Mon, Jun 12|
Online Show Day Submission Date
Online Dressage International Show (1 of 6)
Train. Compete. Achieve.
Time & Location
Jun 12, 12:10 PM PDT
Online Show Day Submission Date
About the event
Our first show of the Summer league: simply check out our schedule on the 'Shows' page, choose your classes, purchase your entry and get practising. We will be using Online Dressage International Test Series A. Click this link: ODI Test Series A.
Check out our website to find out how to upload your video and if you have any questions at all, please just ask! Videos must be uploaded by midnight Monday June the 12th, with our show day releasing your results on the following Monday. Rules below.
You do not need to be part of the league to compete. You can enter shows at any time.
To be eligible for league prizes, the same horse / rider combination must compete in four out of six shows (one of which has to be the final).
League prizes will be awarded based on a points system.
Prizes will be awarded at the end of the league and these will be determined by the amount of entries in each class.
Entry in the Team league must be purchased separately to individual entries but covers the entire league. Teams of either three or four, with the best three results to count. Team league prizes will be awarded separately, alongside any other league prizes.
2. Tack and Turnout
Tack, bits and spurs must adhere to British Dressage rules (see link below to rule book), with the exception of the Bitless Dressage class and Lead Rein classes.
Your horse may wear boots but does not have to be plaited. Rider does not have to wear competition clothing unless desired. Hard hats and proper footwear and essential.
British Dressage Rules Handbook
Your arena should be 20 metres by 40 metres for short arena or 20 x 60 metres for long arena tests. Check out our blog on how to mark out your arena correctly. You are more than welcome to mark out your arena in your field or other surface and can use poles, cones, buckets to denote dressage letters and corners.
The judge's decision is final. If there is an issue with your scoring, please alert us within 24 hours of receiving your test sheet.
Results will be published on our Facebook page and on this website.
5. Videoing Your Test
Whoever is videoing must stand at the letter C or the test will be invalidated. Message us if you need advice. A smart phone is absolutely fine but it is your responsibility to make sure that horse and rider are visible at all points of the test. Video in landscape please. The sound must be turned on and the date of videoing must be stated at the start of the video. Please also state the name of the rider, horse and the test being ridden at the start of the video.
For the Freestyle to music class, music must be played live as the rider performs their test.
Videos are to be uploaded to YouTube. If you do not have access to YouTube, please message us and we can work out an alternative.
Please see our blog posts for tips on how to best video your test.
6. Class Restrictions
If you have scored over 65% three times in the Newcomers league, you must move into the Proficient league.
Horse and rider combinations may compete in two adjacent level classes, but cannot compete in classes two or more levels apart.
7. Refusal of Entry
Online Dressage International reserve the right to refuse entry, without any explanation.