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									                        SCOTLAND REGIONAL NEWSLETTER
          Regional Development Officer: Cecilia Gladwyn, Clochcan House, Auchnagatt, Ellon, AB41 8TD
                        Tel: 07778 114453. Email: ceciliagladwyn@britishdressage.co.uk
                          www.britishdressage.co.uk      www.dressagescotland.co.uk
                                             DECEMBER 2008
                                    BYRDS REPRESENTATIVE
The Regional Committee of Scotland is seeking to recruit a volunteer BYRDS Representative to assist and
promote development of this area within the region. BYRDS age group is from 8 to 25 years.
The British Dressage Terms of Reference for this role are detailed below:
BYRDS Representative.             The BYRDS representative provides technical input to the Regional Development Officer
(RDO) and to the Regional Committee on BYRDS issues. This relates primarily to implement the policy on all Regional
BYRDS activities. Any queries or questions they have on this policy should be directed to the BYRDS Committee, either
through the RDO, Chief Executive or through the relevant representative on the BYRDS Committee. It is for the RDO
and the BYRDS Representative working together to implement this policy. In doing so it is critical that market forces are
taken into account and also the activities of other regions. It is important that on-going evaluation takes place of BYRDS
activities to enable the demands of BYRDS in the region to be taken in to account when implementing policy. BYRDS
Representatives are recommended by the Regional Committee, approved by the BYRDS Committee and ratified by the
Board.
It will be necessary, if not already done, that you attend a Child Awareness Workshop and have a disclosure check done
through the CRBS.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please request an application form from your RDO, Cecilia Gladwyn,
Clochcan House, Auchnagatt, Ellon, AB41 8TD and return this with letter of application to Cecilia Gladwyn. If you would
like more information about the role or to discuss further, please do not hesitate to contact Cecilia Gladwyn.
Closing date for receipt of application forms is 13 th December 2008. The Regional Committee will then review these
which may result in immediate selection or informal meetings with short listed candidates.


IMPORTANT RULE CHANGES which came in to force on 1 st December 2008
Qualification. 2 wins, 1 of which must be a qualifier. In Scotland, the qualification will continue to pass down to 2 nd
place if 1st has already qualified.
Freestyle Qualifiers – The percentages required for qualification to the Winter Music Regionals have increased –
Novice Restricted – top 2 non qualified combinations with 65% or above. Novice Open – Top 2 non qualified
combinations with 66% or above. Elementary Restricted – Top 2 non qualified combinations with 64% or above
Elementary Open – Top 2 non qualified combinations with 66% or above. Advanced Medium – Top 3 non qualified
combinations with 63% or above. Prix St. George – Top 3 non qualified combinations with 63% or above.
Fall of horse or rider. A fall of horse or rider in a test will result in compulsory retirement from that class. Riders may
compete in any following classes, or another horse later in the same class, should the rider declare that they are fit to
continue.
Waistcoats. If the decision is taken to allow riders to compete without jackets, riders are permitted to wear a plain,
conservative coloured waistcoat.
CHANGES COMING IN TO FORCE ON 1 ST JULY 2009
Specific qualifying tests. The following tests will be used for qualifiers from 1 st July 2009
Prelim                 13 14 15 19
Novice                 30 34 36 37 38
Elementary             49 50 53 57 58
Medium                71 73 75
Advanced Medium 85 93 98
Only the tests listed above may be used as qualifiers. However, they may also be run as non qualifiers.
                                                        st
Prize Money. Prize money will be mandatory from 1 July 2009.
                          st
The amount given for 1 prize must exceed the entry fee and if entry fees are discounted for groups such as club
members, must exceed the highest entry fee charged. Prize money should be given to 3 rd place, in relation to the
minimum scale, but are not mandatory beyond 3 rd even if class entries exceed 12. Prize money may continue to be
given per class based on over all percentages, rather than per section. Vouchers/prizes in kind can only be given if in
addition to prize money.
2009 Test Information
New Tests     Introductory B (walk/trot test) - 20 x 40 Introductory freestyle - 20 x 40
              Prelim freestyle - 20 x 60 or 20 x 40 at the organiser’s discretion in qualifiers
              Novice 34 – 20 x 40       Novice 35 – 20 x 60      Elementary 49 – 20 x 40
Deleted Tests Prelim 17        Novice 32 and 33          Advanced Medium 86

