Welcome to the Donida Farm
Donida Farm’s Centerline Dressage Schooling Series provide the opportunity to ride a dressage test in a recognized show setting but with the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of a schooling show. Perfect for riders new to competition or young horses starting their show careers. Classes offered range from Intro Level all the way to Grand Prix, as well as the new 2023 USDF Tests, 2022 USEF Eventing dressage tests and USEF Western dressage tests. You can also compete in Musical Freestyle in front of a judge or ride a practice freestyle test.
BACK THIS YEAR: Six Feet on the Ground. Foundation Tests 1-6 & Progression 1-3 are excellent warm-ups to the ridden dressage tests or for your young, green or no longer riding horses. They will run as the first classes in the Short Court.
Help us celebrate the competitors who are working on their 2023 Goals by joining us as a sponsor. There are so many ways to be a part of this exciting year:
Champion Year End Awards
Fun Nicker Awards
Download the Sponsorship Form:
Centerline Sponsorship Form
Centerline Dressage Series Dates:
More may be added, check back for updated info!
February 11, 2023
March 11, 2023
April 8, 2023
May 6, 2023
June 3, 2023
July 15, 2023
August 12, 2023
September 23, 2023
(Sept Only – w/Jumping & Eventing Combined)
October 14, 2023
November 18, 2023
December 9, 2023
1. Intro Level Test A (short court)
2. Intro Level Test B (short court)
3. Intro Level Test C (short court)
4. USEF Eventing Dressage TOC
5. USEF Western Dressage TOC
6. Training Level Test 1
7. Training Level TOC
8. Training Level Test 3
9. First Level Test 1
10. First Level TOC
11. First Level Test 3
12. Second Level TOC
13. Third Level TOC
14. Fourth Level TOC
15. FEI TOC
16. Musical Freestyle
17. Six Feet on the Ground – Foundation 1 & 2
19. Six Feet on the Ground – Foundation 3 & 4
20. Six Feet on the Ground – Foundation 5 & 6
21. Six Feet on the Ground – Progression 1,2 & 3
Class List for September 23rd Only Add:
101. JUMP – 2’9″
102. JUMP – 2’6″
103. JUMP – 2’3″
104. JUMP – 2 Ft
105. JUMP – Cross Rails
106. *jump”* – Ground Poles
201. Eventing Training A + 2’9″
202. Eventing Novice A + 2’6″
203. Eventing Beginner Novice A + 2’3″
204. USDF Intro A + 2 FT
205. USDF Intro A + Cross Rails
206. USDF Intro A + Ground Poles
Centerline Dressage Schooling Series – October 14, 2023
ONLNE REGISTRATION is now
~ OPEN ~
Thank you for your Enthusiastic Support of our Dressage Shows
IMPORTANT VACCINE POLICY CLARIFICATION
1) We enforce GR844 vaccinations. Proof required with every entry or you can’t come on grounds. It has to be sent a minimum of 48hrs prior to arrival or your entry is scratched/no refund.
2) Negative EIA/Coggins within 12mo required for all out of states entries. No exceptions. No Coggins, can’t come on grounds. Period.
3) Health Certificates required for all out-of-state competitors.
PLEASE EMAIL A COPY OF YOUR CURRENT VACCINE TO SHOW SECRETARY: email@example.com
DRESSAGE RIDE TIMES: TBD
Please verify your tests are what you Signed Up for, Thought You Signed Up for or have previously Requested to Change. Any corrections need to be reported to the SHOW SECRETARY, Jet Parrett at firstname.lastname@example.org . FINAL Ride Times will be sent via Email and posted in the Show Office on Friday. Any Changes (that are not corrections) are subject to a $10.00 Change Fee IF the change is possible. Please note that not all requested changes may not be possible.
– STABLING –
Please remember to leave the stalls as you found them, CLEAN!
Note: All entries must be submitted online. Entries close at 5pm on the Sunday before the show unless the show fills sooner.
ENTRY DEADLINE FOR THE OCTOBER 14, 2023 SHOW: SUNDAY OCTOBER 8, 2023 @ 5:00PM or sooner if show fills!
THIS SHOW IS LIKELY TO SELL OUT FAST!!
Stabling: Stalls will be available after 3pm on the Friday before the show. If you have ANY stabling issues/requests you MUST contact Gwen Blake 360-507-9306 or via Emal: email@example.com . Riders are NOT allowed to make changes to the stabling ie: moving stall labels. We assign stabling for a variety or reasons and any/all changes MUST go through Denise.
About the Show
Classes may be combined, divided or cancelled upon manager’s decision.
