Saturday - Ring 5 (DSE) will be in the Westside Warm-up Ring
Sunday - Ring 4 will be in the Eastside Warm-up Ring
The East Field will NOT have stewards - the new pad is designated LUNGEING ONLY - no riding at any time!
Inn At Moratoc -
(Formerly the Holiday Inn)
Holiday Inn Express
Big Mill Bed & Breakfast
Haughton Hall Bed & Breakfast
Cypress Grill Restaurant
Originally, one of the many riverside fishing shacks where local men cooked, played cards and socialized. The Cypress Grill now attracts visitors from around the country who stand in line with the locals for fried fish and roe. The Grill has been featured in Southern Living and Smithsonian magazines. Open January through April, coinciding with the annual herring run. Located on the riverbank. Head north on Stewart St. and "go down the hill."
109 East Academy St.
1056 Cantle Court
(across from Sen. Bob Martin Center)
Shaw's Barbecue House
202 W. Blvd.
Hwy 64 Bus.
Sunny Side Oyster Bar
This favorite oyster spot was opened in 1935 and keeps its unique, authentic atmosphere...the one that has brought attention from national media like the Good Morning America show, Gourmet magazine and Southern Living magazine among others.
Sunset Stables Cowboy Cookhouse
The Cowboy Cook House is a heated and air conditioned party building, on our Sunset Stables Ranch. Catering services are provided from this unique location. you can get barbecue and good home-style meals, and seasonal favorites. 2082 Winslow Road Robersonville Call 252-795-3496
The Hitch'n Post Restaurant
The Hitch’n Post is a locally owned and operated restaurant providing friendly and courteous service in a family atmosphere, along with delicious and freshly prepared cuisine.
US Hwy 17 South
Williamston, NC 27892
The Smokehouse Grill
The Smokehouse Grill is the area's premier steakhouse, featuring marinated ribeye steaks, burgers, chicken breast, baby back ribs and shrimp. The restaurant is located at the Deadwood Western Theme Park.
2302 Ed's Grocery Road Bear Grass
SATURDAY Classes are run in their entirety; pinned by division
USDF Intro A
Second 3 (GAIG Q)
USDF Intro B
USDF Intro C
$$ Sotheby’s Stakes Third 2 (BLM)
Training 1 Opportunity
Third 3 (GAIG Q)
Training 2 Opportunity
$$ Sotheby’s Stakes Fourth 2 (BLM)
Training 2 (BLM)
Fourth 3 (GAIG Q)
Training 3 (GAIG Q)
$$ Sotheby’s Sm Tour Stakes FEI TOC - PSG, Int I (BLM, GAIG Q)
First 1 Opportunity
$$ Sotheby’s Lg Tour Stakes FEI TOC - GP, Int II (BLM, GAIG Q)
First 3 Opportunity
Dressage Seat Equitation Jr/YR
$$ Sotheby’s Stakes First 1
Dressage Seat Equitation Adult
First 2 (BLM)
Test of Choice – unlisted test
First 3 (GAIG Q)
MFS USDF TOC (BLM GAIG Q)
$$ Sotheby’s Stakes Second 1
MFS FEI TOC (BLM, GAIG Q)
Second 2 (BLM)
SATURDAY NCDCTA DRESSAGE CHAMPIONSHIPS CLASSES NCDCTA Dressage Championships require one class on Saturday and one class on Sunday Scores will be combined
USDF Intro B CHAMPIONSHIP - Open
USDF Intro B CHAMPIONSHIP - Junior/Young Rider
Training 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Open
Training 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Adult Amateur
Training 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Junior/Young Rider
First 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Open
First 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Adult Amateur
First 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Junior/Young Rider
Second 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Open
Second 2 (BLM) CHAMPIONSHIP - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
Third 1 CHAMPIONSHIP - Open
Third 1 CHAMPIONSHIP - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
2013 Judges: Kem Barbosa - S, New Jersey
Beverly Rogers - S, Arizona
Jan Jacobson - R, North Carolina
Nicky Vogel - R, Virginia
2013 TD: Tamla Nichols - r, Virgina
Show Manager - Martie Healy of Equestrian Secretarial Services Martie Healy is the founder of ESS and a member in good standing of USEF, USDF and NCDCTA. She was the owner/manager/organizer of Basingstoke Farms. Martie and husband, Bill, ran USEF/USEA events through Advanced-Intermediate, Dressage Shows and Combined Driving Events for 12 years. She earned her USEF Eventing Course Designer's license and designed and built the courses at Basingstoke Farms and other events in the US. She has over 20 years experience in organizing, managing, secretarying and scheduling events, shows, clinics and other activities - both large and small. Martie competed in Hunter/Jumpers, Eventing and Dressage and fox-hunted for many years before turning towards the administrative side of equestrian sports. She is an accomplished website designer, operating her own website design business, Basingstoke Web Designs. Basingstoke Web Designs has been producing clean, effective, well-designed websites for over 15 years.
Martie took over show management of the NCDCTA Harvest Moon Dressage Show in 2008. The NCDCTA Harvest Moon Dressage Show is the site of the NCDCTA Dressage Championships and is proving to be extremely popular. In 2010, the NCDCTA Harvest Moon Dressage Show and NCDCTA hosted the 2010 Great American/USDF Region 1 Dressage Championships and enjoyed a hugely successful Championships. NCDCTA Harvest Moon Dressage again hosted the Great American/USDF Region 1 Dressage Championships in 2012. This year, Martie will be managing two shows for NCDCTA - Harvest Moon is moving to an earlier date - the first weekend in October and NCDCTA Autumn Leaves will be taking over the old Harvest Moon date of the first weekend in November and will host the 2013 BLMs - a very prestigous and popular regional championship.
