14        601      FEI JUnIoR TEAM TEST NAJYRC & USEF QUAliFYiNg                           Q
                       602      FEI YoUng RIDER TEAM TEST NAJYRC & USEF Qualifying                      Q
                       603      BREnTInA CUp TEST USEF Qualifying
                       604      USEF pSg DEvElopIng HoRSE TEST USEF Qualifying
                       606      FEI ponY RIDER TEAM TEST USEF Qualifying (measurement card required to enter)
SUnDAY MAY 15          700      FEI JUnIoR InDIvIDUAl TEST NAJYRC & USEF Qualifying
                       701      FEI JUnIoR FREESTYlE TEST NAJYRC & USEF Qualifying
                       702      FEI YoUng RIDER InDIvIDUAl TEST NAJYRC & USEF Qualifying
                       703      FEI YoUng RIDER FREESTYlE TEST NAJYRC & USEF Qualifying
                       704      USEF FoUR-YEAR-olD TEST MARkEl USEF Qualifying
                       705      FEI FIvE-YEAR-olD TEST MARkEl USEF Qualifying
                       706      FEI SIx-YEAR-olD TEST MARkEl USEF Qualifying
                       707      FEI ponY RIDER InDIvIDUAl TEST USEF Q (measurement card required to enter)
                       708      FEI ponY FREESTYlE USEF Qualifying (measurement card required to enter)


FEES:	NAJRC/NAYRC/YOUNG	HORSE/BRENTINA	CUP/DEVELOPING	HORSE	-	$75	(May	show	only);	Intro	-
Fourth	&	PE	-	$50;	FEI	-	$60;	Freestyles	-	$65;	Equitation	-	$30;	Pas	de	deux	-	$50;	Quadrille	-	$60;	Materiale	-	$50.	
Add	$10	and	“Q”	for	GreatAmericanInsurance/USDF	Qualifying.	Office	Fee	of	$25/entry.	Late	fee	of	$25	and/or	$10/
class	for	entries	that	are	accepted	after	close	date.	Returned	check	fee	of	$25.	Billing	fee	of	$25	for	any	balance	
due	and	all	future	entries	of	rider	and	owner	will	be	returned	until	balance	is	paid.	Schooling	horses	-	$50/day/
horse	fee,	must	complete	official	entry	and	may	not	use	any	arenas	during	competition	hours.	Haul-in	fee	of	
$25/horse/day	for	any	horse	not	stabled.	Entries	first	come,	first	served	and	show	will	close	early	if
oversubscribed.
CHECKS PAyABLE TO:	Starr	Vaughn	Equestrian;	mail	to	show	contact.
SCRATCHES/REFUNDS:	Scratch	fee	of	$75	applied	to	all	refunds.	NO	REFUND	FOR	STALLS	ONCE	ORDERED.	
After	entry	closing,	class	fees	are	refundable	only	if	the	time	is	filled	and	a	Veterinarian	or	Doctor’s	excuse	is	
submitted,	less	the	scratch	fee.	No	shows	are	liable	for	all	charges.	No	refunds	due	to	weather	conditions.	No	
class	refunds	for	any	scratch	that	is	submitted	less	than	48	hours	prior	to	the	first	day	of	the	show.	No	fees	
of	any	type	will	be	refunded	unless	the	entry	is	officially	scratched.	ALL	SCRATCHES	MUST	BE	IN	WRITING	
(FAX	OR	EMAIL).
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	emailed	and	posted	on	www.svequestrian.com	and	foxvillage.com..
AWARDS:	Ribbons	to	fifth.	Award	to	first.	USDF/Dover	AA	Medal	is	Class	223	-	awarded	to	highest	scoring	
adultamateur	(must	be	over	60%).	SEASON HIGH PERCENTAGE COOLERS:	Horse	and	rider	combination	must	
participate	in	both	shows.	Criteria	for	the	coolers	posted	on	www.svequestrian.com.
STABLING:	10x10	portable	stalls	with	cover	and	doors,	$155/show	and	a	limited	number	of	12x12	permanent	
stalls	@	$185/show,	first come, first served.	Two	bales	of	shavings	included.	All	stalls	must	be	reserved	and	
paid	for	in	advance.	Move-in	is	the	day	before	the	first	day	of	the	show	and	stalls	must	be	vacated	by	the	end	
of	the	show.	You	must	call	and	make	special	arrangements	to	arrive	early	or	stay	longer.	Feed	and	bedding	are	
the	responsibility	of	the	exhibitor.	Shavings	and	hay	are	for	sale	on	the	grounds	and	must	be	ordered	before	
noon	for	same	day	delivery.	Deposit	all	manure	in	designated	areas.	Wash	horses	in	designated	area	only.
ARENAS:	Performance	arenas	are	sand,	20m	x	60m.	Outdoor	warm-ups,	120x260	are	sand.	Indoor	arena
(95x222)	is	sand.	Outdoor	courts	(140x280)	are	sand,	No	one	on	foot	allowed	in	warm-up.	Lunging	in	designated	
area	only.	Must	vacate	arenas	when	equipment	is	being	used.
DIRECTIONS:	From	the	South:	Hwy	99	N.	to	Grantline	Road.	From	Grantline,	turn	right	onto	Sloughhouse	
Road,	proceeding	to	7541	on	the	right.	From	the	West:	I-80	East	to	Business	80	(Sacramento	area)	to	Hwy	50	
E.	Exit	Hwy	50	on	Bradshaw.	Bradshaw	to	Jackson	Rd	-	Hwy	16,	turn	left.	Right	on	Sloughhouse	Road.	Proceed	
to	7541	on	the	left.	From	the	North:	I-	5	to	Business	80	(Sacramento	area),	to	Hwy	50	East.	Exit	Hwy	50	on	
Bradshaw.	Follow	directions	above.	From	the	East:	Hwy	50	from	the	Tahoe	area,	exiting	to	the	left	on	Sunrise	
Blvd	(Rancho	Cordova	area),	then	follow	the	directions	to	Highway	16.
HOTELS/RV:	Hotels	posted	on	website.	Ask	for	SVE	or	“dressage”	rate.	RV	hook-ups	available,	contact	Michele	
Vaughn	at	916-689-5121	to	reserve.	Cost	is	$35	per	day,	not	per	night.
MISCELLANEOUS:	Food	available	on	grounds.	We	urge	you	to	leave	your	dogs	at	home.	The	owner	of	any	dog	
not	leashed	will	be	billed	$100	per	occurrence	and	future	entries	to	shows	at	Starr	Vaughn	may	be	refused.	
Vet/Farrier	on-call	numbers	posted	in	show	office.	PONY	MEASUREMENT:	Anyone	interested	in	having	a	pony	
measured	by	the	Technical	Delegate	must	make	arrangements	with	the	on-call	veterinarian	to	come	to	the	
show	to	participate	in	the	measurement.	The	show	will	not	be	responsible	for	making	any	of	these	arrange-
ments	and	advises	that	if	the	on-call	veterinarian	feels	it	is	necessary	to	travel	to	a	sick	or	injured	horse	instead	
of	coming	to	the	show	to	measure,	the	show	will	in	no	way	be	held	responsible	or	liable	for	this	decision	on	
the	part	of	the	veterinarian.
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                       TEHACHAPI MOUNTAIN CHAPTER
                                                                                                               	
                                    LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS:                                              	
                                  	BVS		Equestrian	Center,	Tehachapi,	CA
                                  MANAGER:		Sally	Barton	661-821-2037
                                  SECRETARy:		Lois	Quinn	661-821-6323
 Show Date #1: june 26, 2011 - CDS TEH Spring Mountain Dressage
 Judge:	Carolyn	Doran	(R)	                            Open Date:		May	30,	2011
 Recognitions:		CDS                                   Closing Date:		June	17,	2011
 Show Date #2: july 24, 2011 - CDS TEH Mid-Summer Dressage
 Judge:		Cee	Cee	Moss-Giovannetti	(R)                 Open Date:		June	26,	2011
 Recognitions:		CDS                                   Closing Date:		July	15	2011
 Show Date #3: August 28, 2011 - CDS TEH Cool Mountain Dressage
 Judge:	David	Schmutz	(R)                             Open Date:		July	23,	2011
 Recognitions:		CDS                                   Closing Date: 	August	19,	2011
 Show Date #4: September 25, 2011 - CDS TEH Fall Mountain Dressage
 Judge: 	Melissa	Meeker-Harnett	(r)                   Open Date:		August	28,	2011
 Recognitions:		CDS                                   Closing Date:		September	16,	2011
LEVEL        TEST               DIVISION              LEVEL       TEST                 DIVISION
USDF	Intro,	Test	A	 	           O,AA,Jr/YR            Second	Level,	Test	1	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR
USDF	Intro,	Test	B	 	           O,AA,Jr/YR            Second	Level,	Test	2	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR
Training	Level,	Test	1	 	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Second	Level,	Test	3	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR
Training	Level,	Test	2	 	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Third	Level,	Test	1	    	        O,AA,Jr/YR
Training	Level,	Test	3	 	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Third	Level,	Test	2	    	        O,AA,Jr/YR
First	Level,	Test	1	    	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Third	Level,	Test	3	    	        O,AA,Jr/YR
First	Level,	Test	2	    	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Fourth	Level,	Test	1	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR
First	Level,	Test	3	    	       O,AA,Jr/YR            Fourth	Level,	Test	2	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR
                                                      Fourth	Level,	Test	3	   	        O,AA,Jr/YR


