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Qualifying in 2015

Regional Adult Amateur Competition

Three Regional Adult Amateur Competitions will be held each year.  There will be one in the North, Central and South regions as defined in the CDS Standing Rules.

Required Classes include two divisions:

  Elite Adult Amateurs for riders that have competed in a CDS Championship Show.

  Novice Adult Amateurs  for riders who have never competed in a CDS Championship Show.

  All competitors will ride once at the highest test of the level.

  This competition will feature Basic Level through Intermediare 1 Level classes.  A total of 15 classes will be held in each of the 3 regions, north, central and south.

Eligibility:

  Amateur Riders must be current members of CDS and must have a USEF Amateur Card.  (USEF Amateurs cards are available to anyone without being required to join USEF).

  Championship scores will not count toward qualifying.

  The horse owner must be a current member of CDS.

  Qualification is for an amateur rider and horse combination.

  Qualification period: will be cut-off date to cut-off date.  In 2015, all scores received on or after September 1, 2014 will be qualifying.  Final date to qualify will be close of business 12 calendar days prior to the north and south show dates.  The last day to qualify MUST be prominently advertised by the HOSTING Chapter.

  Amateurs who qualify MAY compete in ONLY ONE Regional Competition, either North-Central-South.

  Qualification scores must be earned at CDS recognized or *** recognized shows and are as follows:

         3 scores from 2 different judges at Introductory C of 65% or higher at Intro C

                         offered at Novice Level only

         3 scores from 2 different judges at Training Level of 60% or higher, any test

         3 scores from 2 different judges at 1st Level of 60% or higher, any test

         3 scores from 2 different judges at 2nd Level of 60% or higher, any test

         3 scores from 2 different judges at 3rd Level of 60% or higher, any test

         3 scores from 2 different judges at 4th Level of 60% or higher, any test

         3 scores from 2 different judges at PSG of 60% or higher

         3 scores from 2 different judges at Int-1 of 60% or higher

Fees: Adult Amateurs who wish to participate in the Regional Chapter Adult Amateur Competition will pay to the Central Office a $25.00 registration fee per horse per level. This fee will be used to purchase awards for the shows, pay for advertising, etc.

  The registration fee can be paid at any time during the show year up to close of business on the last qualifying day for the Regions’ show in which the amateur will compete.

  Scores earned before paying the fee will count provided the payment is received prior to close of business on the last qualifying date for the Region in which the competitor will participate. LAST DAY TO QUALIFY - 12 DAYS BEFORE THE SHOW DATE

ROSES Award neck ribbons will be awarded in three divisions for High Percentage Elite and Novice Rider 50 years of age and older who officially sign-up for the division prior to their RAAC ride. Divisions: Basic through First; Second through Fourth; and FEI.

- JUN 20-21, 2015- Sacramento Valley at Noelting Dressage

- JUL 3-5, 2015 - Gavilan at Gilroy Gaits 

- AUG 20-23, 2015 - LA / SJC at LAEC 

Qualified as of 

* = PAID

INTRO C RAAC


TRAINING LEVEL RAAC

FIRST LEVEL RAAC


SECOND LEVEL RAAC



THIRD LEVEL RAAC

FOURTH LEVEL RAAC

PRIX ST GEORGES RAAC

INTERMEDIARE-1 RAAC

* = PAID FOR

 

JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

CDS Junior Championships 
NORTH ENTRY 2014 PRIZELIST   Junior Championships will be held July 31-Aug  2, 2015 in Northern California at Starr Vaughn Equestrian Center, Elk Grove and August 15-16, 2015 in Southern California at Galway Downs, Temecula, CA. SOUTH ENTRY 2014 PRIZELIST Contacts are NORTH Michele Vaughn 916-869-7942 and SOUTH Regina Antonioli 805-306-1885.
     A horse/rider combination must be a current member, as well as the owners, at the time scores are earned and must achieve the following for qualification at the various levels for the CDS Junior Championships. Qualifying dates run from cut-off date to cut-off date. Juniors and Young Riders may qualify at all levels.

Training Level   3 scores of 62% or better with two different judges
First Level          3 scores of 60% or better with two different judges
Second Level    3 scores of 57% or better with two different judges
Third Level         3 scores of 57% or better with two different judges
Fourth Level       3 scores of 57% or better with two different judges
FEI /JR                3 scores of 57% or better with two different judges
FEI /YR               3 scores of 57% or better with two different judges
Previous Junior Champions and Reserve Championship may not compete at the Junior Championships at the same level with the same horse at Training, or First Level. Prize lists are now online when available: www.california-dressage.org.

2015 CDS JR YR qualifiers
Listed below are the Horse/Rider combinations who have qualified for the CDS Junior Young Rider Championships so far. The scores are up-to-date to....  Scores after that date have not been entered in the computer yet. If your records differ, please send a postcard/email with the dates and scores of your shows.