Martie provides complete secretarial services for many dressage shows every year. She is the Secretary for Dressage At Lexington - the largest dressage show in the US outside of championship shows. Martie also provides a 'Show in a Box' to smaller dressage shows across the nation. For a full list of ESS shows, please see the home page of this website.
Staff Coordinator - Olga Wagner Olga is the Show Manager for the NCDCTA Capital Dressage Classic and the NCDCTA Labor Of Love shows. The CDC showcases local youth by hosting the Region 1 Southern Youth Team Competition and the NCDCTA Junior Club with many unmounted activities including the ever-popular Dressage On Foot. Labor of Love includes a Breed Division on Friday. Olga is also an accomplished artist with a website presence of Cat Claws Studio.
Footing and Facility Liason - Sue Smithson Stabling Manager - Buck Smithson Sue and Buck Smithson of Southern Pines NC have been running recognized horse shows and horse trials since 1976 under the business name of Sporting Services. She is a "R" dressage and event judge, and "r" event TD, and Buck is a class F soccer referee and high school volleyball referee.
Sue was a reporter and columnist for The Pilot newspaper for 17 years, and still does some freelance work for various horse publications. Buck is a metal fabricator and industrial sewing machine mechanic, and they have two children and three grandchildren. Buck rode through preliminary eventing, and Sue rode through FEI levels in dressage and eventing, still owns one horse and enjoys trotting down centerline occasionally, just to stay humble!
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2013 NCDCTA Dressage Championships
Sponsored by: WNC Photography & High Time Videos
Eligibility: Riders – current NCDCTA members; Horses – registered for current HOY points. Each horse/rider combination must have earned HOY points during competition year at their Championship Level. Opportunity classes at NCDCTA recognized shows do count towards HOY points. Horses may compete at 2 consecutive Levels, provided they have earned HOY points at each level during the competition year.
Membership Requirements: (excluding Intro - only NCDCTA membership for horse & rider required for Intro)
USDF members (GMO membership through NCDCTA)
USEF member - or pay n/m fee
Adult Amateur Riders
USEF AA membership or pay n/m fee PLUS AA n/m
USEF membership or pay n/m fee
Levels Offered: Champions will be named at Intro through Fourth Level at USEF levels including Musical Freestyles. At FEI levels, Champions will be named for the ‘Small Tour’ (Prix St. Georges and Intermediate 1) and for the ‘Large Tour’ (Intermediate 2 and Grand Prix). The Championship Divisions are:
Intro Level - Open
Intro Level - Junior/Young Rider
Training Level - Open
Training Level - Adult Amateur
Training Level - Junior/Young Rider
First Level - Open
First Level - Adult Amateur
First Level - Junior/Young Rider
Second Level - Open
Second Level - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
Third Level - Open
Third Level - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
Fourth Level - Open
Fourth Level - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
FEI Small Tour - Open
FEI Small Tour - Adult Amateur/Junior/Young Rider
FEI Large Tour - Open
USDF Musical Freestyles - Open
FEI Musical Freestyles - Open
A horse may only compete in one division per level. A horse may be entered in another level in the same or a different division.
NEW for 2013! - TRAINING LEVEL MUSICAL FREESTYLES!
Tests and Procedures: The two Championship Classes must be entered and ridden at a level to qualify for awards. Winners at each level and division will be determined by averaging the percentage scores from each of the two rides. In the case of a tie, the winner is determined by the highest scoring second ride.
Rules and Requirements: Whips are allowed and tests may be called. All regular USEF rules for Dressage will be followed.
Awards: Trophy and special ribbons (1-8th) per level and division offered. Champions and Reserves, must attend the Mounted Sunday Awards Ceremony.
Entries: Championship competitors must enter the Championship Classes. Competitors pay the normal class fees and will be judged for regular show placings and awards as well as for the NCDCTA Dressage Championships.
DOUBLE 2013 HOY POINTS ARE EARNED IN THE CHAMPIONSHIPS!
Adult and Junior Dressage Equitation Division
Offered at Training, First and Second Levels.
The Equitation Division is made up of 2 classes: the Dressage Seat Equitation and the Rider Test. 3 entries at a level will fill the Division and will allow for a separate DSE class – less than 3 at a level will be combined with the next level. Scores from the Rider Test and the DSE will be totaled to find the Division Champion and Reserve. Special ribbons and Championship Prize for each Division. USEF AA status not required, but by entering the Equitation Division, competitors declare themselves as Amateurs according to USEF GR 808.
DRESSAGE EQUITATION at Harvest Moon (ADULT AND JR/YR)
Ride in the Equitation Division - Adult or Junior at the 2013 NCDCTA Harvest Moon Dressage Show for special prizes sponsored by M&M Tack and special ribbons and a mounted awards ceremony.
Eligibility: One Professional plus two-three Amateurs, Juniors and/or Young Riders make up a Pro-Am Team. Any level may be ridden; levels may be combined. The 3 highest scores will be averaged to find the Team Score from the Saturday Rides of all Team Members. (Intro, MFS and DSE scores will not be included) Team members (Professionals, Amateurs, Juniors and Young Riders) are considered as a horse/rider combination – if a rider has more than one horse entered in the competition, she may ride on more than one team – the Pro-Am fee must be paid for each team and each team must have unique horse/rider combinations.
Awards: Trophy for all members of 1st through 6th placing Teams. All Team Members must be present at the Saturday Night Awards Ceremony to receive prizes.
Entries: Teams must be named with all team members indicated and all fees paid ($20/team) by 9am Saturday. Competitors may indicate intention to compete on entry form (‘other fee’ section) or may sign up in show office.