        Please specify Open, AA or JR/yR: i.e., First Level, Test 3 AA would be “First-3—AA”
          Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.
ENTRIES: 	Send	all	entries	to:		Lois	Quinn,	PMB	196,	25101	Bear	Valley	Rd,	Tehachapi,	CA	93561-8311.
FEES:		$35/Open,	AA,	YR;	$25	JR.		Grounds	Fee:		$10	per	horse	per	day.		No	refunds	after	closing	date	for	
any	reason.	No	post	entries	accepted.	
TIMES:	 	 Notification	 of	 times	 will	 be	 by	 telephone	 and	 will	 be	 posted	 on	 our	 website,	
www.tehachapidressage.org,	on	Wednesday	night	before	the	show.		It	is	the	exhibitor’s	responsibility	to	
call	the	show	secretary	in	the	event	the	time	is	not	received.
AWARDS: Ribbons	to	third	place.	Money	prizes	to	winners	of	classes	of	4	or	more	entries	with	scores	of	
60%	or	more.	Show	high	point	money	prizes	for	Jr/YR,	AA	&	Open	in	classes	of	1-3.	National	tests	only.
STABLING: 		Call	Liz	Beckham,	BVS	Eq	Ctr	Manager	at	661-821-3960.
DIRECTIONS:		From	Rt.	58,	exit	Highway	202.			At	second	signal,	Valley	Blvd	(Hwy	202),	turn	right.		Go	
through	town.		Continue	straight	for	approx.	5	to	7	miles.		Turn	right	at	Bear	Valley	Springs	sign.		Turn	
right	at	stop	sign	(Bear	Valley	Road).	After	the	guard	gate,	follow	road	for	2.4	miles.	Turn	left	into	Bear	
Valley	Springs	Equestrian	Center.	All	roads	are	excellent	and	signs	visible.
FOOTING:		Sand	in	both	warm	up	and	competition	arena.
OTHER:		Food	available	on	grounds.		Tehachapi	is	about	an	hour	from	Bakersfield	or	Lancaster.		Summer	
temperatures	average	in	the	mid-80s.	Veterinarian	and	farrier	are	on	call.




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      TemeCula	Valley	CHapTer



                    2011	Show	Schedule
         ***USEF, USDF, CDS, SD Circuit recognized



               ***May 7 & 8, 2011 – Judge: TBA
Southern California Equestrian Center (Galway Downs), Temecula

                 June 4 & 5, 2011 – Judge: TBA
Southern California Equestrian Center (Galway Downs), Temecula

          ***September 2, 3 & 4, 2011 – Judge: TBA
Southern California Equestrian Center (Galway Downs), Temecula
                               ~
                   Schooling	Show	Series
          Accumulate points for year end TEV awards

    June 25, 2011—Judge: TBA, Black Dog Farm, Murrieta

     July 23, 2011—Judge: TBA, Black Dog Farm, Murrieta

  September 24, 2011—Judge: TBA, Black Dog Farm, Murrieta
                               ~
                       Show	Contacts
                Diana Muravez (760) 728-6325
               Regina Antonioli (805) 306-1885
                             ~
                     www.TEV-CDS.org
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                                DRESSAGE AT TWIN RIVERS
                                              www.twinriversranch.us
                                 Show can be entered at www.equestrianentries.com


   This is the only USEF/USDF/CDS show held at Twin Rivers Ranch this year!
                                                                  Manager: Connie	Baxter	(805)	466-1467
 Show Date: April 9-10, 2011                                      Cell	(805)	235-0397			connie-baxter@att.net
 Location: Twin	Rivers	Ranch                                      Secretary: Ellen	Corob	(805)	440-2947
 8715	North	River	Rd,	Paso	Robles,	CA                             emcorob@charter.net	
 Judges: Gail	Hoff-Carmona	,	(S)	CA	          	    	                   	          	         	         	
                                                                  Technical Delegate: Maureen	Van	Tuyl,	CA             	
 	                 	Natalie	Lamping	,	(S)	CA	                     Call	or	e-mail	for		Premium
 Recognition:			USEF	,	Level	2	(#321842)	USDF,	CDS                Closing Date: 	March	31,	2011
   																										
                                                 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
 SAT      SUN     CLASS NO.                 SEC.      SAT SUN     CLASS NO.                             SEC.
 	 A	      AA	    USDF.	Intro	Test	A	       O-A-J	     142	 242	  Fourth	Level	Test	2	                  O-A-J
 	 B	      BB	    USDF	Intro	Test	B	        O-A-J	     143	 243	  Fourth	Level	Test	3	                  O-A-J,	Q
 	101	     201	   Training	Level	Test	1	    O-A-J	     144	 244	  Fourth	Level	Freestyle	               O-A-J,	Q
 	102	    202	    Training	Level	Test	2	    O-A-J	     152	 252	  Prix	St.	George	                      O-A-J,	Q
 	103	    203	    Training	Level	Test	3	    O-A-J-Q	   161	 261	  Intermediare	I	                       O-A-J,	Q
 	 111	    211	   First	Level	Test	1	       O-A-J	     162	 262	  Intermediare	II	                      O,	Q
 	 112	    212	   First	Level	Test	2	       O-A-J	     165	 265	  Intermediare	I	Freestyle	             O,	Q
 	 113	    213	   First	Level	Test	3	       O-A-J-Q	   172	 272	  Grand	Prix	                           O,	Q
 	 115	    215	   First	Level	Freestyle	    O-A-J,	Q	  174	 274	  Grand	Prix	Special	                   O,	
 	 121	    221	   Second	Level	Test	1	      O-A-J	     175	 275	  Grand	Prix	Freestyle	                 O,	Q
 	122	     222	   Second	Level	Test	2	      O-A-J	     181	 281	  FEI	YR	Team	Test	                     YR
 	123	     223	   Second	Level	Test	3	      O-A-J-Q	   182	 282	  FEI	YR	Individual	Test	               YR
 	125	     225	   Second	Level	Freestyle	   O-A-J,	Q	  183	 283	  FEI	YR	Prix	St.	George	Freestyle	     YR
 	 131	    231	   Third	Level	Test	1	       O-A-J	     184	 284	  FEI	JR	Team	Test	                     JR
 	132	     232	   Third	Level	Test	2	       O-A-J	     185	 285	  FEI	JR	Individual	Test	               JR
 	133	     233	   Third	Level	Test	3	       O-A-J,	Q	  190	 290	 Pas	de	Deux	                           O-A-J
 	134	     234	   Third	Level	Freestyle	    O-A-J,	Q	  191	 291	  Quadrille	State	Test	                 O-A-J
 	 141	    241	   Fourth	Level	Test	1	      O-A-J	     192	 292	  FEI	Para-Equestrian	TOC	              O-A-J




          * TOC Classes -separate class numbers will be issued if more than one level is entered.