2009 Major Dates
                                                 th              st
Winter/Music Regionals – Rowallan, Ayrshire 27 February to 1 March
                                                           th  th
Winter/Music Championships – Hartpury Arena, Glos 8 to 12 April
                                                    th th
Summer Regionals – Ingliston EC, Renfrewshire 8 /9 August
BD National Champs – Stoneleigh 17th – 20th September
Senior Inter Regionals – The College, Bedfordshire 23 rd/24th May
                                                                      th  th
BYRDS Inter Regionals Squad Competition – The College, Bedfordshire 11 /12 July
                                             th        th
Hickstead CDIO 2*/CDI3*/CDIYJ – Sussex 20 to 26 July
BYRDS Home International – Bristol, Wales 28th to 30th July
Fry’s CDI – Yorkshire 11th to 15th August
                                              th        nd
Sheepgate BYRDS Champs – Lincolnshire 18 to 22 August
                                          th     th
Royal Windsor Europeans – Berkshire 25 to 30 August
Senior Home International – Rowallan, Ayrshire 17th/18th October

JUDGE TRAINING
A separate Newsletter will be sent to all judges. If you would like to consider becoming a listed judge and receive judge
training details please contact RDO.
Congratulations to Shona Mackenzie, List 3 judge from Muir or Ord on being appointed to the National Para Equestrian
Dressage Judging list.

SENIOR REGIONAL TRAINING/BYRDS. Trainers on the BD Trainers Database

Jo Barry – Kirknewton, West Lothian (01506 880032)
Susan Baxter – Peterhead, Aberdeenshire (07881 913834)
Fiona Busby – Dryden, Ashkirk (01387 381208)
Catherine Eardley – Borders (01578 750631)
Anne Comrie – Broxburn, West Lothian (01506 811351)
Allison Fellows – Isle of Skye and Highlands (01470 532455)
Victoria Gladwyn – Grampian, Moray & Nairn and Fife (01358 701301)
Sue Hendry – Inverurie, Aberdeenshire (077395 91223)
Jennifer Johnston – Aberdeen (01224 791203)
Liz Love – Biggar, Lanarkshire (01555 880489)
Mary McFarlane – Blairgowrie (01250 873211)
Pam Millar – Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire (01651 872613)
Linda Penman – Dechmont, West Lothian (01506 811225)
Jayne Ritchie – Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire (07812 020288)
Jane Rutherford – Berwickshire and Dumfries (01890 781512)
Gail Smith – Jackton, East Kilbride (07881 820318)
Les Smith – Berwickshire (01578 740281)
Jean Stephen – Aberdeen (01651 882740)
Adrienne Taylor – West Dunning, Perthshire (01738 730369)
Elaine Taylor – Dingwall (01309 865495)
Heather Young – Girvan, Ayrshire (01655 331636)

BYRDS/Fledglings. A separate newsletter is being sent to all BYRDS/fledglings. To ensure that you receive
BYRDS/Fledgling details please let the RDO have your email address as all newsletters and information will be sent
electronically. You do not have to be a member of BD to take part in BYRDS/fledgling activities so please encourage
your friends to come along. Squad levels are aimed at – Fledgling for 11 years and under, then progression to C (prelim
level), B (novice level) and A (elementary and above). Proficiency badges are also awarded and testing for the
proficiency badges is usually done at camp but for 2009 will be done as a continuous assessment as well as during
camps. Proficiency Badges awarded during 2008 –
Sophie Gibson            Ria Stewart               Tegan Hartley            Jaimie Hunter             Carmen Gammie
Eilidh Grant             Claire Grant              Laura Grant              Nadia Gassom              Gareth Watt
Laura Kettlewell         Anna Middleton            Jenny Scott              Sarah Mackie              Giorgia Burns
Robyn Smith              Beth Fletcher             Charlotte Holden         Alice Page                Rosie Williams

