The below lint to the Education and Articles page on this website has a very important article about vaccinations, Written by Dr. Pat Foley. Please take time to read this.
Thank you Dr. Pat Foley
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For CHAMPIONSHIPS and YEAR END
IaDCTA instituted a modified level of testing for beginner horses and riders. This Intro-to-Intro Level is for IaDCTA members onlyand is not offered to our knowledge by any other club.Introductory Level is comprised of three tests (Intro A, B & C). For Intro to-Intro Level IaDCTA will accept Tests A & B ONLY.Individuals qualifying for Intro-to-Intro Level may submit three of their highest scoring tests from three different shows and two different “L” judges or better with one of those tests being Test B. Individuals riding Intro-to-Intro may also ride Test C but may not include the test in Intro-to-Intro Level. Individuals may not apply for YEAR END AWARDS in both Intro-to-Intro and the regular Intro Level.
The IaDCTA Handbook has been updated from the 2012 version to 2018.
A list of changes can be found on page 2. Please review the changes and familiarize
yourself with the handbook.
Click here to review the IaDCTA Handbook, Revised for 2018
For the young and/or inexperienced riders/horses
The IaDCTA voted to add a Walk Trot class to the yearend awards. The tests used for this class will be Intro A and Intro B classes Any rider/horse combination wanting to be eligible for this award will be allowed to ride only the two classes offered. Rider must submit their three rides from two separate judges to qualify for yearend awards by November 1st of that year. If a competitor chooses to ride the Intro level C class they will automatically not be entitled to qualify for the Walk Trot yearend award. However they may be qualified to compete for the regular Intro A, B, & C levels by riding three classes for two different judges with one ride at the highest in the Intro Level (Intro C) to qualify. This applies to yearend awards only it does not apply to individual shows.
3 separate scores from any Iowa show
TO QUALIFY FOR CHAMPIOSHIP SHOW
Under two different "L" judges (or higher level)
Must be IaDCTA member at time scores are earned
Horse(s) must be IaDCTA nominated
TO QUALIFY FOR YEAR END AWARDS
All of the above rules apply
7 hours of volunteer service per horse/rider combination and per discipline.
Volunteer hours not to exceed fourteen (14) hours if you are riding multiple
horses and/or disciplines.
Dressage and Combined Training Schooling Shows.
Get involved with the IaDCTA by hosting a show.
If you own/operate an Equestrian facility suitable for holding a Dressage and/or Combined Training show please contact:
Robin Sprafka at
firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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