Dover	class	will	be	Sat.	Sec.	Level	Test	3.		USDF/GreatAmericanInsuranceGroup/USDF	Qualifying	Classes	
ADD	a	“Q”	after	the	class	number	on	the	entry	form.		NOTE:	Rider/Owner	must	be	full	members	of	USEF	
and	participating	members	of	USDF.		Horse	must	be	lifetime	or	annual	member	of	USEF	and	Lifetime	of	
USDF.	
ENTRIES:	 Please	 use	 USEF/CDS	 entry	 form	 that	 can	 be	 found	 at	 	 www.twinriversranch.us	 or	 in	 the	
omnibus.	 All	 entries	 must	 be	 postmarked	 by	 the	 closing	 date,	 late	 fee	 of	 $10	 for	 all	 entries.	The	 show	
management	may	close	entries	early	if	the	show	is	full.	Entries	must	be	filled	out	completely;	a	$20	fee	will	
apply	to	all	incomplete	entries. EACH ENTRY MUST INCLUDE A LEGIBLE COPY OF ALL MEMBERSHIP CARDS
(USEF, USDF, AND CDS) for horse, rider and owner, trainer and coach as indicated on the form.*** Make
checks payable to Twin Rivers Ranch.		
ENTRy FEES PER CLASS:	USDF	Introductory	Level-	$30	per	test.	Training	Level-	Fourth	Level	(A/O/YR)	$45	
per	test.	FEI	classes	$55	per	test.	USDF	QUALIFYING	CLASSES	add	$10	per	class	fee.Quadrille	classes-$50.	              	
Entry	changes	after	closing	date-	$15;	Incomplete	Entry	Fee-	$20;	Late	Entry	Fee-$10;	accepted	as	space	is	
available.		
ENTRy FEES PER HORSE:	USEF	Drug	Fee-	$15;	CDFA	Drug	Fee-	$5;	Office	Fee-	$30;	CDS	Travel	Grant	Fee-	$2;	
Grounds	Fee-	$20	per	show	day	for	non-stabled	horses.	
RIDE TIMES:	Times	will	be	posted	on	the	Wednesday	before	the	show	date	at	www.twinriversranch.us.		
STABLING:	60	permanent	12x12	stalls	with	doors	at	$120/weekend,	$65	a	day,	no	overnight.	(Includes	$20	
grounds	fee)	

                                                        - 117 -
        VALLEY OAKS FALL FESTIVAL DRESSAGE SHOW
       Benefiting and in conjunction with the Northern Junior Championships
            Murieta Equestrian Center, 7200 Lone Pine Drive, Rancho Murieta, CA 95683
               See web site www.valleyoaks-cds.org to download official prize list
            Mail entries to: Diana Muravez, 2552 Los Cerritos Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028

 Show Date: September 23, 24 & 25, 2011
 Judges:		Creeky	Routson	(S),	Lynn	McEnespy	(R),	        Technical Delegate:	Rebecca	Lewis	
 	        Renee	Johnson	(r),	additional	judge	TBA        Show Secretary: Diana	Muravez	(760)	728-6325	
 Recognitions:		USEF,	USDF,	CDS                          Closing Date:	Postmarked	by	September	12,	2011
 Show Manager:	Michele	Vaughn	(916)	869-7942
        PLEASE ADD DIVISION—AA, JR/yR OR OPEN TO ENTRy. DEFAULT IS OPEN DIVISION.
                        (DOES NOT APPLy TO OPPORTUNITy CLASSES)
Class Number
Fri      Sat          Sun        Level/Test
601		    801		        1001		     Training	Level	Test	1
602		    802		        1002	      Training	Level	Test	2
603		    803		        1003		     Training	Level	Test	3	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
605		    805		        1005		     First	Level	Test	1
606		    806		        1006		     First	Level	Test	2
607		    807		        1007		     First	Level	Test	3	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
609		    809		        1009		     Second	Level	Test	1
610		    810		        1010		     Second	Level	Test	2
611		    811		        1011**		   Second	Level	Test	3	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
613		    813		        1013		     Third	Level	Test	1
614		    814		        1014		     Third	Level	Test	2
615		    815		        1015		     Third	Level	Test	3	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
616		    816		        1016		     Fourth	Level	Test	1
617		    817		        1017		     Fourth	Level	Test	2
618		    818		        1018		     Fourth	Level	Test	3	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
619		    819		        1019		     Prix	St.	Georges	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
620		    820		        1020		     Intermediate	I	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
621		    821		        1021		     Intermediate	II	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
622		    822		        1022		     Grand	Prix	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
623		    823		        1023		     Grand	Prix	Special
624		    824	         1024		     Freestyle	Non-FEI,	Specify	Level	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
625		    825		        1025		     Freestyle	FEI,	Specify	Level	Great	American	Insurance/USDF	Q
626		    826	         1026		     Dressage	Seat	Equitation
627		    827		        1027		     Introductory	Level	A	or	B	or	C
628		    828		        1028		     FEI	Junior	Team		Great	American	Insurance	/	USDF	Q
629		    829		        1029		     FEI	Junior	Individual
630		    830		        1030		     FEI	Junior	Freestyle
631		    831		        1031		     FEI	YR	Individual
632		    832		        1032		     FEI	YR	Freestyle
601OP		 801OP		       1001OP		   Opportunity	Class,	Training	Level	Test	1*
Ribbons thru 6th Place. Awards to EVERY division winner in class. Fabulous prizes to classes with three or more.
*OPPORTUNITY CLASSES* Non-member, horse registration and $15 USEF fee waived. Scores earned are not
eligible for USEF or USDF.

           CLASS FEES                   **Dover Medal Class**
       Intro-Fourth $50                 Sunday, Second Level Test 3 Recognizes the highest
             FEI $55
                                        placing Adult Amateur with a custom designed pew-
       All Freestyles $60
        Equitation $30                  ter medal/neck ribbon and $20 Dover Saddlery Gi f t
       Opportunity $45                  Certificate. Eligibility: USDF Group or Participating Member,
          Add $10 for                   USEF Amateur Member in good standing, and receive
        Great American
                                        at least a 60% in the designated second level test. Sponsored
           Insurance
    Group/USDF Qualifying               by Dover Saddlery in association with USDF.
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             YARRA YARRA RANCH - DRESSAGE SERIES
               Not the Official Prize List, Please see Website, or call Management for Official Prizelist
                                      LOCATION OF ALL SHOWS
                                Yarra	Yarra	Equestrian	Center
                          5378	Tassajara	Road,	Pleasanton,	CA	94588
                                 MAIL ENTRIES TO/CONTACT:
                  MANAGER - Patrick	Adams		(925)	829-5017	-		925-829-5882	Fax
               SHOW SECRETARy - Sandy	Drumm	925-829-5017	-	andrichors@aol.com

 Show Date #1: january 23, 2011
 Judge:		Paula	Lacy	–	(S)                                            Technical Delegate:		Susan	Lombardi
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3800),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:		January	9,	2011
 Show Date #2: February 13, 2011
 Judge:		Jennifer	Roth	-	(S)                                         Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3801),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date: 	January	30,	2011
 Show Date #3: March 13, 2011
 Judge:		Melissa	Creswick	-	(S)                                      Technical Delegate:		Shari	Humble-Lamb
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3820),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:		February	27,	2011

 Show Date #4: May 1, 2011
 Judge:	Creeky	Routson	-	(S)                                         Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3836),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:		April	17,	2011
 Show Date #5: july 3, 2011
 Judge:	General	Jonathan	Burton	-	(S)                                Technical Delegate:		Rebecca	Lewis
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(4134),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:	June	19,	2011
 Show Date #6: August 6, 2011
 Judges: Sonja	Vracko	-	(S)                                          Technical Delegate: TBA	
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3837),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date: July	24,	2011
 Show Date #6: August 7, 2011
 Judges: Sonja	Vracko	-	(S)                                          Technical Delegate:	TBA	
 	Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(323428),	USDF,	CDS                    Closing Date:		July	24,	2011
 Show Date #7: September 11, 2011
 Judge: Mary	Grace	Davidson	-	(S)                                    Technical Delegate:	TBA
 Recognitions:		USEF	Level	2	(3838),	USDF,	CDS                       Closing Date:		August	28,	2011

For the August 2-day show – note each day is a separate competition and requires a separate entry,
copies of cards and all applicable fees.

                           DOGS MUST BE LEASHED AT ALL TIMES
        Unless otherwise stated, the Rules on pages 22-27 apply to all shows listed on this page.