Team riders for 2008 were –
Nercarne:
Morven Miller, Robyn Smith, Louise Ritchie, Kate Paskins, Rosie Williams, Henrietta Cooper and Carmen Gammie
Marlton:
 Alicia Mathieson, Alice Page, Andrew Glover, Morven Miller, Robyn Smith, Louise Ritchie, Rosie Williams and Carmen
Gammie
Keysoe BYRDS Inter Regional:
Sophie Gibson, Claudia Claydon. Morgan Hartley, Kristina Cromb, Tegan Hartley, Gemma McDougall, Claire Ramsden,
Kate Paskins and Henrietta Cooper
Myerscough BYRDS Home International:
Lauren Tait, Megan Kilmurry, Rebecca Stephen, Eilidh Grant, Emma Gibson, Hannah Guild, Marcus Watt, Linda
Thomson, Alice Page, Andrew Glover, Morven Miller, Robyn Smith and Louise Ritchie
Sheepgate:
Claire Grant, Harriet Tan, Katie Lawrence, Liusaidh Owen, Laura Kettlewell and Louise Ritchie

RIDER TRAINING. A separate newsletter will be sent out to all riders at the beginning of 2009. The Rider Trainer
newsletter will include details of all training and criteria for team selection. It is important that if you are interested in
training and team selection that you must let me the RDO have a current email address for you as all communication will
be by email. If you do not have email and still wish to receive the information you must let the RDO have a supply of 6
stamped addressed envelopes.

Rider competitions, which will include potential team viewing days, will be held on

8th March - Fountain EC, Aberdeen
28th March – Easter Rattray, Blairgowrie
   th
29 March – Sandyflats RDA, Glasgow

Team selectors will be Mary McFarlane and Les Smith in conjunction with the Regional Training coaches.

SENIOR HOME INTERNATIONAL. Two teams made the journey to The Hand Equestrian Centre in Somerset for the
first ever Senior Home International with Chef d’equipe Mary McFarlane. The teams consisted of Judy Douglas Miller/Lys
De La Vallee, Catherine Eardley/Weltpower and NH Prima Donna, Cath Logan/Westpoint Fulbright. Anne
Plummer/Ridinghill Rose, Angela McKinna/Fergal and Jennifer Coffey/Tristan Turn. Catherine and Weltpower riding in
                                    rd      th                                                              th     th
the Advanced Medium tests got a 3 and 7 . Angela and Jennifer both got awards in the Prelim tests, getting 8 and 6
respectively.

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The 2009 Home International is being hosted by Scotland at Rowallan, Ayrshire on 17 /18 October 2009. Details of the
selection process for teams will be sent to all senior riders in due course. The selection process for teams is as set down
by British Dressage for all regions in the UK.

If you feel that you can help in any way with the Home International, as a writer or a steward please get in touch with
Cecilia. A sub-committee has been set up to run the Home International. The running of an event such as this is very
expensive and if you can help in any way with sponsorship, or know of anyone who can, please let Cecilia know.

SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. Championship rules will be posted on both web pages. The rules for 2009 are –

   Qualifiers for the Scottish Championships will run from 1 st December 2008 to 31st July 2009. The Championships will
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    take place at Ingliston Equestrian Centre, Bishopton, Renfrewshire on 5 and 6 September 2009.
     st     nd
    1 and 2 in each Scottish Championship qualifying class will qualify. Qualifying percentages for 2009 -
    Restricted section at Prelim with 65% or above
    Open and Restricted section at Novice with 65% or above
    Open and Restricted section at Elementary with 63% or above
    Open and Restricted section at Medium with 60% or above
    Open and Restricted section at Advanced Medium with 60% or above
    PSG with 60% or above

All Scottish championship classes for 2009 will be run as Open and Restricted with the exception of Prelim and PSG. In
accordance with BD rules, rosettes will be given for each section but prize money where awarded will be given to the
highest placed rider over the 2 sections. Trophies will be awarded to the highest percentage over the 2 sections in each
class. No score sheets or qualifying letters have to be sent with entry forms.

       A qualifying letter will be given to all qualifiers on the day. It is up to the competitor to ensure that they receive
        their qualifying letter from the organiser. To register your intent to compete at the Scottish Championships you
        must return the tear off section of the qualifying letter to Cecilia Gladwyn, Regional Development Officer within 14
        Days of the date of the competition. Failure to record your qualification could mean that you will be unable to
        take part in the Championships.
       As per British Dressage rules only group 7 and 8 riders competing on unregistered horses or horses with less
        than 49 points are eligible for preliminary classes. Unregistered horses will have to be registered prior to the
        Scottish Championships.
       As per Championship rules all entries will be drawn for starting times.

