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NCDCTA Capital Dressage Classic Dressage

NCDCTA Capital Dressage Classic
Adult Team Competition
June 2 - 4, 2017
Hunt Horse Complex
Raleigh, NC

Opening Date: April 1, 2017
Closing Date: May 12, 2017 (entries must be RECEIVED by closing date)

2017 Official Prize List


Official Qualifying Competition for the: 2017Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championships “Official Qualifying Competition for: The 2017 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North; the 2017 Children Dressage National Championship; the 2017 USEF Pony Rider Dressage National Championship; and the 2017 AGCO/USEF Junior and Young Rider Dressage National Championships. Official Qualifying Competition for the 2017 USEF Young and Developing Horse Dressage Championships.” 2017 CBLM Qualifier USDF/Dover Adult Amateur Medal Program
AQHA Approved – Earn AQHA Dressage Points

NCDCTA Junior Scholarships: Each scholarship will cover the cost of four classes, one stall, and a shared tack stall.



Adult Team Entry Form


Jovee Farm Ponies Adult & Junior Pony Champions
National Pony Dressage Cup Special Ribbons for NDPC Class
Enterprise Farm AQHA High Score
Jessica Palmer Memorial Award – Sponsored by Olga Wagner

$$$ - Classes marked with “$$$” are money classes for Adult Amateurs.
Horse/rider combination must not have shown at a higher level.
$300 Prize money for each level will be divided as follows:
First Place - $150, Second Place - $100, Third Place $50
Enter the regular classes listed on the prize list. No special fees. AA’s will be rewarded!

Sponsored By: NCDCTA
FREE Coffee and Breakfast Snacks Each Day

High Time Photography is our official photographer/videographer for this show. or call John at 336-671-4446.

Night Watch & Braiding Services provided by Amy Struzzieri. 845 220 7206 or

Golf Carts are $50/day. Contact Byron Unger or 919-337-7456.


Intro,Training, First, Second, Third, Fourth, PSG, I-1, I-2, GP
Open, AA, Jr/YR Champions & Reserve Special Ribbons & Champion Prize

No Extra Fee!

Intro thru First Levels – ride 2 tests Sat and 1 Sun – at the level, low score dropped.
2nd thru FEI Levels – ride 1 regular test each day – at the level, no dropped scores
All USEF levels must ride the 2 highest tests of the level to be eligible with the highest test being ridden on Saturday.
T-1 & T-2 on Sat; T-3 on Sun = high score on Sat + Sun T-3 score will be used.
T-2 & T-3 on Sat; T-3 on Sun = high score on Sat + Sun T-3 score will be used.
T-2 & T-3 on Sat; T-2 on Sun = not eligible
Your two scores (at the level) are averaged to find Division Score for Champion and Reserve.

2017 Vendors


Put Together your Team and Come on Down!

Adult Team Entry Form

Competitors may be 22 years old or older – Professional or Amateur


There are no qualifying scores needed to enter. A team can be 3 or 4 riders. Team members must be adults – AA or Open. To ride in the AA Division, all team members must be USEF AAs. You may enter as part of a team or as an individual and be put on a scratch team. A team may represent a dressage club, a level, breed, farm, barn, instructor, GMO or group of individuals. Any individual or partial team needing team members is encouraged to send in their entry and mixed team will be formed.

To enter, send in the Team Competition Entry Blank included in this prize list or email the secretary. There is no fee to join or form a team.

Scoring: The top 3 scores of each team will be averaged to find the team score. The highest team score will win the division. In the event of a tie, the team with the highest individual score will win the tie.

NCDCTA Junior Show Scholarships!

In order to encourage juniors of all levels to take advantage of our state's competitive dressage environment, NCDCTA is pleased to offer scholarships to up to four junior riders (riders 18 and under as of December 31, 2017) at each of its four shows in 2017. Each scholarship will cover the cost of four classes, one stall, and a shared tack stall. This application, due by the show's opening date, will be reviewed by a committee of NCDCTA board members. Applicants do not need to be NCDCTA members. To be eligible, applicants must indicate enthusiasm, thoughtfulness in application, and dedication to competition as part of ongoing education in dressage. All qualified applicants will be put into a pool for each show. Winners will be drawn at random. Winners will be ineligible for others scholarships in that competition year, unless there are fewer new applicants than slots to be filled. Recipients will be responsible for the cost of classes beyond four, as well as the office fee, the USEF drug fee, and any other applicable fees, including but not limited to the USDF/GAIG qualifying fee and non-member fees. Decisions and entry procedures will be announced before the show's closing date.

GO HERE to apply - deadline for Capital Dressage Classic Scholarship Application is April 1, 2017

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