                    See Website yarrayarraranch.com for further details
                          and updated competition information

                        ALL COMPETITORS ARE EXPECTED TO BE
                            FAMILIAR WITH CURRENT RULES
                              PERTAINING TO SHOWING —
                       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.
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CLASS No.              DESCRIPTION                          CLASS No.               DESCRIPTION

1	      Training	Level,	Test	1                              41	      Fourth	Level,	Test	1
2	      Training	Level,	Test	2                              42	      Fourth	Level,	Test	2
3	      Training	Level,	Test	3	    	              Q         43	      Fourth	Level,	Test	3	     	                  Q
3AA	    Training	Level,	Test	3	    Adult	Amateur	 Q         60	      Prix	St.	Georges	         	                  Q
11	     First	Level,	Test	1                                 61	      Intermediare	I	           	                  Q
12	     First	Level,	Test	2                                 62	      Intermediare	II	          	                  Q
13	     First	Level,	Test	3	       	              Q         63	      Grand	Prix	               	                  Q
13AA	   First	Level,	Test	3	       Adult	Amateur	 Q         63S	     Grand	Prix	Special	       	                  	
21	     Second	Level,	Test	1                                70	      USDF	Freestyle,	Levels	1-IV					             Q
22	     Second	Level,	Test	2                                80	      FEI	Freestyle,	Test	of	Choice				            Q
23	     Second	Level,	Test	3	      	                 Q      90	      FEI	Test	of	Choice	(if	not	listed)					      Q
31	     Third	Level,	Test	1                                 101	     USDF	Introductory	A
32	     Third	Level,	Test	2                                 102	     USDF	Introductory	B
33	     Third	Level,	Test	3	       	                 Q      103	     USDF	Introductory	C
                                                            	        *	FEI	TOC	classes	exclude	any/all	pony	classes


          * TOC Classes	–	separate	class	numbers	will	be	issued	if	more	than	one	level	is	entered

 “Q” = USDF/GAIG (Great America Insurance Group) Qualifying Classes – add a “Q” after the class
                       number (highest test of level) on the entry form.
ENTRIES:		Mail	to:		5378	Tassajara	Road.,	Pleasanton,	CA		94588.		Make	checks	payable	to:		Yarra	Yarra	Dressage	
Series.		NO FAx ENTRIES.		Management	reserves	the	right	to	cancel	or	amend	any	or	all	classes	and	to	
add	or	change	judges,	if	necessary.		All	entries	MUST	include	photocopy	of	RIDER’s,	OWNER’s,	TRAINER’s,	
COACH’s	USEF	and/or	USDF,	and	CDS	cards	and	horse	recordings.		Amateurs	must	show	amateur	card	w/	
entry.		Ponies	must	have	pony	card
FEES: 	Intro	through	4th	levels	$50;	FEI	$55;	Freestyle	$55.		Office	fee	$15.		RV	parking:		$25	per	night.		Incorrect
or incomplete entries may be charged $10.00 per correction and/or may not be accepted.		Add $10.00 for
“Great American Insurance Group/USDF” Qualifying Rides.
OTHER:		US	Equestrian	Membership	Statement	is	posted	in	the	show	office.		A	Federation	fee	of	$15	is	
required	($7	drug/med	fee,	$8	USEF	fee).		All	classes	will	be	offered	on	both	days	for	the	2-day	show.		Specify	
desired	day	on	entry.		No	refunds	after closing date	w/o	vet	certificate	and	only	if	ride	can	be	filled	from	wait	
list	with	same	class.		Changes	to	entries	after closing date	will	be	assessed	$10.00	per	change.		There	will	be	
a	$35	service	fee	deducted	from	refunds.		Return	check	charge	is	$25.		Post	entries	will	be	accepted	only	as	
space	allows	plus late fee of $15 per class.		Entries	are	on	a	first-come,	first-served	basis	pursuant	to	GR915.	     	
Entries	accepted	starting	one	month	prior	to	competition	date.		Ties	regarding	entries	will	be	resolved	by	
lot	one	week	prior	to	show	date	at	12:00	pm	at	Yarra	Yarra	(GR915).		Show	will	close	early	if	over	subscribed.	       	
Management	reserves	the	right	to	accept	conditionally	or	cancel	any	entries,	disqualify	riders	as	exhibitors,	
prohibit	exhibition	of	entries	and	cancel	or	combine	award	classes.		Shows	will	be	held	rain	or	shine.		No	
refunds	due	to	weather	conditions.			Food	is	available	on	the	grounds.
TIMES: 	Times	will	be	by	phone	or	faxed	or	posted	on	website.		It	is	the	responsibility	of	the	rider	to	contact	
show	management	if	times	are	not	received.
AWARDS:		Ribbons	through	5th	place.		Prizes	to	1st		place	in	classes	with	3	or	more	horses.
STABLING:		LIMITED;	stabling	is	permanent	12	x	12	stalls	with	doors.		Cost	is	$35	per	day	per	stall;	stalls	
are	pre-bedded.		No	additional	bedding	or	feed	is	available	for	sale	on	the	grounds.		All stabling must be
arranged in advance.
ACCOMMODATIONS:	 	 Hotels	 are	 located	 nearby	 in	 Dublin/Pleasanton.	 	 Ramada	 Inn,	 Hilton,	 Sheraton,	
Marriott,	Hyatt	Place,	Motel	6	and	Holiday	Inn	are	located	in	the	general	vicinity.
DIRECTIONS: 	Take	 the	 Santa	 Rita	 Rd./Tassajara	 Rd	 exit	 off	 I-580.	 	 Proceed	 north	 on	Tassajara	 Rd.	 	 Go	
approximately	1	1/2		miles.		Ranch	is	on	the	left	hand	(west)	side.
VETERINARIAN & FARRIER:		On	Call.		Phone	numbers	will	be	posted	at	show	office.
FOOTING:		Show	arena(s)	are	indoors	and	outdoors	(as	necessary),	and	are	standard	arena(s)	(20m	x	60m),	
overall	dimensions	approximately	100’	x	240’	and	have	sand/rubber	footing	mix.		Warm-Up	arena(s)	are	
outdoors,	80’	x	250’,	with	similar	footing.		2	lunge	rings	available.
EMT: 	Qualified	medical	personnel	are	on	the	premises	at	all	horse	shows.	
                     Please,	all	children	must	be	attended	and	dogs	must	be	on	a	leash.


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                                    INFORMATION
     2011	Great	american	Insurance	Group/uSDF	regional	Dressage	Championships
         2011 Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championships
                  A single Regional Dressage Championship program organized by the United States Dressage Federation
                        (USDF), and recognized by the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (USEF), will be held in each of
                      A single Regional Dressage Championship program organized by the United States Dressage Federation (USDF),
                        the nine USDF regions. In addition, Alaska and Inc. (USEF), will be held in each of the nine USDF an official
                      licensed by the United States Equestrian Federation,Hawaii may each hold state championships ifregions.
                        request from a Group Member each hold state champi received o cial request from a year.
                                                                              is
                      In addition, Alaska and Hawaii mayOrganization (GMO)onships if anby April 1 of the priorGMO is received
                      by April 1 of the prior year.
                       The Regional Championship Program Rules can be on the USDF USDF Web
                      The Regional Championship Program Rules can be foundfound on the Web site at: site at: http://www.usdf.org/
                       Programs/RegionalChampionships/index.asp.
                      http://www.usdf.org/Pr ograms/RegionalChampionships/index.asp.
                       Please refer theUSDF Directory for the comprehensive list of rules and requirements for of rules and
                      Please refer toto the USDF Competitor and Member Guide for the comprehensive list this program.require-
                        ments for this program.
Membership/Registration Requirements for Qualifying & Championships:Rider:
- Must be a USDF Participating* Member at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the championships.
-membership/registration	requirements	for	Qualifying	&	Championships:rider: are earned and at the time of
  Must be a USEF member (Junior Active, Senior Active, or Life) at the time the qualifying scores                      the
  championships. USDF Participating* Member (PM) at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the championships.
     • Must be a
       • Must be a USEF member (Junior Active, Senior Active, or Life) at the time the qualifying scores are earned and at the time of
Horse:
       the championships.
- Must be USDF Lifetime Registered (LTR ) at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the championships.
                                                                                  ed
- Must be USEF (Annual or Lifetime) reco rded at the time qualifying scores are earn and at the time of the championships.
-Horse:
  USDF horse registration and USEF horse/recording must be in the name(s) of the current owner(s) or lessee(s) of record.
    • Must be USDF Lifetime Registered (LTR) at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the championships.
    A horse is not required to have registry papers.
    • Must be USEF (Annual or Lifetime) recorded at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the championships.
    • USDF horse registration and USEF horse/recording must be in the name(s) of the current owner(s) or lessee(s) of record.
Owner:
    • A horse is not required to have registry papers.
- Must be a USDF member (Participating or Business) at the time the qualifyingscores are earned and at the time of the
 championships.
 Must be
-Owner:a USEF member (Junior Active, Senior Active, or Life ) at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the
 championships.
       • Must be a USDF member (PM* or Business Member (BM)) at the time the qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the
        championships.
*Participating Members are USDF members who join USDF directly
       • Must be a USEF member (Junior Active, Senior Active, or Life) at the time qualifying scores are earned and at the time of the
       championships.
Minimum Qualifying Scores
 *PMs of USDF members who join USDF scores                   established for all USEF/USDF Regional Championships, for levels
One setare nationally-standardized qualifyingdirectly.has been
through Grand Prix, in three divisions: Open, Adult Amateur, and Junior/Young Rider. FEI Junior Rider and FEI Young Rider class es
 USDF Group Members (GM) are ineligible.
have only one respective division. Freestyles have only Open divisions. The minimum percentages are as follows:

    minimum	Qualifying	Scores           U   Open   U   U   AA   U          U   Jr/YR   U