    SCOTTISH & NORTHERN EQUESTRIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. The Scottish & Northern Equestrian Championships
    will again run affiliated and Riding Club qualifiers. The rules for the affiliated section of the Championships will be
    identical to the Scottish Championship rules with the exception of the qualifying period which will be 1 st February to
    31st August. There are no trophies or prize money at the Scottish & Northern Equestrian Championship classes.
    Rules for the Riding Club section will be sent to all Riding Clubs in Scotland and is only open to NON BD members
    and unregistered horses. The Championship will be at SNEC, West Lothian on 24 th/25th October.

ROWALLAN SCOTTISH MASTERS. A copy of the rules for the Rowallan Scottish Masters with Hickstead qualifiers will
be available on the BD and Scottish Dressage web page. If you require a copy of the rules to be sent to you please send
a SAE to Cecilia Gladwyn.

SCOTTISH SPORTS SCIENCE SEMINAR. The 2009 Scottish Sports Science Seminar will be held in the Arran Room,
Oatridge College, West Lothian on 31 st January and guest speakers will include Ann Tezer from Kingston Maurward
College (coaching the warm up) and Liz Briscoe (horse anatomy and biomechanics). This is a class room based seminar
and is open to all riders, coaches and judges. Delegates from other equestrian disciplines are invited to attend. The
cost of the seminar for the day will be £40 and this will include lunch. Day will commence at 10.00 a.m. and finish at 4,30
p.m. Send SAE for tickets to Cecilia Gladwyn with cheque made payable to British Dressage. This day is being run as
part of the UKCC coaching seminars and a certificate of attendance will be given to all those who attend.
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BD SPORTS SCIENCE SEMINAR. The BD Sports Science Seminar will be held at Hartpury College on Tuesday 20
January. Contact Ruth Tyler at BD office for further details.

WINDSOR CASTLE FEI EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 24TH TO 30TH AUGUST 2009
THE POSSIBILITY OF A TRIP TO WINDSOR CASTLE FOR THE FEI EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS IS BEING
LOOKED AT. AT PRESENT FLIGHTS ARE AVERAGING ABOUT £120 FROM ABERDEEN, EDINBURGH OR
GLASGOW AIRPORT. TICKETS FOR ALL THE MAIN EVENTS VARY IN PRICE. BUT WOULD AVERAGE ABOUT
£100. ACCOMMODATION AGAIN IS DEPENDENT ON HOTEL AVAILABILITY BUT THERE ARE TRAVELODGES IN
THE VICINITY SO SHOULD NOT BE TOO EXPENSIVE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A TRIP TO WINDSOR YOU
HAVE TO LET CECILIA GLADWYN KNOW BY 12TH DECEMBER AT THE VERY LATEST. IF A TRIP IS ORGANISED
YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY FOR FLIGHTS, HOTEL AND TICKETS PRIOR TO BOOKING.


SCOTTISH DRESSAGE BALL. Although numbers were down this year 70 keen and enthusiastic people arrived a the
Huntingtower Hotel, Perth on Friday 28 th November. After a superb meal dancing was to the Gary Sutherland Trio
Ceilidh Band. Trophy winners for 2008 were –
A Squad Trophy           Rebecca Stephen/Fortria Express
B Squad Trophy           Linda Thomson/Wee Nipper
C Squad Trophy           Robyn Smith/Maesyfron Rhett
Fledgling Trophy         Elspeth Jamieson/Skellorn Imperial Consort

The Scottish Equestrian Association Performance Directorate Trophy for the Scottish rider to gain most BD points in the
year – Fiona Maxwell/Ridinghill Everdon

The Hunter Trophy for Rider aged 40 years and over to gain most BD points in the year – Francis Peto/Terimon
The Scottish Committee Trophy for the Highest Placed Horse at the Nationals – Corinna Wyse/Riva
The Scottish Committee Trophy for the Highest Place Horse at the Winter Championships – Jo Barry/Waratah
British Dressage Scottish Volunteer of the Year award – Glenys McKee
Many thanks has to go to Shona Mackenzie for her continued sponsorship of the BYRDS by donating all the sashes.

