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Calling All Kids! Dressage Explorers Program Expands : More Fun and Education For Kids 5-12 Dressage at Devon – Sunday Sept 29

The annual Dressage Explorers program will take place Sunday, September 29. It’s a full (and fun) day with activities specially designed for horse show kids. (please note: all times are approximate and will depend on the show schedule.)

Join us for:

  • 9:30-11 –Looking for a pet? Meet the dogs up for adoption from the PAPCA Rescue and All4Paws rescue.

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Dressage at Devon Updates: Education, Silent Auction, and More!

Dressage at Devon has added educational sessions as well as new events to the already full schedule.

Saturday Morning in the Pub

At 10:30, Lisa Schmidt, creator of Adult Amateur Dressage Access (www.aadressageaccess.com) returns to facilitate a discussion targeted to Adult Amateurs. She will be there to answer questions and present the challenges faced by adult amateurs in the current - and future - dressage environment.

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Dressage at Devon 2019 Announces Dressage with the Experts Line-Up

Dressage at Devon has announced the 2019 Dressage With the Experts line up.

This year, the expert line-up includes:

Sandy Osborn
Sandy Osborn is a USEF "S" judge, as well as a USDF Gold and Silver Medalist, who has been actively involved in dressage, beginning in the NEDA region since 1980. She began her dressage career while a student at the University of Massachusetts under the instruction of Linda Jaskiel Brown and Sarah Geikie. After graduating she worked for Kathy Connelly who helped her get started in the "r" judges program and was influential in helping her start her early days of freelancing in the Concord, Massachusetts area.

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Dressage at Devon Announces Breed and Performance Judges for 2019

Dianne Boyd, Dressage at Devon Show Manager, announces the line-up for judges at the 2019 show.

Breed Division
Jayne Ayers (DSHB-R-WI) Jayne Ayers has been an FEI “I” dressage judge for more than 10 years, and has been judging dressage for the US Equestrian Federation for almost 30 years. She has been a long-time member of the Dressage Committee, where she has served on sub-committees for Freestyle, Juniors, Young Horses, Rules, Test Writing, and Sport Horse Breeding.

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Your Next Champion, Easier Scheduling, Ponies in the Dixon and the Parade of Breeds is Back!

Dressage at Devon  is well-known for attracting top performers to the famed Dixon Oval. But the first three days of the show features the largest open breed show in the world, attracting many top breeders, of all sizes.

Scheduling
Tuesday To make the schedule easier on competitors, the Individual Breed classes (IBC) will be held on Tuesday, Sept 24, to facilitate a more relaxed time schedule and increase the safety of horses and riders. There's still time to sponsor your favorite breed or to sponsor the Parade of Breeds!

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George Williams and Nancy Williams Join the Dressage at Devon Board of Directors

George Williams, one of the longest serving Presidents of the United States Dressage Federation and Nancy Williams, an attorney with a special interest in equine activities have joined the Dressage at Devon Board of Directors.

“We are thrilled to have George and Nancy on our Board,” said Robbie Kankus, Chair of the Board. “George’s national and international fame are well-deserved. And we welcome Nancy’s experience in the law and specifically equine and real estate law. With their input, the 2019 Dressage at Devon will be bigger and better than ever!”

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Anne Gribbons Joins the Board of Directors of Dressage at Devon

Anne Gribbons has joined the Board of Directors of Dressage at Devon (DAD), announced Lori Kaminski, DAD President.

“Dressage at Devon is an historic show with strong traditions,” said Anne Gribbons. “Riding down the centerline at Devon is a wonderful memory for many top riders and a dream to those working their way up the levels. I look forward to being a part of it.”

“We are so happy to welcome Anne Gribbons to our Board,” said Robbie Kankus, Chair of the Board. “Anne is not only a top rider and breeder, she is active in the dressage industry and very generous with her time. Her insights will be invaluable and we are looking forward to working with her.”

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