We look forward to 2021! Our show dates for 2021 series are as follows:
June 13, July 18 and August 24; rain date: Oct. 10, 2021. Scroll below for our prize list.
**NEW** for 2021
We have added two lead-line classes and two para dressage classes. Both divisions use the same lead line tests: A & B. Please click on the following link to download these tests: http://www.ecrda.com/pages/2015DressageTests/ECRDA-lead-line-walk.pdf and http://www.ECRDA/pages/2015dressagetests/ecrda-lead-line-walk-trot.pdf
These new divisions will not count towards Year End Awards in 2020.
Our show will be managed by Dressage Experience Show Management. Entries can be mailed in or completed on line.
Mail: Ellen Brindle-Clark, 13 Bunting Avenue, Burlington, NJ 08016.
We will accept the first 70 rides ( those with correct entries and monies paid in full).
Any correct entries which are received after the first 70 rides will be placed on a waiting list in the order they were received.
Helmets are required at all our shows . Saddle does not matter.
If you have not sent in your email address please contact me with it so I can add you on our Blast List.
IHAD Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Know your Rules and your Tests . Please note: the show management does not provide readers.
Up-to-date tests can be found here: https://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/2019.asp
Please complete the covid-19 and liability waiver form before arrival at the show. You will not be permitted to participate if you do not have a completed form. To complete the forms on line, please click on the link below:
The word dressage sounds like massage. It originates from the French word dresser which means to train. Dressage is an Olympic equestrian sport; but it is also a basic training tool for any discipline.
Dressage principles are a logical, step-by-step progression from simple to increasingly complex movements. More and more is asked of the horse as it becomes mentally and physically ready to respond to these demands.
The graceful movements performed in competition may look effortless but are the result of years of training. The rider’s aids (weight, leg, and hand cues) should be imperceptible. A squeeze of the calf, a closing of the fingers, a shifting of the rider’s weight in the saddle should be all that is necessary to tell the horse what to do.
Dressage requires the horse and rider to combine the strength and agility of gymnastics with the elegance and beauty of ballet. The result is truly the best blend of sport and art.
Like any sport, watching dressage is more interesting the more you know about it.
Q - Is LIDA and IHAD the same club?
A - No ,we are two separate Clubs . If you are showing for IHA Year End Awards, you must join the IHA. Please, read the prize list carefully for eligibility requirements.
Q - Where can I find Membership Application?
A - https://isliphorsemensassociation.com/membership