                                       FORTHCOMING ATTRACTIONS:
                                   PAMMY HUTTON “Teaching Lateral Work” at Etal
                                  DAVID HUNT “Teaching Flying Changes” in Aberdeen

Dope Testing – Horses
Please note that if your horse has received/or is receiving veterinary treatment you should check that any substances
prescribed will not result in a positive dope test and/or that the banned substance is withdrawn from the horses system
before competing again under British Dressage rules. Details regarded banned substances for horses are shown on
page 100 -102 in the 2009 Rule book.
Random dope testing is carried out at National competitions at all levels from Prelim – Grand Prix. If you are in any doubt
whether a substance is banned or the length of withdrawal required, please send a list of all of the active ingredients in the
substance to ruthtyler@britishdressage.co.uk for further advice

Dope Testing – Humans
Please note that human dope testing can be carried out at British Dressage competitions. Please check
http://www.didglobal.com to ensure you are not taking any substances that would result in a positive test. If you are taking
a banned substance please contact Ruth Tyler at the British Dressage Office for information regarding therapeutic
exemption.

TUE forms are required for riders that are taking a prohibited substance in and out of competition. To check if a
substance for a rider is forbidden please check the above web site. For asthma drugs an abbreviated TUE will be
required and for others a full TUE will be needed. For full/standard TUEs the applicant must include details/evidence
confirming the diagnosis, any lab results and any screening results. The TUE forms are available on the Global website.
If you are unsure please contact Ruth Tyler at the BD office.

No one should compete on a prohibited substance without a TUE. Please note that UK Sport require 28 days in order to
process the standard TUE’s