    One set of nationally-standardized qualifying scores has been established for all USEF/USDF Regional Championships, for levels
                                        68%         63%
Training Level (Test 3)in three divisions: open, adult amateur, 63% junior/young rider. FEI Junior and FEI Young Rider classes have
 through Grand Prix,                                            and
First Level (Test 3)                    66%         62%         62%
 only one respective division. Freestyles have only open divisions.
Second Level (Test 3)                   64%         61%         61%
Third Level (Test 3)                    62%         60%      60%
 	
Fourth Level (Test 3)                   62%OpeN		 60%aa		    60%      Jr/yr
 Training Rider (Test 3)
FEI Junior Level (Team Test)          --    68% -- 63%     60%        63%
FEI Young Rider (Team Test)
 First Level (Test 3)                  -- 66% --         62%60% 62%
Prix St. Georges                        60%         60%         60%
 Second Level (Test 3)
Intermediate I                          60%
                                            64% 60%61% 60% 61%
 Third Level II
Intermediate (Test 3)                   60%62%      60%60% 60% 60%
 Fourth Level (Test 3)
Grand Prix                              60%62%      60%60% 60% 60%
    FEI Junior (Team Test)                 —                        —              60%
Freestyle Rider (Team Test)
U


 FEI Young                                 —                        —              60%
First Level                             65%            --                  --
 Prix St. Georges
Second Level                            65%
                                           60%         --
                                                                    60%    --
                                                                                   60%
 Intermediate
Third Level I                           65%60%         --           60%    --      60%
 Intermediate
Fourth Level II                         63%60%         --           60%    --      60%
Intermediate I
 Grand Prix                             63%60%         --           0%     --      60%
Grand Prix                              63%            --                  --
    Freestyle		                               OpeN		                aa		           Jr/yr
    First Level                               65%                   —              —
    Second Level                              65%                   —              —
    Third Level                               65%                   —              —                 Sports Programs/Competitions Revised 7/09

    Fourth Level                              63%                   —              —
    Intermediate I                            63%                   —              —
    Grand Prix                                63%                   —              —



                                                                                           Sports Programs/Competitions Revised 9/10



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   2011 Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series
                        The Great American Insurance Group/USDF            If there is a change of ownership of the horse, the new owner(s)
                        Breeders’ Championship Series (USDFBC)             may choose to participate in the series final where they reside,
                        is a program designed to promote breeders          regardless of where they qualified, provided that the new owner
                        and showcase quality sport horses. Each            contacts the USDF office and initiates the change at least 30 days
                        series will consist of at least three qualifying   prior to the new Series Final date.(BOG 12/08)
                        events in designated geographical areas of
                        the United States, which will lead to a final       Each qualifying event must offer a current year foal class, a filly
                        event in each series. Exhibitors compete           championship class, a colt/gelding championship class, a mare
                        at qualifying events for the champion and          championship class and a stallion championship class. These
                        reserve champion current year foal, filly,          classes are USDFBC qualifying classes. The champion and reserve
                        colt/gelding, mare and stallion. These horses      champion in each of these classes, from each series qualifying
are then invited to compete in each of their respective classes, in the    event, are eligible to compete in their respective USDFBC series
final event of that series, which is where the Great American Insur-        final class. A third place horse in each series qualifying champion-
ance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series Grand Cham-                  ship class must be named as well. If the champion, reserve or both
pion and Reserve Grand Champion current year foal, filly, colt/             have already qualified for the series final class, the third place horse
gelding, mare, and stallion will be determined.                            will also be invited to compete in the series final class. In addition,
                                                                           any other horse receiving a 77% or better in its age/sex class will
For a list of events participating in the Great American Insurance         be eligible to compete in the final class. A list of qualified horses is
Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series or the complete rules             maintained by series on the USDF Web site.
and guidelines, contact USDF at (859) 971-2277 or www.usdf.org.
A list of upcoming events is also included in the USDF Connection.         Current Year Foal Championship
                                                                           The current year foal championship class at qualifying events must
Qualifying System                                                          be open to first and second place winners of Sport Horse Prospect
The USDFBC Series is scheduled on a calendar year basis (January           In Hand classes for all horses of current calendar year, as listed
1-December 31).                                                            below. First and second place (and third if desired) fillies and colts/
                                                                           geldings of current year will compete against each other in the same
A series must have a minimum of three qualifying events in order           class. (Organizers have the option of including third placed winners
to hold a series final. All shows in the series, including qualifier         in championship classes.)
classes held in conjunction with the final of the series, are qualify-
                                                                                    Fillies of current calendar year
ing events.
                                                                                    Colts/Geldings of current calendar year
The final event of each series is normally the last USEF-licensed/
USDF-recognized dressage competition holding DSHB classes                  Filly and Colt/Gelding Championship
scheduled in a particular geographical area of the United States as        The Filly and Colt/Gelding Championship classes at qualifying
of July 1 of the year prior to the series final year. However, a series     events must be open to first and second place winners of Sport
final may also be held at either a separate dressage or DSHB show           Horse Prospect In Hand classes for all horses as listed below.
which does not offer other DSHB classes, and is not a USDFBC               (Organizers have the option of including third placed winners in
qualifying event. Host sites of series finals will be designated on or      championship classes.)
about July 1 of the year prior to the series final.                         Filly Championship:                  Colt/Gelding Championship:
                                                                           Yearling fillies                      Yearling colts/geldings
If a USDFBC Series does not have at least three qualifying events          Two-year-old fillies                  Two-year-old colts/geldings
registered with USDF by June 1 of the series final year, the final           Three-year-old fillies                Three-year-old colts/geldings
will not be held for that series.
                                                                           Mare and Stallion Championship
Horses may compete in qualifying events in any series, but they            The Mare and Stallion Championship classes at qualifying events
may participate in only one final class. Horses must qualify in the         must be open to first and second place winners of Breeding Stock In
series in which they enter the final. Exception: Horses that have           Hand classes for horses age four years old and over, as listed below.
qualified for a series final which is either not scheduled or is can-        (Organizers have the option of including third placed winners in
celled may participate in the final of any other USDFBC series in           championship classes.)
the same calendar year, without having to re-qualify for that series.
Owners of horses that have qualified for a final which is not held,          Mare Championship:
may enter another series final, but must indicate which series they         Mare classes may be divided by age, competition and/or breeding
qualified at on their entry form.                                           status, as in the following example:
                                                                                     Four-year old and older maiden mares – never bred
Series final events must allow late entries in the series final classes                Four-year old and older yeld mares-never bred or not
for horses that qualified for the series final event after the official                    currently bred or nursing
closing date for the final event.                                                     Four-year old and older broodmares – In foal or currently
                                                                                        nursing (mare only to be judged).




