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Schooling Show Announcements

Below is the 2015 Schooling Show Series Schedule.  Note: The printed version of the 2015 IDCTA Dressage, CT & Mini Event Schooling Show Series Omnibus will be mailed to all IDCTA members at the end of March. To join the IDCTA goto IDCTA.org

2015 IDCTA Schooling Show Series Schedule




Laurie Hedlund Dressage Clinic

 Friday 13-Mar-15 8:30 AM to Sunday 15-Mar-15 5:30 PMCSTMorning Program
 Rockford/Wadsworth, IL


2015 Wayne Eventing Derby

 Friday 10-Apr-15 8:30 AM to Sunday 12-Apr-15 5:30 PMCSTMorning Program
 Lamplight Equestrian Center
 The dates for the 2015 Wayne Eventing Derby at Lamplight Equestrian Center have been confirmed. April 10-12, 2015. Circle the date on your calendar. The format will be similar with Ride A Test and Open ... more at


2015 Summer Dressage Kickoff

 Friday 19-Jun-15 8:30 AM to Saturday 20-Jun-15 5:30 PMCSTMorning Program
 Fields and Fences Equestrian Center
: Gurnee IL
 More to come


2015 Summer Dressage Show

 Sunday 21-Jun-15 8:30 AM to Sunday 21-Jun-15 5:30 PMCSTMorning Program
 Fields and Fences Equestrian Center
: Gurnee IL
 more to come



From a few years back...... recognize any one???
Karen O'Connor takes time out to meet with our pc'ers!

For those of you who have lots of riding activities going on this summer with your clubs, regions and centers--lessons, preps, camps, ratings and rallies--I thought you'd like to have a copy of these great rules for Arena Etiquette found in the back of the Dressage Rulebook. Feel free to copy and paste them on a separate sheet to distribute to your riders.

Mary Pierson
USPC Communications Director

(Both in the Competition Warm-Up and “Just at Home”)

1. Pass left shoulder (hand) to left shoulder.

2. When walking, stay well to the inside of the track, so that those who are working may make use of it. Also, if you are going to halt, rein-back, etc., either come in off track or do it on the short ends of the arena.

3. Lateral movements (especially the shoulder-in and the haunches-in which usually are done along the wall) have the right of way.

4. Do not cut someone off.

5. Look where you are going and where others are going.

6. If you notice that someone is not looking where they are going, say in a loud voice, “heads up!”

7. If you should lose control of your horse, warn others by saying in a loud voice, “heads up!”

8. Never assume just by saying “heads up!” that you automatically are safe or free to do anything you want.

9. Do not gallop around in a crowded arena (or near places where people are warming up or where horses might be tied to trailers, etc.).

10. Longeing a horse in the Warm-up arena at a competition is not allowed. Find out where longeing is permitted. It is also not a good idea to longe in an arena where other people are riding as it often is very dangerous (or selfish since it takes up an enormous amount of space!).

11. Remember – be polite and forgiving – we all make mistakes!