2009 Affiliated Dressage Dates
January
10th            Dabbs, Fife                               01337 831244                      P - AM
    th
17              Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire                   01651 872089                      P-M
    th th
16 /18          Rowallan, Ayrshire                        01560 600769                      P – PSG
18th            Annandale, Aberdeenshire                  01771 622402                      P–M
    th
24              SNEC, West Lothian                        01506 865714                      P – AM
    th
24              Brahan, Highlands                         01349 865495                      P–M
25th            Aberdeenshire Equestrian                  01466 730358                      P–E
February
  th
7               Dabbs, Fife                               01337 831244                      P - AM
14th            Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire                   01651 872089                      P–M
15th            Brahan, Highlands                         01349 865495                      P–M
    st
21              Fountain Equestrian, Aberdeen             01224 773683                      P–M
    st nd
21 /22          SNEC, West Lothian                        01506 865714                      P – AM
 th   st
28 /1 March   WINTER REGIONALS - Rowallan
March
  th
7             Brahan, Highlands                 01349 865495    P–M
7th           Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P – AM
8th           Annandale, Aberdeenshire          01771 622402    P-M
14th/15th     Gordon Dressage Group, Aberdeen   01358 742805    P – Inter II
20th/22nd     Rowallan, Ayrshire                01560 600769    P – PSG
21st          Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire           01651 872089    P–M
     nd
22            Aberdeenshire Equestrian          01466 730358    P–E
     th
28            SBEC West Lothian                 01506 865714    P – AM
29th          Mundole, Moray & Nairn            01309 676498    P-M
April
4th           SNEC, West Lothian                01506 865714    P - AM
5th           Gleneagles, Perthshire            01764 694351    P - PSG
11th          Brahan, Highlands                 01349 865495    P–M
12th          Annandale, Aberdeenshire          01771 622402    P–M
     th
18            Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire           01651 872089    P–M
19th          Aberdeenshire Equestrian          01466 730358    P–E
     th
19            Blackdyke, Cumbria                01228 675000    P – PYO A/PSG
25th/26th     Gordon Dressage Group, Aberden    01358 742805    P – Inter II
25th/27th     Rowallan, Ayrshire                01560 600769    P – PSG
May
  nd
2             Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P–M
3rd           Mundole, Moray & Nairn            01309 676498    P–M
7th           Aberdeenshire Equestrian          01466 730358    P-E
9th           Dumfries, D & G                   01387 721147    P – AM + Music
     th
10            Glamis, Tayside                   01828 626228    P-M
10th          Blackdyke, Cumbria                01228 675000    P - AM
16th          Highland,                         01463 870574    P – M + Music
16th/17th     SNEC, West Lothian                01506 865714    P – AM
23rd/24th     Ingliston, Renfrewshire           0845 301 1010   P – Inter II
23rd/24th     Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire           01651 872089    P – PSG
29th/31st     Rowallan, Ayrshire                01560 600769    P – PSG
30th          Fountain Equestrian, Aberdeen     01224 773683    P–M
June
6th/7th       Gordon Dressage Group, Aberdeen   01358 742805    P – Inter II
13th          Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P–M
14th          Annandale, Aberdeenshire          01771 622402    P–M
     th st
19 /21        Rowallan, Ayrshire                01560 600769    P – GP
     th
20            Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire           01651 872089    P – PSG
21st          Mundole, Moray & Nairn            01309 676498    P–M
27th/28th     Ingliston, Renfrewshire           0845 301 1010   P – Inter II + Music
28th          Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P–M
July
  th th
4 /5          SNEC, West Lothian                01506 865714    P – AM
  th
5             Mundole, Moray & Nairn            01309 676 498   P – AM
  th
9             Aberdeenshire Equestrian          01466 730358    P-E
10th/12th     Rowallan, Ayrshire                01560 600769    P – PSG
11th          Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P–M
     th th
18 /19        Ingliston, Renfrewshire           0845 301 1010   P – Inter II
     th th
18 /19        Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire           01651 872089    P – PSG
     th
25 /26th      Gordon Dressage Group, Aberdeen   01358 742805            P – PSG + Music
August
  st
1             Dabbs, Fife                       01337 831244    P – AM
 th   th
8 /9            SUMMER REGIONALS – Ingliston
13th            Aberdeenshire Equestrian                01466 730358                     P-E
   th   th
15 /16          SNEC, West Lothian                      01506 865714                     P – AM
   nd
22 /23rd        Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire                 01651 872089                     P – PSG
28th/30th       Rowallan, Ayrshire                      01560 600769                     P – PSG
September
5th/6th         SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS – Ingliston, Renfrewshire
12th/13th       SNEC, West Lothian              01506 865714                             P – AM
   th
13              Mundole, Moray & Nairn          01309 676498                             P–M
   th
19              Dumfries, D & G                 01387 721147                             P–M
20th            Aberdeenshire Equestrian        01466 730358                             P–E
20th            Rowallan, Ayrshire              01560 600769                             P–E
26th/27th       Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire         01651 872089                             P – PSG
27th            Dabbs, Fife                     01337 831244                             P – AM
October
3rd/4th         Gordon Dressage Group, Aberden 01358 742805
   th   th
10 /11          SNEC, West Lothian             01506 865714          P – AM
11th            Mundole, Moray & Nairn         01309 676498          P–M
   th
16              Scottish Committee at Rowallan 07778 114453          P - PSG
17th /18th      SCOTISH HOME INTERNATIONAL     07778 114453          P - PSG
24th/25th       SCOTTISH & NORTHERN EQUESTRIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS AT SNEC
24th            Brahan, Highlands              01349 865495          P–M
   th   st
30 /31          Ladyleys, Aberdenshire         01651 872089          P - PSG
   st
31              Dabbs, Fife                    01337 831244          P–M
November
8th             Mundole, Moray & Nairn                  01309 676498                     P–M
   st   nd
21 /22          SNEC, West Lothian                      01506 865714                     P – AM
21st            Brahan, Highlands                       01349 865495                     P–M
22nd            Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire                 01651 872089                     P–M
27th/29th       Rowallan, Ayrshire                      01560 600769                     P – PSG
28th/29th       Gordon Dressage Group, Aberdeen         01358 742805
December
6th             Dabbs, Fife                             01337 831244                     P–M
12th            Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire                 01651 872089                     P–M


SCOTTISH & NORTHERN EQUESTRIAN VIDEO LINKS. Clips and interviews on
www.snequestrian.tv
WEB PAGE. Details of Committee Members, judge training, regional training etc. can be found on the BD web page.
Check it out today www.britishdressage/your_regions/Scotland_region. Scotland has also got its own webpage –
www.dressagescotland.co.uk If you wish any competitions listed, results etc. please email them to Cecilia. All
application forms can be downloaded from the web pages of if you require an application form for any of the events to be
sent to you please send C5 SAE to RDO.

IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED THIS NEWSLETTER BY POST IT MEANS THAT YOU ARE A NEW
MEMBER OR AS A CURRENT MEMBER HAVE NOT GIVEN THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
OFFICER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. Information can be sent more quickly and efficiently by
email. However if you do not have email, and have not already done so, then you will require
to send Cecilia Gladwyn 3 SAE envelope size 9” x 6 ¼” .

								
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