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For details on determining breeding status for competitor purposes,       Great American Insurance Group/USDF
please refer to USEF DR203.16.                                            Breeders’ Championship Series Final Events
                                                                          Five championship classes will be offered at a Great American In-
Stallion Championship:                                                    surance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series Final Event.
Stallion classes may be divided by age, competition and/or breeding       These are: current year foal, filly, colt/gelding, mare and stallion.
status, as in the following example:                                      All champions and reserve champions in each of the five cham-
          Four-year old and older stallions showing only in hand          pionship classes from each qualifying competition are eligible to
          Four-year old and older stallions showing also under            participate in the Great American/USDF Breeders’ Championship
             saddle                                                       Series Final Event. A grand champion and reserve grand cham-
                                                                          pion current year foal, filly, colt/gelding, mare, and stallion will be
Age/sex eligibility is determined as follows:                             named at each series final event.
a. Fillies, colts and geldings three years of age or under may show
   ONLY as sport horse prospects, not in breeding stock classes/          At least two judges qualified to judge a Federation Licensed Dres-
   categories.                                                            sage Sport Horse Breeding division (one of whom must be a li-
b. Mares and stallions age four and over may show ONLY in                 censed USEF DSHB judge) must officiate in each series final class.
   breeding stock classes/categories.                                     Each judge will evaluate each entry independently, and scribes must
   Note: Two and three–year olds are ONLY eligible to compete             be provided for each judge. Winners will be determined by the aver-
   in the filly or colt championships. They are NOT eligible for          age of all judges’ scores. The highest placed horse in each class will
   the mare or stallion championships.                                    be declared grand champion and the second-highest placed horse
c. Geldings of any age may NOT show in breeding stock classes/            will be declared reserve grand champion. Ties in USDFBC Finals
   categories. Geldings age three and under may show ONLY in              classes must remain unbroken.
   sport horse classes/categories.
                                                                          Horses must be shown individually on the triangle at the walk and
No geldings may compete in the USDFBC classes for stallions even          trot and standing for conformation. Each horse must be evaluated
if they are gelded after qualifying for the finals and are breeding via   in the same manner. DSHB sport horse prospects are evaluated on
frozen semen.                                                             yellow score sheets; DSHB breeding stock horses are evaluated on
                                                                          pink score sheets. Call backs are permitted.
Horses and ponies of any origin may compete.
                                                                          Grand champions and reserve grand champions will receive awards
Horses participating in USDFBC qualifying or final events are             and prizes provided by USDF. Third through sixth-placed horses
not required to be registered with any studbook, but “if a horse is       in the series final classes will receive ribbons. After the final event,
registered with any breed organization, the name of the breed, sire,      special certificates will be available from USDF via the USDF web
dam, dam sire and breeder must be given on the entry blank. For           site to owners of all horses that compete in a series final class.
unregistered horses competing in DSHB classes, the information is
strongly recommended, if available.” (USEF GR907.1)                       USDF reserves the right to change, alter, or retract any placings
                                                                          and/or prizes for up to 60 days after the last day of the champion-
The USDFBC championship classes must be offered and judged                ship if an error or violation is discovered, after which no changes
at each qualifying event according to USEF DR209 and DR210.               will be made.
These championships may not be awarded on the basis of previous
scores.                                                                   Membership/Registration Requirements for Final Events
                                                                          Horse:   USDF Lifetime Horse Registration (LHR)
The champion and reserve champion in each championship class              Owner: USDF Participating Membership (PM) or
at a qualifying event will be presented with a qualifier ribbon.                   USDF Business Membership (BM)
Only the champion and reserve champion will receive the qualifier         Handler: Exempt
ribbon, even if they have previously qualified. A third place horse                USEF Membership is not required, but non-member
in each championship class must be named as well, but will not                     fees apply.
receive a qualifier ribbon.
                                                                          Verification of USDF Participating or Business membership and
Membership/Registration Requirements for Qualifying                       Lifetime Horse Registration must be provided to management prior
Events (These are minimum requirements)                                   to the series final class.

Horse:   USDF Horse Identification (HID) number                           Please note that when qualifying classes are held prior to the final
Owner: USDF non-member (NM) number and fee                                classes at the series final event, it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to
Handler: Exempt                                                           apply for, or provide proof of, proper memberships and horse regis-
         USEF Membership is not required, but non-member fees             trations to competition manager prior to the final class.
         apply.




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                                      USDF Statement on Animal Welfare
          The United States Dressage Federation, Inc. (USDF), a federation of over 125 independent organizations throughout the United States
          with a membership in excess of 33,000 members, 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 pro-
          gram during which the horse’s athletic abilities are improved in a systematic manner. As a result, the horse becomes capable, comfort-
          able, 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




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          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 infec-
          tious 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 meth-
          ods. 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, Email: usdressage@usdf.org, Website: www.usdf.org
                                                                                                                                                      This
USDF Membership Benefits: USDF is dedicated to education, the recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage. For details
                                                                                                                                                  competition
U                              U




on member benefits, including educational programs, awards, and other opportunities, refer to the USDF Competitor & Member Guide or
                                                                                                                                                 is recognized
the USDF Web site at www.usdf.org.
                                                                                                                                                    by USDF
Membership Requirements for USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized Competitions: Owners and riders, including foreign riders and
U                                                                                    U
                                                                                                                                                    for 2011
owners who are not residents of the US, wishing to participate in a USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competition as a rider or
owner/lessee, must have either a USDF Group Membership, Participating Membership (PM), or have a USDF Non-Member (NM) identification number and pay the
USDF NM fee. (Note: USDF business members can own horses but cannot compete as riders with their USDF BM.) Individuals cannot compete at a USEF-
licensed/USDF-recognized competition with a USDF Education Membership.
Horses competing at USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competitions must have either a USDF Horse Identification (HID) number or a USDF Lifetime Horse
Registration (LHR). Proper credentials or verification certificates must be presented to the competition secretary.
Riders and owners wishing to participate in a USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competition, and not able to present the competition secretary with verification of a
USDF membership or NM identification, and USDF LHR or USDF HID, must complete a USDF Competition Affidavit Form and pay the $5 affidavit filing fee. A copy
of a completed affidavit form from another competition may also be used for verification purposes for up to 60 days. (Exception: Affidavits cannot be used at Great
American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championships.)
Exceptions:
      •   Horses competing only in Individual Breed Classes (IBCs) at DSHB competitions, sires and dams of horses in DSHB group classes, where those sires or
          dams are not actually competing in the same competition, horses competing only in breed restricted dressage or DSHB classes at Regular Competitions
          (e.g. all Arabian, all Friesian, or all Morgan classes), or in USDF Introductory Level tests, Pas de Deux, Quadrille, FEI ParaEquestrian classes, are exempt
          from this requirement. Also exempt are horses ridden in leadline, exhibitions, games and races, classes for 4-H members, walk-trot, academy and
          opportunity classes. For foreign-owned horses competing in a CDI, USDF accepts copies of the horse identification pages from an FEI passport in lieu of
          a USDF HID or LHR number.
      •   Riders and owners/lessees competing only in classes which are exempt from the USDF HID requirements are also exempt from the USDF NM
          identification number and NM fee requirements. Also exempt are handlers of horses competing in DSHB In-Hand or Group classes.
                                                                         Memberships Defined
Participating Membership (PM): A membership issued to an individual directly by USDF. The membership year is December 1 through November 30. PMs are
available for 1-year ($75), 5-years ($300), or life ($1,500). A USDF Youth Participating Membership (YPM) is available for individuals who have not reached their 21st
birthday by December 1 of the current membership year ($60). A PM allows the member to compete at USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competitions and to
participate as a rider and/or owner/lessee for all Adequan®/USDF Year-End Awards, Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series Finals
and the Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championship program.
Group Membership (GM): A membership issued to an individual by USDF when the member name and dues are submitted to USDF through an affiliate Group
Member Organization (GMO). The GM year begins December 1 and ends November 30. A GM allows the member to compete at USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized
competitions and participate in the USDF Rider Awards program.
Business Membership (BM): A membership that runs December 1 through November 30 and is issued to a business or organization directly by USDF. The USDF
BM ($200) offers a wider variety of advertising benefits. BMs satisfy requirements of horse ownership only.
Education Membership (e-Membership): A membership issued to an individual directly by USDF. This online education only membership expires 12 months after
the date joined. This membership type does NOT allow an individual to compete at a USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competition.
Non-Member (NM) Identification Number: For each USDF NM owner/lessee and USDF NM rider there will be a USDF NM fee of $25 and a USDF NM form per
competition that must be collected by the show secretary and submitted to USDF along with the USDF Report of Fees document and the $5 affidavit fee if the person
cannot provide a copy of their USDF NM card. Owners/lessees or riders exempt from the NM number requirements are also exempt from paying the USDF NM fee. If
there are multiple owners of a horse and all are NMs, only one of the owners must pay the NM fee. If the horse has at least one owner who is a current USDF
member there is no NM fee assessed. Competition management will be invoiced for all applicable USDF NM fees not received with the USDF post competition
paperwork, along with a report listing all USDF NMs. Competition management is then required to submit the NM fees within 30 days to the USDF. An individual
with a USDF NM identification number is not eligible for any USDF membership benefits. Once a USDF NM number has been assigned, a USDF NM card can be
obtained from the USDF Web site.
Horse Identification (HID) Number: A one-time tracking number for horses ($25). Scores earned by a horse with an HID number will be recorded, but will NOT be
counted towards Adequan®/USDF Year-End Awards. A horse with an HID number is not eligible to compete in Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional
qualifying or championship classes or Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series Finals. An HID number can be upgraded to a Lifetime
Horse Registration (LHR) for a fee of $70. If a horse has a USDF LHR it does not need an HID number. An HID number is a one-time fee that does not need to be
renewed.
Lifetime Horse Registration (LHR): A horse with an LHR ($95) is eligible for Adequan®/USDF Year-End Awards, and eligible to compete at Great American
Insurance Group/USDF Breeders’ Championship Series Finals and Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional qualifying and championship classes,
assuming requirements for the owner and rider are met. If a horse has an LHR it does not need an HID number. An LHR does not need to be renewed.
                                                                          How to Join USDF
Applications for USDF Participating Membership (PM), Business Membership (BM), Horse Identification (HID) number, and Lifetime Horse Registration (LHR) may
be found in the following locations:
     •     On the USDF Web site: www.usdf.org. You can submit the application online or download the form and fax or mail it to the USDF office.
     •     In the show office at USEF-licensed/USDF-recognized competitions classified by USEF as Dressage Competitions, and Regular Competitions which are
           open to all breeds.
     •     By calling or writing the USDF office at (859) 971-2277, 4051 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511

