The dressage education committee focuses on the continuing education for the sport of Dressage. The committee organizes an annual symposium featuring nationally/internationally recognized clinicians, puts on and supports local clinic, and provides information on applying for scholarships for NCDCTA members. Past symposium clinicians have included Linda Zang, Kathy Connelly, Michael Poulin, JJ Tate and Chris Hickey.
Movin’ On Up (Through the Levels)
an NCDCTA sponsored symposium featuring
May 21 and 22, 2017
Siler City, NC
Jeremy Steinberg, based out of Del Mar CA, was the USEF National Dressage Youth Coach from 2010-2014 and was a co-presenter at the 2011 Adequan/USDF National Dressage Symposium. He has trained many horses to Grand Prix and won numerous Regional Championships from Training Level to Grand Prix, competed in the National Championships, and in the US League Final for the World Cup. Jeremy shares his knowledge and philosophy in numerous articles. He was a Between the Rounds Columnist for The Chronical of the Horse, and has written articles for USDF Connection and Dressage Today. He is in high demand as a clinician, averaging about 48 clinics/year. We are very fortunate to have Jeremy as our 2017 Symposium clinician.
For more information about Jeremy and to read some of his articles, visit his website at: http://www.steinbergdressage.com/dressage/
Dr. John Latz MD
Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management
Dressage 4Kids' TEAM Clinic with
Lendon Gray EDAP Clinic
For Young Dressage riders (21 and under)
Saturday, June 10th - Sunday, June 11th
Edelweiss Farm in Raleigh, North Carolina
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 randomly selected. 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 other 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. Within a reasonable time after the show each scholarship recipient is expected to submit a short article and photo of their experience for the newsletter.
NCDCTA 2017 Shows:
NCDCTA Capital Dressage Classic
June2-4 - Raleigh, NC
o Application Deadline - Opening Date: April 1, 2017
o Entries Received by - Closing Date: May 12, 2017
o Show Website