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Prize List

The 2014 Prize List is now available online.

Dressage at Devon Announces Line-Up for Dressage with the Experts

Since 1978 more and more spectators, riders and trainers have enjoyed Dressage with the Experts.

This year an over-ear style personal receiver allows you to follow all the commentary of some of the foremost experts in the world of dressage. Listen as they comment and give personal opinion and insight into the horse and rider during their performances. For only $35 (pre-ordered) or $40 on the day of the show, you get a behind the scenes perspective exclusive only to those with a radio.

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Prize List Now Available for 2014 Dressage at Devon

Dressage at Devon announced that the Official 2014 Prize List is now available. Opening date is June 28, 2014. Closing date for the breed division is August 25. Closing date for the performance division is September 2, 2014.

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Save the Dates!

The dates are set. Prize lists are in the works. Volunteer schedules are being prepared. And menus and parties are being planned. Top level riders (and their horses) have blocked the dates. It’s a lot of work and a lot of fun as preparations for Dressage at Devon 2014 go into full gear.

This year’s event – now in its 39th year - will take place September 23-28, 2014 at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair Grounds in Devon, PA. The six day show features the largest open breed show in the country (check to make sure if there’s a class for your favorite) plus three days of expert performances.

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Horses and Haberdashery Make a Winning Impression at Dressage at Devon

The sun shone down on record crowds today at Dressage at Devon as spectators and dressage enthusiasts enjoyed whimsical hats, fabulous fare, exciting exhibition riding and fierce competitive rides.

Winning Hats Feature Feathers and Flowers

Friday afternoon brought the annual Ladies’ Hat Contest sponsored by Dark Horse Chocolates and The Engraver. After entrants displayed their haberdashery in the Dixon Oval, Jennifer Reed, a radio personality from 92.5 WXTU/Philadelphia, announced the three winners.

Tiffany Arey, of Collegeville, Pennsylvania has dominated the ‘Prettiest Hat’ category for the last three years. After working on her hat for the last month, she once again walked away with the award. Her hat was double brimmed with ivory sinamay straw and trimmed in black and white. She decorated it with homemade black and ivory flowers and butterflies made of feathers, and finished it with a black veil. Tiffany had ordered a dress especially for the occasion that complemented the hat. When it did not arrive in time, she had to scramble to put together a new outfit-- a white suit, black bag, and black shoes and stockings. With the help of a Dressage at Devon vendor, she named the hat and overall look ‘split decision.’

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