The effective date of membership is the date the form and correct fees are received in the USDF office or, if applying at a competition, the date received by the
competition secretary, provided the application is signed and dated by the competition secretary, member, and/or horse owner on that same day.



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    find out more about dressage ...
    join the california dressage society
                                                                                                                                 SHERI SCOTT PHOTO



What is the California Dressage Society?                                    Horse of the Year Competition. A horse /rider combination
   It is an organization whose purpose is to foster an interest           can qualify for the CDS Annual Show.
among horsemen in Dressage. The program of the Society is                             CDS Championships
educational, designed primarily to offer a framework in which                             OCT 6-9, 2011
individuals can progress with the schooling of themselves and             Murieta Equestrian Center, Rancho Murieta, CA
their horses.                                                             What is Dressage?
   How does one foster an interest among horsemen in dres-                  Dressage (training or schooling) is an equitation term that
sage? Since dressage is a personal challenge, to initiate a                        means the gradual harmonious development of the
real understanding, a person must start with only a                                    horse's physical and mental condition with the
mere inkling of what it might be and must follow                                         aim to achieve the improvement of his natural
with an insatiable desire and definite pursuit to                                           gaits and perfect understanding with his
find out what it really is.                                                                  rider.
   CDS is an opportunity - to share, to experi-

                                                                   Y!
                                                               TODA
ence, to learn and to contribute. But the Society
is by its very nature, limited, for it is a composite                                                     Membership types

                                                           OIN
venture into a highly individualized world.                                                   Active membership provides all of the
The society does open the door. But it is the
individual who must take the step.                       J                                    above privileges, as well as voting rights,
                                                                                             and eligibility to hold office and to apply
                                                                                             for a Qualified Riding Membership.
                                                                                           Family membership is an Active Membership
What does the Society offer?                                                             for more than one member in an immediate
   Educational activities on a statewide basis in-                                     family, living at the same address.
cludes Riding Seminars, Instructor Seminars, National                               Life membership is an Active Membership for the
Symposiums and Judges' Forums. The local chapters sponsor                 life of the member.
clinics, competitions, films, discussion and informal schooling            A membership card is issued with each membership.
sessions.
   Dressage Letters, the monthly publication, offers educational
literature ranging from book reviews to commentary by notable                                            California Dressage Society
horsemen along with a complete                                                                                    Membership Form
calendar of all CDS events.
   The CDS Omnibus, yearly                                                        Active Membership .........................$70.00
publication, offers dressage show
                                                                                  Additional Family Member ............$60.00
premiums and entry forms for your
convenience in planning and entering                                              Life Membership ........................ $1,000.00
shows for the year.                                                            Join Online: www.california-dressage.org
   Membership Roster, a yearly
publication of all the CDS mem-
bers.                                                                       Name ________________________________________
    RAAC. Regional Adult Amateur                      SHERI SCOTT PHOTO

Competitions for Amateurs to compete in Novice or Elite Divi-               Address ______________________________________
sions within their Region.
North                 South                 Central                         City _________________________________________
SFP & Woodside SD-CDS                       SLO-CDS
                                                                            State _____________ Zip _______________________
JUL 14-17,2011        AUG 13-14, 2011       SEP 3-4, 2011
Woodside Horsepark     Del Mar Horsepark        Golden Hills
Woodsice, CA           Del Mar, CA              Paso Robles, CA             Phone (______) ___________ Fax (_____)__________
Glenda McElroy         Karla Palmer             Ellen Corob
818-841-3554           619-818-3538             805-440-2947                Email Address _________________________________
Junior Championships. Juniors & Young Riders can qualify.                   Chapter Preference ____________________________
North                 South                                                 Group membership with USDF included. Check any of the following that apply:
CDS JR/YR             CDS JR/YR                                             ❏ Renewing member         ❏ New member
SEP 23-25, 2011       SEP 16-18, 2011                                       ❏ Junior birthdate ( / / ) ❏ TD ❏ EMT ❏ Judge__
Rancho Murieta, CA          Del Mar, CA                                     ❏ Amateur ❏ Trainer/Instructor ❏ Qualified Rider (QRM)
                                                                            ❏ Regional Adult Amateur Competition (add $25 )
                                                                                  CDS • P O Box 417 • Carmel Valley, CA 93924
                                                                                       (831) 659-5696 fax (831) 659-2383




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                                 2011 - CDS FUTURITY
                                 NOMINATION FORM

Horse	Name	 _____________________________________________________
Breed	___________________________________________________________
Birthdate	________________________________________________________
Sire	_____________________________________________________________
Dam	____________________________________________________________
Dam/Sire	________________________________________________________
Breeder	 _________________________________________________________
Owner’s	Name	 ___________________________________________________
❏	4-year	old	   ❏	5-year	old	  ❏	6-year	old	 ❏	Adult	Amateur	 ❏	Open
Owner’s	CDS	Membership	No.	 ______________________________________
              CDS Membership required at time of nomination;
         membership application and fees may accompany this form.
Address	 _________________________________________________________
City______________________________________State______Zip_________
Phone	(Area	Code)	 ________________________________________________
Fax	(Area	Code)	___________________________________________________
E-mail	___________________________________________________________
Futurity	Fee	due	by	July	1,	2011	 $100	 _______________
If	after	July	1,	2011		                  	              $150	     _______________

																																																	 ToTaL		         _______________

           Please make check
            payable to “CDS”

I	submit	this	entry	with	full	knowledge	that	the	horse	nominated	
herein	is	eligible	according	to	the	rules.

  _____________________________________________Date_________
Signature - ReQUIReD	




              MAIL TO: CDS CENTRAL OFFICE, P.O. BOX 417,
                      CARMEL VALLEy, CA 93924

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                    2011 - CAL-BRED FORM
(For horses that will be or already have been nominated in the CDS Young Horse Futurity.)


Horse	Name	 ________________________________________________
Breed	 ___________________________________________________
Birthdate	 _________________________________________________
Birthplace	 ________________________________________________
Sire	 	 ____________________________________________________
Dam	 	 ____________________________________________________
Dam/Sire	 	 ________________________________________________
Breeder	 	 _________________________________________________
Owner’s	 Name____________________________________________
Owner’s	 CDS	 Membership	 No.	 ________________________________
            CDS Membership required at time of nomination;
      membership application and fees may accompany this form.

Owner’s	 Address___________________________________________
City	__________________________________ State______Zip_________
Phone	 (Area	 Code)	 _________________________________________
Fax	 (Area	 Code)	 ___________________________________________
E-mail	 ___________________________________________________

CAL-BRED	Fee	(refer	to	schedule	on	page	61)
$________________________


           Please make check payable to “CDS”

I	submit	this	entry	with	full	knowledge	that	the	horse	nominated	
herein	is	eligible	according	to	the	rules	as	stated	in	this	Omnibus.