TRAINING LEVEL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE



FIRST LEVEL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

SECOND LEVEL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

THIRD LEVEL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FOURTH LEVEL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FEI JUNIOR - JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FEI YOUNG RIDER - JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

FEI LEVELS - JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP


CDS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Qualifying for the CDS Championships
The CDS Championship Show will be held September 17-20, 2015. The location will be Murieta Equestrian Center, Rancho Murieta, CA. The CDS Young Horse Futurity will be held in conjunction with the CDS Championship Show. In order to qualify for the CDS Championships you must be a current CDS member. You must be a member in good standing at the time you earn your qualifying scores. Scores must be earned during the current show season at CDS recognized shows. The CDS Central Office automatically records scores earned by members during the current show season at CDS recognized shows. It is recommended that each competitor keep his own yearly show record to verify against CDS records at the end of the show year. The qualifying dates are from September 1, 2014 to September 1, 2015. Three divisions will be offered at the CDS Championship Show: Open and Adult Amateur at Training through Grand Prix and JuniorYoung Rider: Training Level through Prix St Georges. Freestyle classes are open divisions. Open Division: Open to all competitors. Adult Amateur Division: Open to competitors holding an USEF Adult Amateur card or who are 22 years and over of age. Juniors and Young Riders: Open to competitors 21 years of age and under. You need to declare your division at the time you enter the Championship Show. There will be no cross entering of divisions. 2014 CDS USDF PRIZELIST  ENTER ONLINE with HorseShowOffice.

JUDGES for 2015 Championships: TBA.

Rider and Owner must be current CDS members in order for the scores to count. Riders may earn qualifying scores in any test of the level. A horse-rider combination must achieve the following for qualification for the CDS Championship Show:

Training Level Am         5 scores 63% or better 4 different judges,
   Horses must be at least four years of age
Training Level JRYR     5 scores 63% or better 4 different judges,
   Horses must be at least four years of age
Training Level Open     5 scores 65% or better 4 different judges,
   Horses must be at least four years of age
First Level-Am                 5 scores 62% or better 4 different judges
First Level-JRYR            5 scores 62% or better 4 different judges
First Level Open             5 scores 64% or better 4 different judges
Second Level/Am           5 scores 61% or better 4 different judges
Second Level JRYR      5 scores 61% or better 4 different judges
Second Level                  5 scores 63% or better 4 different judges
Third Level/Am               5 scores 60% or better 4 different judges
Third Level JRYR          5 scores 60% or better 4 different judges
Third Level                      5 scores 62% or better 4 different judges
Fourth Level/Am             5 scores 60% or better 4 different judges
Fourth Level JRYR        5 scores 60% or better 4 different judges
Fourth Level                    5 scores 62% or better 4 different judges
PSG/Am                           3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
PSG JRYR                      3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
PSG                                  3 scores 62% or better 2 different judges
Int - 1/ Am                        3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
Int - 1                                3 scores 62% or better 2 different judges
Int - B / Am                       3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges

Int - B                                3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
G P                                    3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
G P / Am                           3 scores 60% or better 2 different judges
Freestyles (1st-GP)        2 scores 62% or better 2 different judges

When two (2) or more judges score a single ride, the combination of judges counts as ONE judge and the average of their scores counts as ONE score.
The top two (2) Horse-Rider combinations that have competed in the Horse of the Year CDS Championships Competition at Training and Level I are NO LONGER ELIGIBLE to compete at those levels for CDS awards. Freestyles excepted. They may, however, compete for USEF and USDF awards at those levels.

Scores earned from Intermediaire 2 will count toward qualifying but the test used at Championship will be the Intermediaire B test.

2015 CDS Championship qualifiers
Listed below are the Horse/Rider combinations that have qualified for CDS Championships so far. The scores are up-to-date to... . Scores after that date have not been entered in the computer yet. If your records differ, please send a postcard/email with the dates and scores of your shows.

TRAINING LEVEL AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

TRAINING LEVEL OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

TRAINING LEVEL JR YRCDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE


FIRST LEVEL AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE



FIRST LEVEL OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE


FIRST LEVEL JR YR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

SECOND LEVEL AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

 


SECOND LEVEL OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

SECOND LEVEL JR YR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

THIRD LEVEL AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

THIRD LEVEL OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

THIRD LEVEL JR YR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FOURTH LEVEL AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FOURTH LEVEL OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FOURTH LEVEL JR YR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

PRIX ST GEORGE AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE



PRIX ST GEORGE OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE


PRIX ST GEORGE JR YR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

INTERMEDIARE 1 AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

INTERMEDIARE 1 OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE



INTERMEDIARE B AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

INTERMEDIARE B OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

GRAND PRIX AMATEUR CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

GRAND PRIX OPEN CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FREESTYLE CDS CHAMPIONSHIP
Rider / HORSE

FIRST LEVEL FREESTYLE OPEN


SECOND LEVEL FREESTYLE OPEN

THIRD LEVEL FREESTYLE OPEN

FOURTH LEVEL FREESTYLE OPEN

INTEMEDIARE FREESTYLE OPEN

GP FREESTYLE OPEN

Qualifying for the USDF Regional Finals
see USDF.org

 

 
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