WE WILL BE USING THE NEW 2023 USEF DRESSAGE, THE 2022 EVENTING DRESSAGE & WESTERN DRESSAGE TESTS (not all tests have changed)
NEW 2023 USEF DRESSAGE test may be downloaded HERE
2022 USEF Eventing Dressage tests may be downloaded HERE
2022 WDAA Western Dressage tests may be downloaded HERE
2019 NAWD Six Feet on the Ground test may be downloaded HERE
Horses may only have Three (3) rides per day, following USEF rules. Please do not enter your horse in more than 3 classes for this one (1) day show. If your horse is shared, there may be a total of three (3) rides between multiple riders.
Riders may ride more than once in each class. Be sure to indicate which test you are riding in the Test of Choice (TOC) classes. If you do not indicate a test, we will put you in Test 3. Ride times will be posted on here by Wednesday pm.
Prizes: 1-5 place ribbons awarded in each class. Award to first with 3 or more entries in the class.
Warm Up and Schooling: We provide an indoor arena for warm-up in addition to our spacious outdoor rings. Lunging is permitted in designated outdoor lunging areas only.
Ride Times: Preliminary Ride Times will be posted online by Wednesday evening. Finals will be posted in the show office
Riders with Multiple Horses entered in the show will be scheduled with the goal to give you 45 minutes between rides. Please be prepared with your own support to be able to accommodate whatever horse/tack changes you need to make. Riding multiple horses in the same class may not be feasible.
Riding in Multiple Levels: we may not be able to schedule those in order of difficultly so keep in mind that if you intend to use a lower level test as a “warm up” for the next level up’s test, you may wish to consider just riding a second (or third) ride in the same level.
Hors Concours (HC): Riders may opt to ride in front of a judge and receive comments and scores but not be placed in the class. These rides may be out of order to meet time/spacing requirements of the rider who isn’t concerned with the placings or awards. Hors Concours (HC) riders shall wear their number upside down while riding to indicate they are not competing.
Concessions are available on the show grounds.
Stabling: Stalls will be available after 1pm on the Friday before the show. If you have ANY stabling issues/requests you MUST contact Gwen Blake 360-507-9306 or via Emal: firstname.lastname@example.org. Riders are NOT allowed to make changes to the stabling ie: moving stall labels. We assign stabling for a variety or reasons and any/all changes MUST go through Denise.
*No refund of entry fees without a vet or physicians certificate. The only exception would be if the weather forces cancellation or shut down of show. In the event of a show cancellation: Class & stall fees will be automatically refunded. No Roll-Over of fees to any other show.
Show & Stable Manager: Gwen Blake, Phone/Test 360-507-9306 or via Email: email@example.com
Show Secretary: Jeannette Parrett, Phone/Text: 253-951-9218 or via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow any show personnel 24 hours to respond to your inquiries as each of them have duties outside of the farm/show.
1. A signed copy of the Covid Rules Form must be turned in prior to your first class.
2. Anyone under 18 years of age must wear an ASTM/SEI-approved equestrian safety helmet.
3. This is a schooling show, show attire not required. All participants must wear boot with at least 1” heels. No shorts please.
4. Participants must pay for all classes in full prior to the start of the show.
5. The judges’ decisions are final.
6. Grounds for disqualification and expulsion w/o a refund: unsportsmanlike conduct, use of severe bits or training devices, unruly or out-of-control horses, mistreatment of any horse as determined by show staff or judges, or exhibiting a horse that is exhausted, injured, or lame.
7. Any disputes or problems during the show should be brought to the attention of the show manager at the show office.
8. Horses should not be tied to any arena fence, stall, or any place that would constitute a hazard. Horses may not be tied to trailers. Owners will be responsible for any damages
9. Park horse trailers in designated trailer parking area only.
10. Spectator parking in designated area only.
11. Keep fire lanes open at all times.
12. No horses allowed onto facility without being stalled and release signed. Use only your assigned stall. Donida Farm Boarders have the right to use the warm-up areas.
13. No dogs allowed on the show grounds
14. Please lunge in designated areas only.
15. Use manure wagons to dispose of stall manure only. Please clean stall of manure & urine soiled bedding before you leave.
16. Pick up garbage and place in or next to dumpster or cans.
17. A-barn wash-racks for boarder residents only. Public rack outside “C” barn, “D” barn, and “E” barn
18. No stall construction changes allowed. Any damage to stalls will incur a fee.
19. No nails in stall. Tack stalls will be charged $20.00 for nails.
20. No riding on racetrack
21. Scored tests, ribbons & awards will be available on the deck of the large indoor arena when a class is complete. Results will be posted on the large board outside of the show office and results will be announced on the PA generally within one(1) hour of the end of the final ride in each class. Unclaimed tests & ribbons will be held in the show office only until the following show or 30 days from the final show. Please designate someone to pick up your tests & ribbons if you can not stay for results. We do not mail tests or prizes.
ENTRY NOW CLOSED