	________________________________________ Date	__________
Signature	-	REQUIRED


          MAIL TO: CDS CENTRAL OFFICE, P.O. BOX 417,
                  CARMEL VALLEY, CA 93924

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U.S. Equestrian Federation


     2011
DRESSAGE TESTS
To be used from 2011 through the 2014 competition year


               Download the tests at:

      www.usef.org/_IFrames/breedsdiscipline/
        alldressage/2011DressageTests.aspx




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            * Trade Fair
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            Stabling $145
            Trailer in - $10 per day or $25 weekend.
            Office fee $15

              Presented by Sonoma Chapter CDS
                   Please visit our web site
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            3184 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa, CA
            www.srequestrian.com




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               CALENDAR ~ 2011	
              JANUARy                                 FEBRUARy                                         MARCH                                         APRIL
   S    M     T     W TH         F     S      S M T             W     TH      F     S      S M         T     W TH         F     S       S    M     T     W TH          F S
	 	      	     	     	 	         	     1	              1	        2	    3	     4	    5	   	 	 	          1	    2	 3	       4	    5	   	 	      	     	     	 	          1	 2	
	 2	     3	    4	    5	 6	       7	    8	   	 6	 7	 8	          9	    10	    11	   12	   	 6	 7	        8	    9	 10	     11	   12	   	 3	     4	    5	    6	 7	        8	 9	
	 9	    10	   11	   12	 13	     14	   15	   	 13	 14	 15	       16	   17	    18	   19	   	 13	 14	     15	   16	 17	     18	   19	   	 10	   11	   12	   13	 14	      15	 16	
	 16	   17	   18	   19	 20	     21	   22	   	20	 21	 22	        23	   24	    25	   26	   	20	 21	      22	   23	 24	     25	   26	   	 17	   18	   19	   20	 21	      22	 23	
	 23	   24	   25	   26	 27	     28	   29	   	 27	 28	                                    	 27	 28	     29	   30	 31                  	 24	   25	   26	   27	 28	      29	 30	
	30	    31


                MAy                                         JUNE                                         JULy                                      AUGUST
   S M         T    W     TH     F S           S M T            W TH          F     S       S    M     T     W TH         F S           S    M T         W     TH      F S
	 1	 2	        3	    4	    5	    6	 7	      	 	 	 	              1	 2	        3	    4	   	 	      	     	     	 	         1	 2	      	 	      1	 2	       3	    4	     5	 6	
	 8	 9	       10	   11	   12	   13	 14	     	 5	 6	 7	           8	 9	       10	   11	   	 3	     4	    5	    6	 7	       8	 9	      	 7	     8	 9	      10	    11	   12	 13	
	 15	 16	     17	   18	   19	   20	 21	     	 12	 13	 14	       15	 16	      17	   18	   	 10	   11	   12	   13	 14	     15	 16	     	 14	   15	 16	     17	   18	    19	 20	
	 22	 23	     24	   25	   26	   27	 28	     	 19	 20	 21	       22	 23	      24	   25	   	 17	   18	   19	   20	 21	     22	 23	     	 21	   22	 23	     24	   25	    26	 27	
	 29	 30	     31                            	 26	 27	 28	       29	 30	                  	 24	   25	   26	   27	 28	     29	 30	     	 28	   29	 30	     31
                                                                                         	 31


          SEPTEMBER                                       OCTOBER                                  NOVEMBER                                    DECEMBER
   S    M T         W     TH     F     S       S    M     T     W TH          F     S      S M         T     W     TH     F     S       S    M T         W     TH      F     S
	 	      	 	         	     1	    2	    3	   	 	      	     	     	 	          	     1	   	 	 	          1	    2	    3	    4	    5	   	 	      	 	         	     1	     2	    3	
	 4	     5	 6	       7	    8	    9	   10	   	 2	     3	    4	    5	 6	        7	    8	   	 6	 7	        8	    9	   10	   11	   12	   	 4	     5	 6	       7	    8	     9	   10	
	 11	   12	 13	     14	   15	   16	   17	   	 9	    10	   11	   12	 13	      14	   15	   	 13	 14	     15	   16	   17	   18	   19	   	 11	   12	 13	     14	   15	    16	   17	
	 18	   19	 20	     21	   22	   23	   24	   	 16	   17	   18	   19	 20	      21	   22	   	20	 21	      22	   23	   24	   25	   26	   	 18	   19	 20	     21	   22	    23	   24	
	 25	   26	 27	     28	   29	   30	         	 23	   24	   25	   26	 27	      28	   29	   	 27	 28	     29	   30                      	 25	   26	 27	     28	   29	    30	   31
                                            	30	    31




              CALENDAR ~ 2012	
              JANUARy                                     FEBRUARy                                      MARCH                                        APRIL
   S M         T    W     TH     F S           S M T W TH                     F     S       S    M T         W     TH     F     S       S M         T    W     TH      F S
	 1	 2	        3	    4	    5	    6	 7	                     1	 2	              3	    4	   	 	      	 	         	     1	    2	    3	   	 1	 2	        3	    4	    5	     6	 7	
	 8	 9	       10	   11	   12	   13	 14	     	 5	 6	 7	 8	 9	                 10	   11	   	 4	     5	 6	       7	    8	    9	   10	   	 8	 9	       10	   11	   12	    13	 14	
	 15	 16	     17	   18	   19	   20	 21	     	 12	 13	 14	 15	 16	            17	   18	   	 11	   12	 13	     14	   15	   16	   17	   	 15	 16	     17	   18	   19	    20	 21	
	 22	 23	     24	   25	   26	   27	 28	     	 19	 20	 21	 22	 23	            24	   25	   	 18	   19	 20	     21	   22	   23	   24	   	 22	 23	     24	   25	   26	    27	 28	
	 29	 30	     31                            	 26	 27	 28	 29	                            	 25	   26	 27	     28	   29	   30	   31    	 29	 30	



                    MAy                                     JUNE                                             JULy                                  AUGUST
  S M         T     W TH         F     S       S    M     T     W TH          F S           S M         T    W     TH     F S           S M T            W TH          F     S
	 	 	          1	    2	 3	       4	    5	   	 	      	     	     	 	          1	 2	      	 1	 2	        3	    4	    5	    6	 7	      	 	 	 	              1	 2	        3	    4	
	 6	 7	        8	    9	 10	     11	   12	   	 3	     4	    5	    6	 7	        8	 9	      	 8	 9	       10	   11	   12	   13	 14	     	 5	 6	 7	           8	 9	       10	   11	
	 13	 14	     15	   16	 17	     18	   19	   	 10	   11	   12	   13	 14	      15	 16	     	 15	 16	     17	   18	   19	   20	 21	     	 12	 13	 14	       15	 16	      17	   18	
	20	 21	      22	   23	 24	     25	   26	   	 17	   18	   19	   20	 21	      22	 23	     	 22	 23	     24	   25	   26	   27	 28	     	 19	 20	 21	       22	 23	      24	   25	
	 27	 28	     29	   30	 31                  	 24	   25	   26	   27	 28	      29	 30	     	 29	 30	     31                            	 26	 27	 28	       29	 30	      31



          SEPTEMBER                                       OCTOBER                                  NOVEMBER                                        DECEMBER
   S    M T         W     TH     F     S       S    M T         W     TH      F S           S    M T         W     TH     F     S       S    M     T     W TH          F     S
	 	      	 	         	     1	    2	    3	   	 	      1	 2	       3	    4	     5	 6	      	 	      	 	         	     1	    2	    3	   	 	      	     	     	 	          	     1	
	 4	     5	 6	       7	    8	    9	   10	   	 7	     8	 9	      10	    11	   12	 13	     	 4	     5	 6	       7	    8	    9	   10	   	 2	     3	    4	    5	 6	        7	    8	
	 11	   12	 13	     14	   15	   16	   17	   	 14	   15	 16	     17	   18	    19	 20	     	 11	   12	 13	     14	   15	   16	   17	   	 9	    10	   11	   12	 13	      14	   15	
	 18	   19	 20	     21	   22	   23	   24	   	 21	   22	 23	     24	   25	    26	 27	     	 18	   19	 20	     21	   22	   23	   24	   	 16	   17	   18	   19	 20	      21	   22	
	 25	   26	 27	     28	   29	   30	         	 28	   29	 30	     31                       	 25	   26	 27	     28	   29	   30          	 23	   24	   25	   26	 27	      28	   29	
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