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2017 NMDA Schooling Shows & Clinics



VOLUNTEER!

A great way to acquire volunteer hours for an NMDA Year-End Award or Education Fund "Mini-Grant", hang out with the dressage enthusiasts and have fun! If you have not volunteered before, we are happy to show you how. Contact any schooling show manager or clinic organizer on this page.


DateEvent/LocationManager/Contact personJudge
November 24-26Rachel Saavedra Dressage Clinic
Hell Canyon Farm, Santa Fe, NM
Maureen Mestas pferdfrau@gmail.com or call/text 505-310-1050
November 25-26LCHA Working Equitation Clinic with Amy StarSandy
575-740-0248

November 26Drill Team riding at Journey HorseJayne Stewart
828-450-2037









For a complete list of events, clinics, shows, etc,
go to our Calendar of Events.

Helmets are required while mounted at all NMDA shows and clinics


Click here for
Schooling Show Guidelines
Tips for
horse show newcomers




NMDA hats for sale $18.
Available at schooling shows & other NMDA events or contact John Collins, SKIPANDDCTF@aol.com.




Please note that Show Managers are giving up their free time to schedule and manage the schooling shows. You can make their life easier by following the guidelines below:
  • Please send completed entries by deadline.
  • Entries must include all signatures & a check
  • No entries taken over the phone.
Thank you

NMDA Western Dressage Policy

  • All riders must wear a helmet at NMDA schooling shows and clinics.
  • The Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) tests will be used. These tests can be found on www.USEF.org, OR www.WesternDressageAssociation.org.
  • The USEF (Morgan Div) or WDAA rules (they are the same) will be used. These rules describe the gaits and movements, the tack allowed and not allowed, etc.
  • Western riders may enter Equitation and Suitability classes.